News Angry Birds Space

Posted by Cameron Terry on 7th May 2012

How much is that birdie in the window?

It varies depending on whether you want standard or HD and which platform you buy it for, but Rovio has revealed the company made $106.3 million in 2011.

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News N.O.V.A. 3

Posted by Cameron Terry on 1st May 2012

N.O.V.A. 3 announced

Gameloft have announced the latest iteration in their critically acclaimed N.O.V.A. series mobile game with the announcement of N.O.V.A. 3, which is coming soon to Android and iOS.

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News Angry Birds Space

Posted by Cameron Terry on 1st May 2012

Angry Birds Space “fastest growing mobile game”

It took 35 days to reach a staggering 50 million downloads which makes Angry Birds Space the “fastest growing mobile game yet and breaking all our previous records” according to Rovio.

Angry Birds Space is currently available on Android, iOS, Mac and PC.  The first (of many, if previous versions are anything to go by!) update was released recently bringing 10 new levels to the Android and iOS versions of the game.

News Super Meat Boy iOS

Posted by Cameron Terry on 2nd April 2012

Super Meat Boy coming to Android and iOS

Already available on Mac, PC and Xbox 360 but Team Meat will be bringing the addictive game Super Meat Boy to Android and iOS.

But more than that, Team Meat has pledged that the game will not be “a shitty port of an existing game”.

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News L.A. Noire cover

Posted by Cameron Terry on 21st March 2012

L.A. Noire goes mobile with OnLive

Rockstar Games have built a new touch-enabled version of L.A. Noire which is now available exclusively through OnLive and is compatible with OnLive’s Android App.

So now not only can you enjoy the streaming experience from the comforts of your PC or TV, but now be able to continue the experience on your mobile.

L.A. Noire is now one of 25 titles with support for the OnLive Android App with Darksiders, Dirt 3 and Lego Batman being notable others.

Source: Games Radar

News Battleheart

Posted by Cameron Terry on 11th March 2012

Mika Mobile to stop Android development

Makers of popular mobile game Battleheart, Mika Mobile, have published a post of their blog detailing their future on Google’s Android OS and have announced that they will no longer develop for their platform.

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News Nvidia Tegra with Android mascot

Posted by Cameron Terry on 7th March 2012

Nvidia joins the Linux Foundation

GPU chip maker Nvidia has joined the Linux Foundation according to a press release from the organisation.

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News Fibble Flick n Roll

Posted by Cameron Terry on 5th March 2012

Crytek “flicking ‘n’ rolling” onto mobile

Frankfurt game developer Crytek have announced their first foray into the mobile gaming space with the colourful Fibble – Flick ‘n’ Roll, due out in Spring 2012 for Android and iOS.

Described as a “highly engaging puzzle game combines strategy with physics based interactions with vivid and highly detailed visuals”.  Crytek is apparently aiming to surprise people with a whole new style of game and there is no doubt that it’s a far cry (no pun intended!) from their blockbuster Crysis series.

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News Skeleton Key level

Posted by Cameron Terry on 29th February 2012

Insurgent Games makes all games free, open source

Makers of Cryptose and Skeleton Key, Insurgent Games, have not only released all their games for free on Android Market and iTunes, but have also open sourced the code on Github.

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News HTC One X promo shot

Posted by Cameron Terry on 28th February 2012

Nvidia powers the new HTC One X

Taiwanese mobile manufacturer HTC have announced their forthcoming HTC One X phone at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.

As well as being bundled with latest and greatest Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich), the phone will be powered by Nvidia’s Tegra 3 processor.

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