DeNA has just released Marvel Mighty Heroes, a new 4-player co-op brawler, to the Play Store. This free-to-play game lets you play as your favorite Marvel superheroes in hopes to defeat evil forces trying to take over the world.
This week, we talk about a new Angry Birds game, a Wii-style game on Android, Nintendo and DeNA, Google Play changes, and more Android apps and games news!
In a recent interview, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata assured readers that the development of the company’s new mobile games would be mainly done by Nintendo.
Yesterday Nintendo announced a major milestone in its history: a partnership with mobile game publisher DeNA to use Mario and Company. How can this be good?
Nintendo has announced plans to bring its rich catalog of IP to the mobile world via a partnership with DeNA. The focus will be on new software, not ports.
In this week’s Android Apps Weekly, we talk about a new Transformers game, an app for eSports, Microsoft apps, and more Android apps and games news!
The post apocalypse zombie game has been done. A whole bunch of times and on a variety of consoles. So for a game to come out with that premise and still be considered unique is a treat. Video game... publishers DeNA have announced a new game coming to mobile devices soon called The Drowning, which fits into that unique category.
DeNA’s game is set in a post apocalyptic world haunted b...
DeNA and Square Enix are teaming up to bring us the very first free-to-play Final Fantasy game to be released in English. The upcoming title is called Final Fantasy Airborne Brigade, and is available right now in Japan.
For every game developer that shares its frustration of making money on Android and seemingly shuns the platform, we also hear the success stories of others that prefer Google’s mobile OS over Apple’s iOS, such as Mobage.
Mobile gaming has really been taking off as more and more people buy smartphones. In Japan almost one in three people have signed up to play mobile games. Now mobile gaming giants like GREE are planning an assault on the U.S. market.