If there’s one mobile game folks have been dying to play in 2014, Hearthstone would be the name coming out of many gamers mouths. The Hearthstone Android release date has just gotten a little closer as the game has just begun a “soft-launch” in several regions around the globe.
The Sim City franchise has been around for as long as most of us can remember, but it’s one of those games that seems like a hard fit for mobiles. EA has been working on a port for quite some time and today it came out of soft-launch mode. SimCity BuildIt for Android and iOS has finally gone global, and it’s an interesting game to say the least.
We often joke about how Android always gets the short end of the stick when it comes to gaming. iOS usually gets the “good stuff” first, and the Android port can come a few days to a year or two after. Well, the Windows platform feels our pain as one of the most popular apps of the past couple of years has finally arrived for Windows Phones. Ready to crush some candy on your Windows handset? Yup, the Candy Crush Saga Windows game has arrived, and it will steal every last ounce of your free time.
If you’re a mobile gamer, you know that new releases start trickling in on Wednesday before raining from the heavens on Thursday. Some weeks are slower than others, but that isn’t the case this week. We’ve already seen a number of big releases, and you can add another to that growing list with the Marvel Contest of Champions game.
Tapping games are bountiful on mobile devices, but all are not created equal. If you want to tap yourself silly, there’s a new Android game you’ll want to check out and it goes by the name of Bitcoin Billionaire. After spending some time on iOS, the game landed on Android yesterday and we’re here with our Bitcoin Billionaire Android Review.
Remember when smartphones used to be something we mainly used to call and text? Those days are long gone, and companies are finding interesting ways to use promotions with mobiles. Target is getting on the bandwagon with the Bullseye’s Playground Game, and if you’re lucky enough you may just get a chance to check out Project Tango.
Last month, Game of Thrones nuts got a nice surprise when we learned the Iron from Ice iOS port was coming to the app store in the very near future. The future is now as Game of Thrones Iron from Ice has just landed on the App Store. It’s just as bleak as you’d expect…
You never quite know what you’re going to get when a top-tier company like Sony drops a mobile game, as that isn’t their area of expertise. Yesterday, the folks on Android got a game that’s loosely tied into another game that recently rolled out on consoles. Ready to take a jog in Run Sackboy! Run! for Android?
If you love FPS games, there’s a good chance you dig Call of Duty… or Battlefield. Mobile gamers have been waiting for the new Call of Duty mobile game to land, and a few days ago, the Call of Duty Heroes release date finally arrived.
Kart racing games are plentiful on the app stores, but good free kart racing games are not easy to come by. Garfield Kart made some friends when it arrived for mobiles, and now a free follow up has touched down for Android and iOS with Garfield Kart Fast & Furry.
Mobile games come in many different forms, and while most of them make great use of the touchscreen, some prefer the sensors that lie under the hood. Tilt 2 Live is one of those games, and Tilt 2 Live Gauntlet’s Revenge for Android has just arrived in the Play Store.