Disney Infinity 3.0 for Mobile Announced – Finally with Star Wars Playable Characters

Disney Infinity 3.0 was just announced today with iOS and Android listed as a supported platforms. The big deal with this release is the support for Star Wars characters. No word on specifics for mobile yet — we’re hoping that 3.0 is where they open it up and add support for the base and physical characters to mobile (like Skylanders recently did).

More details on Infinity 3.0:

Disney Infinity 3.0 Edition now welcomes Star Wars™ to the ever-growing collection of Marvel, Disney and Disney•Pixar characters, stories and worlds. This fall, Join Forces with some of your favorite characters as you play in their galaxies in story-driven adventures inside Play Sets or create your own universe in the Toy Box! Disney Infinity is the only game franchise where fans can play with Disney, Disney•Pixar, Marvel and Star Wars™ characters together in one experience.

About the game:
• Three Star Wars Play Sets, one set in the timeline of Episodes I-III, the second set during the original trilogy, Episodes IV-VI, and the third available this winter based on Star Wars™: The Force Awakens™
• Additional Play Sets offering distinct gameplay and environments, including a Disney•Pixar Play Set based on the upcoming film Inside Out, and a Marvel Play Set featuring Hulkbuster Iron Man, Ultron, and other Marvel characters
• A fully enhanced Toy Box with two new multiplayer Toy Box Expansion Games, Toy Box Speedway (kart racing) and Toy Box Takeover (action-adventure)
• More figures of fan-favorite characters from across The Walt Disney Company, like Mickey and Minnie, Sam Flynn and Quorra from Tron: Legacy, Mulan and Olaf, among many others

Each of the Star Wars Play Sets offers distinct experiences, with varied gameplay, environments and characters. The Star Wars™: Twilight of the Republic Play Set takes place in the height of the Jedi’s powers, where players will use the Force™ and Lightsabers™ in epic battles and master their combat skills alongside Ahsoka Tano, Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda and Darth Maul. The Star Wars™: Rise Against the Empire Play Set will take players on galaxy-spanning missions with Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia Organa, Han Solo, Chewbacca and Darth Vader, piloting X-wing fighters or the Millennium Falcon to fight stormtroopers, or exploring and partaking in land-based missions on planets like Tatooine, Hoth, and Endor. Additionally, fans will have the unique opportunity to play with all of the Star Wars characters in all of the Star Wars Play Sets.


Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas On Sale for $2.99

Causing massive property damage can be an expensive hobby, so it’s best to do it digitally. It’s even better to pay for the opportunity at a discount. Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas is currently $2.99 USD. That’s down from its usual price of $6.99 USD.

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Mucho Taco is a New Clicker Game from Noodlecake Games

Cinco de Mayo is over, but tacos are forever. Noodlecake Games took advantage of the festivities to announce it’s publishing Mucho Taco, a clicker game that revolves around the southwest’s favorite fast food: Tacos (no idea if that’s the case, just making an assumption here).

From Mexican studio One Simple Idea comes Mucho Taco, a game that finally brings tacos to idle clickers. You’ll be using a golden tortilla to create tacos, starting from one little taco stand, building up to a taco empire.

Via Touch Arcade


Final Fantasy VI On Sale for $7.99

Final Fantasy VI is considered one of the best RPGs of the 16-bit era, if not one of the greatest RPGs of all time. Does this mean you should take advantage of its current 50% discount? Yes. Yes you should. The game’s price tag is usually $15.99 USD, but it’s currently up for grabs at $7.99 USD.

News via Gamezebo:

Threes! Removed Briefly from Google Play Over 2048 Keyword

There was a brief spurt of drama last night when the creator of the popular math puzzle game Threes!, Asher Vollmer, told Twitter his game had been removed from Google Play. The reason for the removal lies with an imitator, as Gamezebo explains:

2048 was a shameless clone of Sirvo LLC’s Threes!, a game created by Vollmer and Greg Wohlwend. During the brief few weeks that Threes! appeared on iOS but not Android, a mobile version of 2048 appeared on Google Play as a free download. This essentially obliterated Threes! chances at Android success, and thanks to its open source nature, inspired a litany of clones on both Google Play and the App Store.

Threes! has since re-appeared on Google Play.

Via Gamezebo

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Infinity Blade III On Sale for $2.99

Chair’s critically-acclaimed mobile action game, Infinity Blade III, can be yours for $2.99 USD. That’s a nice drop from its usual price of $6.99 USD.


Monument Valley on sale for $0.99

The best game of 2014 just dropped to $0.99. If for some reason this game hasn’t crossed your path, grab it now.

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Cooped Up Review: Another Fine Bird From Nitrome

Nitrome continues to flash its pretty plumage. Its latest title, Cooped Up, is a climbing game that’s great fun despite its simplicity, according to Pocket Gamer’s review.

It might not be the biggest game that Nitrome has released, but Cooped Up fizzes with a lot of the majesty we’ve come to expect from the dev. It looks stunning, the animations are fantastic, and it’s simple to pick up and play.

