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Plague Inc.’s new ‘The Cure’ mode is free until the coronavirus pandemic ends

By coronavirus, covid-19, engadget, gaming, Mobile, mobile gaming, News, plague inc, video games, who, world health organization

Announced back in March, Plague Inc.’s The Cure update is now available on iOS and Android. The new mode reverses the title’s usual gameplay loop in which you design a virus to wipe out the human race. Instead, you’ll need to implement measure…

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‘Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night’ will hit iOS and Android next month

By android, artplay, bloodstained, bloodstained ritual of the night, bloodstainedritualofthenight, engadget, gaming, ios, Mobile, Mobile Games, mobile gaming, mobilegames, mobilegaming, netease, Netease games, neteasegames, News

A couple of weeks after it emerged Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night was bound for mobile devices, NetEase Games and ArtPlay have revealed it’ll be available sometime in December. Pre-registration for the $10 game is now open in North America, Europe…

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‘Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night’ will hit iOS and Android next month

By android, artplay, bloodstained, bloodstained ritual of the night, bloodstainedritualofthenight, engadget, gaming, ios, Mobile, Mobile Games, mobile gaming, mobilegames, mobilegaming, netease, Netease games, neteasegames, News

A couple of weeks after it emerged Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night was bound for mobile devices, NetEase Games and ArtPlay have revealed it’ll be available sometime in December. Pre-registration for the $10 game is now open in North America, Europe…

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‘Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night’ is coming to iOS and Android

By android, artplay, bloodstained, bloodstained ritual of the night, bloodstainedritualofthenight, engadget, gaming, ios, Mobile, mobile gaming, mobilegaming, netease, Netease games, neteasegames

The Castlevania-inspired Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is headed to mobile devices. NetEase Games and ArtPlay are working on iOS and Android versions of the side-scrolling action RPG.The port will include everything from the console versio…

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Huge video game companies are exposing Apple’s iOS hypocrisy

By antitrust, apple, cloud gaming, engadget, Epic Games, epic games store, feature, fortnite, gaming, ios, mobile gaming, monopoly, STADIA, xcloud

Tim Sweeney finally made good on his word. Epic Games is suing Apple over anticompetitive practices, after a calculated act of disobedience forced the App Store to block Fortnite from the iOS platform. On August 13th, Fortnite developers intro…

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iOS game sale offers discounts on ‘Journey,’ ‘Flower’ and ‘Donut Country’

By annapurna interactive, annapurnainteractive, donut country, donutcountry, engadget, engadgetdeals, Florence, flower, games, gaming, gone home, gonehome, gorogoa, ios, journey, Mobile Games, mobile gaming, mobilegames, mobilegaming, News, telling lies, tellinglies, thebuyersguide, video games, videogames

Publisher Annapurna Interactive has been involved with some of the most memorable games of recent years, and you can score several of those titles on the cheap on iOS right now. It’s running a sale in which you can snag some Annapurna games fo…

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OnePlus owners can claim an exclusive ‘Fortnite’ dance emote

By battle royale, battleroyale, emote, engadget, Epic Games, epicgames, fortnite, games, gaming, mobile gaming, mobilegaming, News, oneplus, video games, videogames

Fortnite players who have a OnePlus phone are in for a treat. Starting today and for a limited time, you can snag a free, exclusive Bhangra Boogie dance emote if you have a OnePlus 3 or newer. You’ll have to claim your code from the OnePlus we…

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‘Dead Cells’ is coming to Android on June 3rd

By android, dead cells, deadcells, engadget, gaming, ios, metroidvania, mobile game, mobile gaming, mobilegame, motion twin, motiontwin, News, playdigious, roguelike

Dead Cells at last has an Android release date. It’ll hit the Google Play Store on June 3rd. Publisher Playdigious previously said the port would arrive in the third quarter of this year, so unlike many other games, it’s actually being released ahead…

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‘Gwent: The Witcher Card Game’ finally arrives on Android

By card game, cardgame, cd projekt red, cdprojektred, engadget, games, gaming, google, gwent, Mobile, mobile gaming, mobilegaming, the witcher, thewitcher, video games, videogames

At long last, Gwent: The Witcher Card Game has made its way to Android after it debuted on iOS back in October. The Android release arrived almost a year to the day after CD Projekt Red announced it was working on smartphone versions of the fr…

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Niantic is adding gifting to ‘Harry Potter: Wizards Unite’

By augmented reality, av, engadget, gaming, harry potter, harry potter: wizards unite, mobile gaming, niantic, pokemon go, video games

Taking a page from Pokémon Go, Niantic is adding gifting to Harry Potter: Wizards Unite. The next time you launch the augmented reality game, you’ll be able to find different colored boxes at the game’s inns, fortresses and greenhouses, and th…

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Apple Arcade and Google Play Pass will be totally different stores

By apple, apple arcade, av, engadget, gaming, google, Google Play Pass, Internet, Mobile, mobile gaming, personal computing, personalcomputing, STADIA, Streaming, streaming games, video games

Google and Apple have just begun a public experiment. One that affects the daily lives of millions of people; specifically, anyone who plays mobile games.

