Glu has made a few movie-tie in games in their day, and occasionally they even produce something new. Sarcasm aside, a Mission Impossible Rogue Nation game was a given with the new movie set to roll out, and Glu has just released it onto the App Stores.
The fickle fowl we know as the Angry Birds have made quite the name for themselves since they first splashed onto the scene. Angry Birds 2 is a game many of us expected ages ago, but it just never happened. Well, you can turn that frown upside down, as Angry Birds 2 is set to debut later this month.
There are thousands of PC games folks would love to see ported over to mobiles, and Don’t Starve is one of them. Well, it was one of them as Don’t Starve: Pocket Edition actually exists and it’s just landed for the iPad.
Unless you live in a prehistoric cave, you probably know about the new Jurassic Park flick. The mobile game wasn’t so hot, but Bad Dinos more than makes up for that. Insomniac Games has brought their stone aged game to Android, and it’s one of the more addictive TD games you’re likely to play this year.
There is no shortage of Sonic the Hedgehog games in the App Stores, and this week we got a new one in the form of Sonic Runners. It’s a game that’s been in soft-launch mode for a while, and now that we’ve spent some time with it, we’ve chosen Sonic Runners as our top mobile game of the week.
Baseball season has been underway since April, but one game has been missing from the Play Store. R.B.I. Baseball 2015 for Android didn’t arrive alongside its iOS counterpart, but we’re pleased to announced that has changed as you can now pick it up for $4.99.
If you own a mobile device, there’s a good chance you’ve played Angry Birds in some form. Angry Birds Fight! is the latest game from the company, and it is definitely not most of their fans expected. It’s a new Match-3 game involving everyone’s favorite feathered friends, and as the title implies, there is battling involved.
Last week, we told you about the return of Agent 47 on mobile devices with the Hitman: Sniper Android and iOS release. After spending the weekend taking out targets from afar, we’re back with our Hitman: Sniper review.
If you’ve owned a mobile device in the past few years and dig pixely games, you probably came across 10000000. You Must Build a Boat is the long-awaited sequel to that game, and it’s something gamers across the globe have been waiting to get their hands on.
Square Enix impressed gamers and critics alike when they brought the Hitman franchise to mobiles with Hitman GO. They promised to follow that up with Hitman Sniper, and today they’ve made good on that promise with the Hitman: Sniper release for Android and iOS.