Disney has purchased Lucasfilm, whether you learned that through news outlets or Facebook friends who are complaining that Disney will ruin the Star Wars franchise (it isn't going to, so stop worrying). While we're sure that Disney is going put the Star Wars IP to good use, the company isn't looking to make many more Star Wars console games. Instead, Disney CEO Robert Iger says the company will probably focus on Star Wars mobile and social titles moving forward.
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Rovio took famous clips from the movies and inserted its famous birds into them. Some of them were cute, others were silly, but now its time to cut out the funny business and get down to the nitty gritty: it's time for gameplay, baby!
Android, so it's time to bust out those devices and get to saving the world.
Madfinger's hit mobile game game Dead Trigger. The studio announced the incoming update yesterday, giving us a single image as a way of teasing the additions it brings to table.
Gameloft just might have the game for you: Zombiewood, a free-to-play twin-stick shooter that will have you killing zombies, collecting guns, and killing more zombies.
Android version of the game on the Google Play Store today, and while it may not be the quite the same as its big brother on consoles, its release means that you can have NBA 2K13 with you anywhere you go.
Google Play Store has finally arrived. Technically, Jetpack Joyride has been available on Android for a few weeks now through the Amazon App Store. Today, however, the game launched on the Google Play Store, offering its addictive gameplay to millions of Android users for the first time.
Google Play's 25 cent app sale has kicked off, bringing a new round of discounted apps and games with it. We already saw some great deals on day one and day two, and there isn't any lack of them today either. The sale will go on for five days in all, and is a celebration of Google Play recently hitting the 25 billion downloads milestone.
Plants vs. Zombies game, PopCap has announced that a sequel is in the works. Plants vs. Zombies 2 has a release window of "late spring 2013" at the moment, with PopCap not getting any more specific than that. In fact, PopCap's announcement was painfully slim on details, other than the developer noting that players can expect "a bevy of new features, settings, and situations."