Apple launched Arcade on September 19th, charging $5 a month for unlimited access to mo…

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‘Mario Kart Tour’ mobile racing begins at 4AM ET on Android and iOS

By android, apple, engadget, free-to-play, gaming, google, ios, mario kart, mario kart tour, Mobile, mobile gaming, nintendo

We’ve been waiting since January of last year to get a taste of Mario Kart on mobile devices, but it’s almost here. After a few delays, Mario Kart Tour launches today on compatible Android (4.4 or higher) and iOS (10.0 or higher) devices, and many pe…

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Five Nights At Freddy’s will soon terrify you in augmented reality

By android, AR, augmented reality, augmentedreality, av, engadget, five nights at freddys, five nights at freddys ar special delivery, fivenightsatfreddys, gaming, ios, Mobile, mobile gaming, mobilegaming

The Five Nights At Freddy’s franchise shows few signs of slowing down after a virtual reality spinoff arrived earlier this year. Next up is an augmented reality mobile game in which, based on the teaser, it seems the series’ creepy-as-hell animatroni…

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‘Stranger Things 3: The Game’ arrives on iOS and Android

By android, apple, av, bonusxp, engadget, game, gaming, google, ios, mobile gaming, mobilegaming, netflix, stranger things, stranger things 3 the game, strangerthings, strangerthings3thegame

Stranger Things 3: The Game arrived on consoles and PC alongside the third season of Netflix’s hit sci-fi/horror show earlier this summer. Now you can get in on the pixellated fun on iOS and Android too.

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Here’s how multiplayer works in ‘Dr. Mario World’

By av, dr. mario, dr. mario world, engadget, friends, game, gaming, Mobile, mobile game, mobile gaming, multiplayer, nintendo, social media, trailer

Nintendo is set to release its latest mobile game Dr. Mario World on July 10th, and we’re starting to get a better idea of what the game will look like. Today, Nintendo dropped a trailer that reveals how the game’s multiplayer mode will work. It also…

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Valve’s ‘Dota Underlords’ open beta launches on Android, iOS and PC

By android, crossplay, dota 2, dota auto chess, dota underlords, engadget, gaming, ios, Mobile, mobile gaming, pc, personal computing, personalcomputing, steam, valve

Less than a month after it was announced and just a week after being properly revealed, Dota Underlords is available for play. Valve’s take on the popular Dota 2 mod, Dota Auto Chess, is a stategic battle game where players try to dominate the city o…

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Netflix is working on a ‘Stranger Things’ mobile RPG

By android, art, av, e3, e32019, engadget, gaming, ios, mobile game, mobile gaming, mobilegame, mobilegaming, netflix, next games, nextgames, rpg, stranger things, strangerthings

Netflix made it clear last month when it announced its E3 panel that its gaming ambitions extend beyond Stranger Things 3: The Game (and the Dark Crystal tie-in that was revealed this week). At the panel, it revealed what’s next: more Stranger Things…

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Tencent launches new games including official Game of Thrones mobile game

By Daily Briefing, Heavy Hitters, mobile gaming, On the Cusp, technode, Tencent

又一款大作!腾讯今天推出一款《权利的游戏》正版手游 – Tencent Tech What happened: The mobile game affiliate of Tencent announced the launch of 20 new games yesterday, including the debut of the official Game of Thrones with Tencent as a publisher. The company says, to exp…

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81% of WeChat users playing Mini-Games in 2018

By chinainternetwatch, ciw premium, mobile apps, mobile gaming, technology, Tencent, WeChat

81% of WeChat Mini-Programs users have played Mini-Games. As mini-game “Jump”(Tiaoyitiao) was receiving huge popularity at the end of 2017, Wechat started Mini-Games internal testing as of March 2018 and continued to attract users with several faddish Mini-Games represented by pinball games. Of the top 100 Mini-Programs, gaming took the largest share of 40% in […]

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