Yoshitaka Amano is famous for his Final Fantasy art. Nobuo Uematsu is famous for his Final Fantasy music. The two are back working together on a new game, only instead of it being a JRPG, it’s an “an esports-driven mobile title”.
The folks over at HearthSim came up with a way to bypass the 10-card hand limit in Hearthstone, and eventually end up holding 12 cards.
Crashlands is a new Steam action role-playing game that has me hooked. That’s a problem, because I can play it pretty much anywhere.
Mobile games should all implement Neko Atsume’s criteria: full of adorable cats you can buy toys for—for their entertainment and yours. But just like real life, not all things can be purrfect. Not even my new-found furry mobile friends. That’s why ranking all 49 of them—from worst to best—seems a logical thing to do.
Pocket Mortys is a shameless rip-off of Pokémon —but that’s exactly what makes it so good, too.
BlinQ is a dating app that has developed a new feature recently. With the help of an AI developed by the University of Zürich, the app now can rank photos by attractiveness on a six-point scale.
Hearthstone player Jeppz completed a heroic task by running around Azeroth and locating all the characters featured on the rarest Hearthstone cards. It’s a pretty neat gallery for those who aren’t familiar with both games.
It’s not a Blizzard game without all the hidden things, and Hearthstone’s third adventure is no exception.
The PSP classic Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories is now available on iOS and also coming soon to Android and even Amazon devices, Rockstar announced today.
Using only speech recognition software instead of a mouse for Hearthstone? What could go wrong?
Pokémon Go will be a game where people have to travel to real-world locations and interact with others to capture Pokémon. This raises the obvious question where the very rare ones will be.
Is this practical? No. But screw practical.
Ever wanted to play some of Japan’s most popular mobile games on your computer? Well, me too. So let me walk you through how to do it.
The Steam mobile app just got a major update. Primarily, it adds new Steam Guard functionality and the ability to take care of Steam market transactions while on the go. It is, however, still kinda clunky in places. Oh well, progress! Can we get in-home streaming to our phones next?
South Korea’s mandatory military service is a tough one. The length of service is around 21 months, applies to males between 18 and 35, and it’s not a place where games like Hearthstone are allowed. Except if you’re a dedicated fan like these soldiers who, unable to play the real game, made their own version.
Fate/Grand Order is an RPG for Android and iOS platforms which lets players take on the role of a fledgling master on a quest to save time and space. It’s great fun, but with a few prerequisites.
Holy moly. There are a TON of hilariously bad if not somewhat broken GTA clones on mobile.
One of the coolest things at Twitch’s very first convention this weekend was a bunch of Hearthstone matches, in front of an audience, between two very laid back CEOs: Blizzard’s Mike Morhaime and Twitch’s Emmett Shear.
Matt Hall is, by almost every definition of the word, ‘successful’. 50 million downloads and $10 million later, Crossy Road is probably his most high profile success, but it’s one of many. Of the seven games Matt has released on iOS, a mind-boggling five have made it to the number one spot.