Posts byNadia Oxford
Out Now: The Walking Dead: Road to Survival
The Walking Dead and zombies belong together. Like axes, and … zombies. Check out this adventure / RPG.
Brought to you by Robert Kirkman, creator of The Walking Dead.
Are you ready to take over Woodbury and put an end to The Governor’s tyranny?
Before you stands the perceived safe haven of Woodbury. Little do you know a madman will rise to governing power, pitting people against each other in ways that make you question humanity. A small group of rebels will fight for their lives to break free from the tyranny – will you be brave enough to fight with them?
A thrilling, mature adventure constantly toeing the line between life and the undead, Walking Dead: Road to Survival is the definitive Walking Dead role-playing game experience. Based on an all-new story from award winning Walking Dead writer Jay Bonansinga, the dark aesthetic of this game reflects the uncompromising decisions you will need to make as you fight for survival.
Posted August 27, 2015 by Nadia Oxford
Virtual City 2: Paradise Resort is Currently Free
Want a free tropical vacation? Sure you do. Just one catch: This tropical paradise is on your phone. Still, Virtual City 2: Paradise Resort currently costs nothing, whereas it usually costs $2.99 USD. Virtual or not, that’s a good deal.
Posted August 26, 2015 by Nadia Oxford
Konami Will Be Pulling Many Of its Games From the App Store
Brace yourselves: A Konami mobile game cull is coming. It might be temporary, but nothing’s set in stone.
While most developers and publishers are pretty good about updating their big releases, it’s inevitable for swaths of games to get pulled after an iOS update causes them to stop working, never to be seen again. If we’re lucky, the publishers let us know ahead of time what’s going to get pulled, so that we can make our peace with the fact that they’re still in our backlogged piles, waiting to be played. Well, the first big pull announcement is here, and it belongs to none other than Konami, who made (and apologized for) statements recently about putting greater support behind mobile.
Posted August 26, 2015 via Touch Arcade
FBI Gets Involved With Alleged Theft of Machine Zone's Trade Secrets
Free-to-play is serious business. An employee of Machine Zone, the developers behind the highly successful free mobile title Game of War: Fire Age was arrested for alleged theft of trade secrets.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Jing Zeng, who worked as the firm’s director of global infrastructure, was intercepted by FBI agents as he tried to board a plane to Beijing. A federal criminal complaint alleges that Zeng was trying to make off with information on the behavior of the game’s millions of users, stolen from one of Machine Zone’s internal databases.
Posted August 26, 2015 via The Verge