Today, developer Terrible Toybox — which is notably led by Maniac Mansion creator Ron Gilbert and LucasFilm Games veteran Gary Winnick — released a new trailer for its highly anticipated (at least by fans of the genre) …Read More The post Thimbleweed Park Gets New Trailer Staring Ransome the Clown by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Super Mario Run made its debut on iOS late last year and broke various download records upon its release. Nintendo announced that it would bring the endless runner to Android, but never specified an exact date. Today, Nintendo has revealed when Android users can get their hands on this mobile game. Super Mario Run will make its way to Android in March. This is an interesting release window considering how a little system called the Nintendo Switch will also launch in March. This announcement comes from Nintendo’s Twitter account. You can see that tweet below. #SuperMarioRun will arrive on Android in March. You can pre-register in Google Play to be notified when it launches! https://t.co/u4H9bxVi9R pic.twitter.com/Hd5uzRcYcK — Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) January 19, 2017 Like with the iOS version, users can play the first three levels of Super Mario Run for free. To unlock the full game, players have to plunk down $10. The full game includes the Kingdom Builder feature, Toad Rally, and Friendly Run mode. When Super Mario Run was launched, many were upset by the game’s price. Considering how the most expensive mobile games usually top out at READ FULL STORY AT GEEK!
As promised earlier this month, singer Ariana Grande is now a playable character in Final Fantasy mobile game Brave Exvius. Here’s how to add the bunny-eared performer to your pixel party. Advertisement First off, you have to have a copy of the free-to-play game installed on your iOS or Android device. Just search the store for “Final Fantasy” and look for the distinctive new game icon. Once you have the game installed, you’ll have to play to the point where you unlock the Dimensional Vortex, a special area where players and their parties of Final Fantasy characters can participate in special event battles for fabulous prizes. Look for the Dangerous Woman Tour event. It’s pretty easy to spot. Advertisement Playing through the lowest tier battle for the event is all you need to do to add Dangerous Ariana to your group. The stage features a pulsing heart motif, and Grande’s “Touch It” plays during battle in place of the normal music. Maybe turn your sound down first, or wear some headphones. Once READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Square Enix announced more details about the newest character, celebrity Ariana Grande, to the Final Fantasy Brave Exvius roster, available now for iOS and Android. …Read More The post Celebrity Ariana Grande’s Character Available Now in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
“Chief Puzzle Officer” Now Available for iOS and Android Devices from DuoFun Studios. Build the ultimate MEGACORP and crush rivals companies in this real-time multiplayer puzzle RPG. Press release: Irvine, CA – January 19, 2017 – Matching gems is serious business! DuoFun Studios, a developer and publisher of mobile interactive entertainment, today announced that their real-time multiplayer puzzle RPG, Chief… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
Today, Nintendo announced that its auto-runner mobile Mario game Super Mario Run is set to launch finally on Android sometime in March. …Read More The post Super Mario Run Coming to Android in March by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Nintendo just announced that Super Mario Run, a game which has been out on iOS devices for over a month, will not be out on Android until March. Advertisement I am aware of the difficulties of developing for Android vs iOS, what with all the different specs and screen sizes. I am also aware that Apple was very interested in promoting the game exclusively over the holiday period, with demos in Apple stores, etc. But still. Come on guys. Any Android users wanting to be kept informed of the actual release, you can register for updates on the game’s Google Play Store listing. If it helps, remember that the new Fire Emblem game for mobile devices is coming to Android first. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Alongside Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valenta and other Fire Emblem announcements, Nintendo finally revealed their upcoming mobile game: Fire Emblem Heroes. Announced at Nintendo’s Fire Emblem Direct on January 18, players will assume the role …Read More The post Nintendo Reveals Fire Emblem Heroes for Mobile by Lou Contaldi appeared first on DualShockers.
Arriving on Google Play on February 2 and later on iOS, Fire Emblem: Heroes is a mobile turn-based tactics role-playing game in which players gather an army of iconic characters from across series history. Advertisement It sounds like any number of collectible hero mobile RPGs. Players use orbs won in combat or purchased via in-app transaction to attempt to summon their favorite Fire Emblem characters into their army. Battles are the same grid-based tactical fare we’re used to seeing from Fire Emblem, only a bit more vertical. Many familiar features of the franchise are at play here, including the attribute wheel (sword beats axe beats lance beats sword). One feature that isn’t present is permadeath—characters return to your army when defeated in battle. Check out the Nintendo Direct, embedded below, for more information on Fire Emblem: Heroes, starting around the 10:17 mark. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Abylight Studios presents its new project Qbics Paint. The joy of modeling and painting, wherever you are. Press release: The brilliant artist Michelangelo thought that sculpting master pieces such as David or the Pietà is actually pretty easy: “all I do is chip away everything that is not my statue”, he said. That’s the core idea behind Qbics Paint, the… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
Rovio, developer of the hugely successful Angry Birds franchise, has opened a new game studio in London. …Read More The post Rovio Launches London Based Development Studio by Kenneth Richardson appeared first on DualShockers.
Lukáš Navrátil Games and Headup Games released a launch trailer today for the Wii U and Xbox One versions of Toby: The Secret Mine today. …Read More The post Toby: The Secret Mine Gets a Launch Trailer by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
The upcoming mobile iteration of the popular first-person shooter has officially been cancelled, according to developer Particle City. …Read More The post Titanfall: Frontline Mobile Game Cancelled; Developers Will Refine Concepts “in Future Titanfall Mobile Games” by Ryan Meitzler appeared first on DualShockers.
Remember the mobile collectible card game Titanfall spin-off we told you about back in September? Well, forget it. It’s dead. Titanfall: Frontline is cancelled, it’s closed beta shutting down next week. Why? Seems like it just didn’t have that Titanfall zest. Advertisement Or at least that’s what it sounds like what is being said in the message on the Frontline Facebook page. Somehow Nexon and developer Particle City were having trouble communicating the action-packed feel of Titanfall in a mobile card strategy joint. It happens. It is our goal to create the best Titanfall mobile games that showcase the fast-paced action, mobility and, of course, the power of Titans in this iconic series. We’ve learned an incredible amount in the beta test of Titanfall: Frontline, but in the end felt the experience wasn’t ready to deliver the intense action-packed gameplay synonymous with Titanfall. While it’s never easy to cancel a game, we’re excited to take some of the concepts we saw resonate with players and build off of them in future Titanfall mobile games. Titanfall: Frontline’s closed beta will be winding down in the next READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!