mobile gaming

Need for Speed: Most Wanted mobile trailer drops

Console and PC gamers are undoubtedly excited for the reboot of Need for Speed: Most Wanted, but should mobile gamers be? If this new trailer from Electronic Arts is any indication, the answer to that question is "yes." Of course, we're not expecting the mobile version of Most Wanted to be as fully featured as its big brother on consoles and PC, but the trailer still makes a pretty good case for picking it up.

Gameloft’s new game Zombiewood hitting Android this Halloween

We're currently barreling toward Halloween, a holiday celebrated with horror movies, free candy, and - more now than ever - zombies. We don't have any free candy to give out, but are you in the mood for more zombies? If you are, 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.

NBA 2K13 launches on Google Play Store

Can't get enough NBA 2K13? It just launched yesterday on Xbox 360, PS3, and Wii, so you'd be forgiven if you're horribly addicted at the present moment. Luckily for you, 2K Games launched an 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.

Jetpack Joyride finally arrives on Google Play Store

After a year of waiting, the day Jetpack Joyride launches on the 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.

PopCap announces Plants vs. Zombies sequel

Perhaps unsurprising given the immense success of the first 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."

New teaser trailer for The Respawnables lands

If you're in the mood for some lighthearted shooter action (and want it on Android) you need look no further than The Respawnables. Developed by Digital Legends, the third-person class-based shooter seems to have a lot in common with games like Team Fortress 2 and Battlefield Heroes. It has a new teaser trailer as well, so you can see the game in action after the jump.

Humble Indie Bundle 3 for Android launches

The latest iteration of the Humble Indie Bundle has arrived, and once again, its indie game goodness is being offered on Android. As with past bundles, the Humble Indie Bundle for Android 3 (which is a ridiculous name) lets buyers name their own price on a collection of indie games. A customizable portion of your purchase price goes to charity, so not only do you get a handful of excellent indie games on the cheap, but you also get to feel good about giving some money where it's truly needed.

New details on Phosphor Games’ Horn surface

Here are some things you need to know: Phosphor Games Studio has a new game coming to mobile devices, it's called Horn, and it looks awesome. Part Infinity Blade and part Zelda, Horn is built using the Unreal engine, and from the look of the trailer we have posted after the break, it seems that it will be pushing the limits of mobile devices. In other words, get excited.

Gameloft teases next-gen Infinity Blade rival for Android

One of the biggest game developers for mobile, Gameloft, is at it again this afternoon teasing an upcoming game. This isn't just another run-of-the-mill mobile game either. This is their absolute first game to use the highly impressive Unreal Engine for graphics, only on mobile. If you've been waiting for something impressive like Infinity Blade to arrive on Android -- this is it.
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