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Gameloft releases first Unreal 3 game teaser trailer

by: Andrew GrushAugust 9, 2012

When it comes to mobile gaming, Gameloft is one of the few companies that truly attempts to push the limit and give us more than just casual games meant to entertain us for ten or fifteen minute stretches. In a new teaser video, Gameloft has revealed to us Wild Blood, the very first Unreal 3-based game from the company.

For those who don’t follow gaming engine news, Unreal 3 is the same engine in use for many of the most cutting-edge console games out there today, including Batman: Arkham City and Gears of War. As tablet and phone hardware has advanced in the last few years so have the ambitions and capabilities of the mobile gaming scene, as evident by both this [...]

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Gameloft working on first mobile game based on Unreal engine

by: Chris SmithAugust 3, 2012

Gameloft is one of the important players in the mobile gaming world, having numerous apps available for iOS and Android devices. The latest game coming out of Gameloft’s studios is The Dark Knight Rises, the companion app of the third movie in Christopher Nolan’s modern Batman saga.

But the company will not stop there, as it looks like it’s working on a game based on the Unreal engine. The actual title of this new product is not yet public, and we have no idea when it will arrive, as Gameloft has not made any public announcements at this time.

Instead, the company teased its first mobile game based on the Unreal engine on its Facebook [...]

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Asphalt 7: Heat now available on Google Play

by: Bogdan PetrovanJuly 26, 2012

After a long, long wait, Android gamers can finally rev up their virtual engines in the hottest release of the summer – Asphalt 7: Heat. The latest installment of the hit series developed by GameLoft has been teased for many weeks now and suffered several delays. The game was released on iOS more than a month ago, forcing Android fans to look with envy on the other side.

Asphalt 7: Heat has hit Google Play today and garnered close to 200 reviews already, most of which give it a glowing 5-star review. The app is compatible with Android 2.2 and upwards and goes for an affordable $0.99. My hope is GameLoft will have better success at monetizing the new Asphalt than [...]

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Batman takes his adventure to Android, as The Dark Knight Rises game hits Google Play

by: Bams SadewoJuly 20, 2012

Keen on taking on the role of the caped crusader on your Android device? To coincide with the theatrical release of one of this summer’s most hotly anticipated blockbusters, The Dark Knight Rises, the Android version of the companion game is now available to download from Google Play Store.

As the Dark Knight, you’ll get to roam in the nooks and crooks of the dark and gloomy Gotham City to fight crime and ultimately face your worst nightmare, Bane. Thankfully, Batman never comes unprepared without an arsenal, which range from the Grapnel to the Batarang and more. You’ll also get some help from allies like Lucius Fox, Commissioner Gordon, and perhaps even the catwoman [...]

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Batman The Dark Knight Rises coming to Android on July 20

by: Chris SmithJuly 17, 2012

Fans probably know that the last episode of Christopher Nolan’s epic Batman series is going to hit cinemas in the following days. But it’s worth remembering that The Dark Knight Rises is also coming to Android and iOS devices as a companion game.

Gameloft, with Warner Borthers and DC Comics supervision, has been working on the new Batman title – we have already seen a first teaser trailer – and now we have more details about this title for you. Apparently The Dark Knight Rises game will hit Google Play and the App Store simultaneously on July 20, a day after the movie is released.

We have a brand new trailer to show you for this [...]

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Gameloft’s “The Amazing Spiderman” now available from the Google Play Store

by: Ankit BanerjeeJune 30, 2012

“The Amazing Spiderman”, starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, is releasing all over the world this weekend. I’m guessing you’ll be waiting a while to watch the movie if you haven’t pre-booked tickets yet, for what is one of this summer’s most highly-anticipated blockbusters (till the Dark Knight Rises comes out). If so, you can console yourself by stepping into the shoes (and costume?) of Spiderman, with the official release of “The Amazing Spiderman” mobile game from Gameloft.

Features of the latest release from Gameloft include:

Fight in a fully 3D New York City which you can explore through five distinct [...]
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Asphalt 7: Heat to hit Android on June 25, the official trailer looks sizzling hot (video)

by: AdrianJune 22, 2012

Asphalt 6: Adrenaline is considered by many the best mobile racing game in history, so it wasn’t an easy task for Gameloft to meet the expectations with the next iteration of the series.

By all means and purposes, Asphalt 7: Heat looks better than its predecessor (at least on paper), so we’re unbelievably excited to let you know that there are only four days left until the game will hit Google Play.

Already released in Apple’s App Store (boo!), Asphalt 7: Heat should be up and running for Android devices starting next Monday. The pricing hasn’t been officially confirmed just yet, but we have no reason to think that we will be (furthermore) discriminated, so it’s [...]

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The Amazing Spiderman mobile game trailer revealed

by: Ankit BanerjeeJune 21, 2012

It looks like the increasing popularity of mobile gaming is making waves at Hollywood!

We’ve already seen a mobile game version of the Dark Knight Rises, a must-see summer blockbuster, and the hugely popular Temple Run went down the mainstream path, with a tie-up with Disney, Temple Run: Brave. Movie trailers are so 2010!

Another blockbuster following this trend is the “Amazing Spiderman,” a reboot of the well-known series, starring Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone. Gameloft recently announced that the mobile game would be available on the Google Play Store in time for the release of the movie. Always eager to share, the game maker gave us a [...]

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Asphalt 7: Heat preview – the best Android racing series is speeding towards the finishing line

by: Ankit BanerjeeJune 15, 2012

I’ve said it before – even with high-end devices nowadays featuring quad-core processors and HD displays, it has always been the “simple” games like Angry Birds and Temple Run that have rocketed to the top of the charts on both the Android and iOS platforms. But there is a reason that we all want multi-core processors and high resolution displays, and checking e-mail in HD just isn’t that reason.

It might just be me, but one of the reasons I wanted and bought a device with high end specs is for cutting-edge gaming. While Angry Birds is a lot of fun and I had to force myself to stop playing Temple Run so I could write this piece, it’s [...]

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Gameloft previews a new amazing game, Asphalt 7: Heat

by: Arnold ZafraJune 6, 2012

Among the many mobile game developers, Gameloft is among the most consistent in coming up with games one after another. And mind you, most if not all of those games are not run-of-the-mill but well designed and good looking games. And so it seems that Gameloft is on a roll again preparing a game for Android, namely Asphalt 7.

For those into adrenalin-pumping racing games, I’m pretty sure you’ve played one or two games in the Asphalt series. Asphalt 6 for Android was a big hit and we’re pretty sure, its follow-up entitled Asphalt 7: Heat will surely be a runaway hit as well. Asphalt 7 will take you into the racing circuits in Shanghai, Hawaii, London, [...]

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