Good news, card game fans. When Hearthstone lands on iPhone (whenever that may be), it will be compatible with the iPad and PC versions. That means it won’t some neutered version of the game, and you’ll be able to compete against people playing on larger devices. The news comes from an interview GameSpot gave to Eric Dodds, one of the lead designers of the game.
“When you start a match on a phone, you could be playing someone on another phone, someone on a tablet, on a PC, who knows? It’s all one big ecosystem,” he said.
Rovio’s Angry Birds are still household names as far as mobile mascots go, but the brand isn’t bringing in the money it used to. AppAdvice’s Brent Dinks looks into the issue further.
While anything Angry Birds-related is still a big hit at my house, I can see how the global phenomenon is fading – just a bit. In the long term, Rovio will need to come up with other popular game franchises to thrive. But with the obsession over freemium titles in the App Store, can the company compete?
Everyone’s (and I mean everyone’s) favorite YouTuber Lonnie is a pretty big fan of Hungry Shark Evolution. He’s just posted his eighth (count ‘em, EIGHTH) Let’s Play video of the game, in which he plays as a ridiculously big and expensive shark and wreaks havoc on all other sea life. Watch and enjoy.
This game puts a unique twist on the bullet hell genre. You play as some sort of god figure, and when you press on the screen, bullets fire at your enemies. The thing is, they can shoot back, so you have to have nimble fingers. Pocket Gamer gave the game 7 out of 10 in their review.
If you’re looking for a sharp and brilliantly well put together arcade shooter with a few new ideas, then this is definitely worth checking out.
Via Pocket Gamer