Via Pocket Gamer

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Broken Age: Act 2 Walkthrough – Shay’s Story

Sometimes with these retro-style adventure games, the puzzles can be a little tricky (or make virtually no sense whatsoever). Pocket Gamer has your back. Here’s a walkthrough of Shay’s half of Part 2.

Via Pocket Gamer

News via Gamezebo:

Gamezebo’s 7 Best iOS and Android Games of April

The month of April has come to an end, so it’s time to tally up the releases. Here are Gamezebo’s 7 best iOS and Android games of the month. You can read the full article here, with links to reviews and everything.

  • Spirit Lords
  • Tiny Guardians
  • DomiNations
  • Lifeline…
  • Broken Age: Act 2
  • Does Not Commute
  • Implosion – Never Lose Hope

Via Gamezebo

News via VentureBeat:

Vainglory Enters the World of Esports

You read that right: The MOBA Vainglory will soon be an official esport. It’s almost like mobile gaming is becoming a legitimate thing (a drum we’ve been beating since the dawn of the App Store). From VentureBeat:

Developer Super EvilMegacorp has announced a partnership with e-sports organization ESL for the Vainglory Cup Series. Together, the two companies will put together a tournament for Vainglory (read our review), the multiplayer online arena battler for touchscreen devices, that starts May 13 in Europe. The finals take place June 14, and the winning team till get a cash prize as well as Shield tablets from Nvidia. This is Vainglory’s first official e-sports event, and it will go a long way toward proving that competitive gaming, which is expected to generate more than $450 million in revenue by 2017, is viable on tablets and smartphones.

Via VentureBeat

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Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings is Currently Free

From time to time, publisher G5 makes a full game from its vast library free for a limited time. Right now that honor goes to Lost Souls: Enchanted Paintings. It’s a mystery/hidden object game that may not be totally distinct from many other G5 games, but sometimes familiarity is just what you’re looking for. Download the iPhone version here and/or the iPad version here.

Reviews via 148Apps:

Microgue Review: Distilled Dungeon Crawling

By all accounts Microgue is a winner of a bite-sized roguelike. 148Apps has chimed in with a glowing review of its own, saying:

The great thing about Microgue is that each playthrough is different as a result of randomized levels, though players improve their ability to make progress by learning how to manipulate enemies and the environment to their advantage. This makes Microgue satisfying as a result of learning rather than a game about accumulating experience or gear.

Via 148Apps

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The Best Star Wars Games on iPhone and iPad

It might be too late for May the fourth, but that’s okay because every day should be Star Wars day. With that in mind, Pocket Gamer has assembled a list of the best Star Wars games on iOS. Enjoy.

Via Pocket Gamer

Reviews via Pocket Gamer:

Basketball Showdown 2015 Review: Shallow but Fun

This flick-based basketball game has you and an opponent flinging as many basketballs into the same hoop as you can within a set amount of time. The player with the most points wins. From Pocket Gamer’s 6 out of 10 review:

Basketball Showdown 2015 is fun and handsome, but at heart it’s no different to any number of Flick Kick-a-likes that have flooded the App Store.

Via Pocket Gamer


iPad Beta Testers Needed for Warhammer 40,000: Armageddon

Are you a Warhammer 40K fanatic? Slitherine might have use for you. The iPad version of Warhammer 40,000: Armageddon needs beta testers. If you’re interested, visit Slitherine’s page for more information. Take heed, you need to sign up for an account with the site before you can get involved with the beta.


Platform Panic Getting New Levels Next Week

Platform Panic, one of Nitrome’s earlier games, is getting a big update on May 14. Keep an eye out for new enemies, new characters, and new levels. If you haven’t experienced the panic first-hand for yourself, now’s a great time to jump in. The game is free to download!


Empires & Allies Review: Rome Wasn’t Built in a Day

Zynga’s take on the Command & Conquer franchise is now on mobile. Gamezebo’s review claims it’s a solid strategy title, but with lots of the waiting around that’s typical of a free-to-play game.

[Empires & Allies’] combination of engaging gameplay and good looks should be a winner, and even if it gets lumped in with other strategy titles in the minds of mobile gamers, at least it should emerge as the first thing people think of when they hear its name. I think Zynga would like that.

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Drop the Chicken is Now Free

Freeze, buddy – and drop the chicken. AppInTheBox’s popular puzzle game, Drop the Chicken, is now free to download. It was previously $0.99.

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Out Now: Grim Fandango Remastered

The Double Fine classic was remastered and rereleased for consoles earlier this year — now it’s out on iOS and Android (Google Play).

One of the most acclaimed adventure games of all time is now back, better than ever. Grim Fandango’s epic story of four years in the life (or death) of Manny Calavera, travel agent to the dead, has been remastered to look, sound, and control even better than when it won GameSpot’s Game of the Year award upon its original launch. Grim Fandango still stands as a classic of the genre, with unforgettable characters and unique combination of film noir and Mexican folklore.


The Ensign Free for Two Days

The Ensign from the same folks that brought us the amazing Dark Room is free for a couple days. It’s different, it’s interesting, it’s very intriguing, and it’s free.

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