Just a month after the release of Pokémon Go, creator Niantic found itself in a class-action lawsuit from upset property owners. Now, the case is reaching a close as Niantic agrees to a settlement offered by the plaintiffs.
Nintendo is bringing the medically-trained version of their famous mascot to phones. Dr. Mario World, the newest entry in the series of virus-busting video games, is releasing early summer on Android and iOS.
Wizards of the Coast has plans to release a companion app for their popular trading card game, Magic: The Gathering. The app will be coming soon!
Listen up Elder Scrolls fans, Bethesda announced at E3 a brand-new TES experience. Elder Scrolls Blades will be a massive first-person RPG to be released on mobile phones. The graphics alone on this new game are console quality. If that doesn’t catch your attention, this unique story of The Elder Scrolls saga can be played both in landscape and portrait mode. So, for all those boring meetings, you...[Read More]
Last night during E3, Bethesda announced that the mobile game Fallout Shelter is hitting not only the PlayStation 4 but the Nintendo Switch last night. This brings the mobile game to all consoles.
Command and Conquer: Rivals will be arriving to iOS and Android mobile devices. EA announced the new game during the E3-adjacent EA Play press release.
Get ready to survive in the wild, fighting against nature and dinosaurs in your mobile devices as Ark: Survival Evolved will be making its way to mobile platforms on June 14th, 2018, as you’ll find out in this article.
The vast majority of World War II games are focused the adrenaline and glory in warfare (whether or not warfare is truly glorious). However, a new game for mobile devices, My Child Lebensborn, is a game focused on the aftermath of the war, and one of its innocent victims.
Within the realm of smart phones we are now able to travel to the amazing world that is Jurassic Park thanks to the new Jurassic World: The Game.
As of today, players will get to soar into the sky with the recent addition of jet-packs into Fortnite. After being teased back in March, the addition was delayed due to some last minutes design issues. Player will gain access to the jet-packs after downloading the 4.2 content update.
Fortnite is heading to Android devices very soon, after being on iOS for a few weeks. This comes in a new update from Epic Games, giving other details on the mobile game port.