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Review: Pilot Brothers for iOS

Who can rescue a kidnapped elephant from his cruel master? Why the Pilot Brothers, of course!

E3 2012: GamerTell interviews Monkeypaw’s John Greiner and Gaijinworks’ Victor Ireland

E3 is an awesome opportunity for companies to talk about the games they love, the ones they’ve been spending weeks, months and years to prepare. Monkeypaw Games’ CEO John Greiner and Gaijinworks CEO Victor Ireland were both on hand at the show to talk about their latest labor of love, Class of Heroes II for more »

Lunar Hiner’s Retina Arcade: Space Invaders

The cabinet artwork and graphics of Space Invaders for iOS are so faithful to the original that you may find yourself resting quarters on your iPhone to let those behind know you’ve got the next game, too, and they’ll just need to move along to the Crazy Climber machine.

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson tests your punching power in new iOS app

Quinton “Rampage” Jackson knows a job in which you repeatedly take punches to the head isn’t the best career long term. We’ve seen him branch out to acting, portraying B.A. Baracus in the A-Team remake. Now he’s making the rounds selling his own iOS app. Rampage Punch turns your iPhone or Android into a device that tests your raw punching power.

Silent Hill Retrospective: A look back at the franchise set in one creepy town

(Warning: This article contains spoilers.) Silent Hill. A small abandoned ghost town in America covered in a dark ashy fog and shrouded in mystery. Cue the sirens, fade the screen into darkness and unleash the hordes of nightmarish creatures. “Welcome to Silent Hill.” Silent Hill began in 1999, published by Konami for its first release more »

Gameloft is making a free-to-play Men in Black 3 mobile game

The third movie in the Men in Black franchise is set to be released on May 25. In an effort to engage interests across multiple brands, a MIB 3 Android, iOS and feature phone game will be released on the same day. Gameloft is the developer of the MIB 3 game, and will position it more »

Digital Harmony Games’ Dragons vs. Unicorns goes solo

Dragons vs Unicorns flying solo to iOS, android phones and browsers this year.

Minicraft’s in the Android Market

When the 2011 Ludum Dare came up, Mojang’s Markus “Notch” decided he’d try participating and seeing what he could come up with in that period of time. Since the theme this year was “alone,” Notch put together a rudimentary, 2D version of Minecraft called Minicraft. The result was a game with some mild RPG and more »

Cthulhu Saves the World headed to iOS, Android, Mac

Cthulhu Saves the World, the satirical indie RPG that could, is going to invade practically every possible platform. It began as an Xbox Live Arcade Indie game, and did so well that Zeboyd Games did an enhanced rerelease of the game with the help of Kickstarter donations on both XBLA and Windows PCs. Now, a more »

Shenmue is gone again

Another blow has been struck against the Sega series Shenmue. Back in 2010, Ysnet created an online, social networking adventure game inspired by the series for Mobage. People rejoiced even though Shenmue World, also known as Shenmue City, wasn’t exactly the game they wanted. They took to their cell phones to play it through Mobage. more »

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Fruit Ninja: Puss in Boots has launched and it’s free!

Hey, what are you doing over the next 15 hours? If you have a minute free and some kind of Android device, then put aside five minutes o stop at the Amazon App Store. There’s a new Halfbrick game waiting there for you, and if you hurry it won’t cost you anything. It’s time to more »

Gaia Online goes mobile with Monster Galaxy: The Zodiac Islands available now

Gaia Interactive is about to go mobile with its release of Monster G, the mobile spin-off of its Facebook game Monster Galaxy already played by more than 15 million users per month. Since it’s release back in November 2010, Monster Galaxy has become a popular social game on Facebook, reigning as a top 10 game more »