Gamevil's Baseball Superstars 2013 has launched free on Google Play. So much anime baseball goodness.
Gamevil's ever-expanding mobile action RPG series turns five this week, with the release of Zenonia 5: Wheel of Destiny for Android devices. Has it really been five games already?
There is no such thing as a bad game that features a pink-haired girl with kitty ears — even the most hideously unplayable mess is somewhat redeemed by such wondrous presence. Luckily for Gamevil, Arel Wars 2 is pretty damn playable as well.
Halloween is right around the corner, and that means its time for a flood of zombie games to iOS and Android devices. Gamevil, Gameloft and Foursaken Media each sent me info on a different zombie game today, so I've bunched them together into a shambling zombie game horde.
Part kingdom-building sim, part Advance Wars, Gamevil's Kingdom Royale is turn-based RPG battles with a social twist, and it's available for free right now.
Where does a warrior go when the Cartoon Wars end? He grabs his sword and sails across the sea to find new stick figures to kill in Cartoon Wars: Blade.
My favorite little mobile phone action role-playing game is back and better than ever today, as Gamevil unleashes the first fully HD installment of the Zenonia series for iOS devices. Did I mention it's free?
After triumphant releases on the Android platform for the first two games in its retro role-playing series, Gamevil delivers the third and beefiest installment of Zenonia to the Android Market for the low price of completely free.
In 2009 Zenonia changed my idea of what an iPhone role-playing game could be. 2010's Zenonia 2: The Lost Memories further refined the series' winning formula. Now Zenonia 3: The Midgard Story arrives, and it looks to big the biggest Zenonia yet.
A little game called Air Penguin is beating its more widely known avian competition for the top spot in the iTunes paid apps chart these days. Air Penguin's hotter than Tiny Wings and topping Angry Birds.
Zenonia 2: The Lost Memories, sequel to one of the most popular role-playing games on the iPhone, will likely be submitted to Apple for publishing by the end of the week, the developers tell us.
Gamevil's follow-up to the beloved iPhone role-playing game Zenonia brings four new characters, ranged fighters Ekne and Morpice, and melee warriors Daza and Lu. Get to know them in their official bios.
Gamevil is looking to one-up its own success next month with the release of Zenonia 2: The Lost Memories, the sequel to one of the best role-playing games available on the iPhone.
Korean developer Gamevil seeks to pack an epic experience into a tiny space with Zenonia, an action roleplaying game for the iPhone and iPod Touch.