Leslie Scott’s infamous tower-building game Jenga has made its way to Android courtesy of NaturalMotionGames (creators of Backbreaker Football). This anxiety packed puzzler pits users against the evil Dr. Gravity as they attempt to remove lower positioned blocks and reposition them atop an increasingly taller, …
If you are a fan of Gameloft games, you will be happy to hear they just changed their DRM policy. Now what does this mean? Gameloft changing their DRM policy means that you can now re-download already purchased games to a new device. For example, …
As the Android ecosystem continues to grow at exponential rates, developers are continuously working to find new ways to monetize their apps so that they can make a living like normal people. Headcasegames.com announced this morning via a press release a unique monetization idea that …
Listen up bacon lovers! There’s a new app in the Android Market today that will give you all the bacon you can handle. We’re talking hundreds of recipes (Allrecipes.com, Taste of Home, and Everyday with Rachael Ray), random bits of trivia, and of course, games. …
Like all rumors, take this one with a grain of salt. The word is that Google is prepping a game-centric social network for Android. This rumor, first published by PocketGamer, says that the network will be superior to Apple’s Gamer Center for iOS in the …
It’s no secret that Gameloft is against the sales of their incredible collection of 3D games via Google’s Market. However, an interview with Reuters regarding their upcoming distribution plans is sure to have many scratching their heads in confusion. Gameloft has decided to partner with …
In a press release today, Glu Mobile Games has announced that they are putting some of their most popular games up for sale on the Amazon App Store that recently launched. Titles to be put on sale include Diner Dash 2, Call of Duty:Modern Warfare …
Flash game arcade Kongregate has updated their Android app with an improved user interface as well as support for Android 3.0 Honeycomb. I must admit, playing addictive Flash games on a tablet sounds like something I could easily lose hours doing. Now, of course, all …
Qualcomm and Gameloft have announced that the two companies reached an agreement to amplify the gaming experience for a number of successful Gameloft titles. This announcement comes on the heels of today’s NVIDIA Tegra Zone launch. While Tegra Zone merely highlights applications created to benefit …
AndroidZOOM has put together an interesting pdf, which is chockfull of 2010 Android Market statistics and challenges for 2011. The report showcases the vast growth that the Market has seen over the past year including number of apps, submitted, ratio of paid and free apps, and most downloaded apps.
Back in November, we heard that game developer PopCap was working on Android versions of several of its most popular games, aiming to release them in “early 2011.” We now have more information:
Bejeweled 2 will debut this week.
Plants vs. Zombies, Peggle and Chuzzle are on track to release in the second quarter of 2011.
They don’t plan to use OpenFeint at this point, but they are “more likely” to use Facebook Connect.
I’m not sure if Q2 counts as “early,” but it will still be in the first half of the year, so I guess we can say they’re generally on target–and it sounds like they will be worth the wait.
This is a big one. Chinese website IT168 posted a lengthy, rich, and media filled PlayStation Phone preview. The article confirms many of the phone’s specs, and also dives into the software and gives us a good look at the OS.
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