In an announcement today, Mojang has indicated that a large number of long-awaited changes are coming to the console editions of Minecraft, bringing those editions a lot closer to the Java edition.
Capcom has teamed up with those magical people at Gaikai to deliver a 30 minute timed demo of Dead Rising 2 that runs in your Java-enabled web browser. Ain't technology a thing?
Activision may be handling the official movie tie-in games for Transformers: Dark of the Moon as far as consoles and handhelds are concerned, but the iPhone, iPad, and Java/BREW version is all EA Mobile.
Earlier this week I told you about Spiral Knights, the upcoming free-to-play online space dungeon crawler from the creators of Puzzle Pirates. Now watch me play through the game's Training Grounds and, if you're lucky, try it out yourself.
Splatterhouse is getting a bloody, modern remake later this month, but that's a gamble. The classic 1988 arcade Splatterhouse? We all know that's a fantastic game, and now you can play it on your phone.
Namco Bandai continue to shake the last few power pills from Pac-Man's pockets, but the new mobile version of the venerable franchise does come with a cool new feature - multiplayer.
The Java4K 2009 contest will find the best Java game written in 4K in the year of 2009. It's that simple. Oh, wait... you can enter it now in 2008. Crazy!
Now hang on a minute. It doesn't seem like five minutes since some gaggle of market pundits were proclaiming that the iPhone had turned the mobile games market inside out and pointing at developers rolling around in pits of cash like Scrooge McDuck. Well, that's all well and good, but a different gaggle of experts…
Sturgeon's Law states that "Ninety percent of everything is crap". I don't think I am being too controversial by suggesting that if Theodore Sturgeon had ever encountered mobile phone games he would have revised upwards. There are decent games out there, but there is a lot of dross - derivative, badly designed and…
!'ve said it before (although possibly not in public) and I'll say it again - turn-based games are a natural fit for mobile gaming. Any gaming device that you have to slip quickly in your pocket in case you get mugged demands a stable of games that you can take at whatever pace you like. Perilar is a nostalgic nod…