Last year around this time, mobile developer Kabam and Disney released Star Wars: Uprising, a “dull Diablo clone” set between the events of Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens. It’s shutting down in November.
In a season five episode Star Trek: The Next Generation, the Enterprise crew falls under the spell of a dangerously addictive augmented reality game. That same game lies buried within mobile game Star Trek: Timelines, an easter egg so well-hidden only one player has uncovered it, and they don’t even know it yet.
Coming this fall to Android and iOS from Nexon and developer Particle City, Titanfall: Frontline is a strategy trading card game in which massive battles between IMC and Militia forces play out in turn-based fashion. Yes, there are burn cards.
Classic ‘90s cartoon Biker Mice From Mars follows a trio of alien rodents attempting to save the Earth from the evil army that destroyed their home planet. Mobile strategy game Biker Mice: Mars Attacks tells the story of the Plutarkian war on Mars. Weird.
While it may not be as responsive as it was when it debuted on the PlayStation Portable on 2005, Lumines: Puzzle & Music for iOS and Android is every bit as engaging as the original.
After four years of being one of the few Facebook games worth a damn and a fine free-to-play mobile joint, Marvel’s Avengers Alliance and its recently-released sequel will be shutting down at the end of this month, because some part of Disney hates fun.
I’ve been having trouble understanding the world’s fascination with tiny Disney character heads, but now that there’s a game featuring tiny Marvel character heads, it’s a little less trouble. Marvel Tsum Tsum is now out on Android and iOS in North America.
Sometime I just need to dodge some bullets and blow up some spaceships. Lately sometime has been every moment I’ve had alone with my iPhone, thanks to Firi Games’ bite-sized shooter Phoenix II.
In case you were worried about having to walk to capture anything in Pokémon Go, my phone’s been sitting at my desk since I downloaded the game this afternoon, and I’ve done alright.
When it debuted back in 2012, CSR Racing’s bite-sized bouts of drag racing were just the right amount of driving excitement for mobile gamers. CSR Racing 2 keeps the action brief, but gives players a little more control over a lot prettier cars.
Indie fighter Skullgirls is bringing the battle to iOS and Android later this year, with a game that blends fighting game action with RPG mechanics to create something . . . well, just look at it.
Pokemon Go Plus, the Bluetooth accessory that will allow players of Nintendo’s augmented reality mobile game to capture Pokemon without looking at their phones, will be available towards the end of July for $34.99.
Adam Jensen joins Agent 47 and Lara Croft in Square Enix’s mobile lineup when Deus Ex GO arrives on cellphones and tablets this summer.
While the competition bows out of the toys-to-life genre, Skylanders is finding new things for fans to buy. Today’s worldwide launch of Skylanders Battlecast adds physical trading cards to the mix.
As promised, Square Enix RPG Romancing Saga 2 arrives on iOS and Android this week. Never released outside of Japan, the remastered version of the Super Famicom classic will be available on May 26 for $17,99.
Meanwhile in Japan, Nintendo continues its invasion of the mobile phone market with Pokémon Co-Master.
Nintendo announced that their first mobile app, Miitomo, has crossed the 10 million unique user threshold. They’re commemorating the milestone by running a ten-day “Celebrating 10 Million Users!” promotion between April 29 and May 8, the details of which are currently unknown.
Nexon is making a mobile version of Final Fantasy XI with Square Enix. Today, we get our first peek at the title.
Today, Nintendo announced that it’s releasing Animal Crossing and Fire Emblem apps for mobile devices.
After spending several months sitting alone in the bathroom clicking Star Wars themed things on my phone, Galaxy of Heroes gives players the ability to sit together in the bathroom clicking Star Wars themed things, complete with horrible guild names.