[Price: Free with in-app purchases] [Price: Free with in-app purchases] [Price: Free with in-app purchases] [Price: Free with in-app purchases] [Price: Free / $0.99 with in-app purchases] [Price: Free with in-app purchases]Battle.net account which allows you to switch between mobile and PC play without much hassle. Their in-app purchase strategy is a little less irritating as well. [Price: Free with in-app purchases]games like Minecraft which allows for a very modular and customizable experience. Players will be able to build their own creatures and then battle them against other creatures to see who can build the best one. It’s a fun little premise with the only downside being the in-app purchases. [Price: $0.99 with in-app purchases] [Price: Free with in-app purchases] [Price: Free with in-app purchases] Related best app lists: If we missed any of the best games like Pokemon for Android, tell us about them in the comments! To see our complete list of best app lists, click … [Read more...] about 10 best games like Pokemon for Android
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Get ready to finally become the witch or wizard you've always wanted to be. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite is a new augmented reality mobile game created in partnership between Warner Bros. and Niantic — the creators of the hit mobile game Pokémon Go. SEE ALSO: Russia reportedly using 'Pokémon Go' for election meddling is meme gold Not much is known about Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, which was revealed today, but it sounds like it has some similar features to Pokémon Go. Namely, players will have to visit locations in the real world to find different objects and engage with the world. That means uncovering magical artifacts, meeting characters and beasts from the wizarding world, and learning to cast spells. On top of finding and collecting things, a press release from Niantic mentions going on adventures, which could be referring to quest-like activities or group challenges similar to the raids that were added to Pokémon Go this year. How these … [Read more...] about Harry Potter is getting its own AR mobile game from the ‘Pokémon Go’ developers
posted on 04 Jul 2013, 02:14 0 1. xperiaDROID (banned) (Posts: 5629; Member since: 08 Mar 2013) Half an hour is good for me. :P posted on 04 Jul 2013, 02:16 0 2. scriptwriter (Posts: 396; Member since: 13 Nov 2012) Since getting a Nexus 10, i mainly use it for gaming (with a screen that good, would be a shame not to). posted on 04 Jul 2013, 02:18 5 3. GMS85 (Posts: 215; Member since: 26 Sep 2012) 0 Minute posted on 04 Jul 2013, 02:22 3 5. xperiaDROID (banned) (Posts: 5629; Member since: 08 Mar 2013) 1 Nanosecond. posted on 04 Jul 2013, 02:40 4 8. abdane (Posts: 497; Member since: 07 Oct 2011) 1 femtosecond :P 22. juandante (banned) (Posts: 679; Member since: 23 Apr 2013) Playing a game on Lagdroid and touchscreen ? Not even 10^-100 seconds. 29. sorcio46 (Posts: 435; Member since: 27 Jul 2011) Let me guess... WP8 user? :D 32. Shatter (Posts: 2036; Member since: 29 May 2013) Crap selection compared to IOS and Android. posted on … [Read more...] about Comments for : How much time do you spend on mobile gaming each day?
posted on 17 Jan 2014, 17:46 6 1. evarod48 (Posts: 154; Member since: 30 Oct 2012) super mario and mario kart on mobile/tablets... why hasn't this happened sooner?! posted on 17 Jan 2014, 21:37 4 16. joey_sfb (Posts: 6794; Member since: 29 Mar 2012) I want a Nintendo Android phone that play 3DS games. posted on 18 Jan 2014, 06:10 0 19. MrKoles (Posts: 368; Member since: 20 Jan 2013) I would be glad if I could play Pokémon on my S4 but sadly it does not depend only just on Nintendo... posted on 17 Jan 2014, 18:07 7 2. sennarose88 (Posts: 55; Member since: 18 Jun 2009) Just give us Pokemon already, your company will be saved. posted on 18 Jan 2014, 06:23 1 20. reckless562 (banned) (Posts: 1153; Member since: 09 Sep 2013) ssssoooooo true!!! imagine the battles w/out actually having to link up with a damn cable!! posted on 18 Jan 2014, 14:27 1 26. JMartin22 (Posts: 2060; Member since: 30 Apr 2013) What? You haven't needed a cable since … [Read more...] about Comments for : Nintendo “thinking about a new business structure” that might include mobile games
posted on 14 Dec 2013, 00:52 0 1. Jklaz (Posts: 159; Member since: 01 Jul 2013) Is the title supposed to say "replace"? posted on 14 Dec 2013, 01:04 3 3. Scott93274 (Posts: 5786; Member since: 06 Aug 2013) Never say never, all it takes is the right innovation to wow consumers... though up to this point, I have not been a fan of any game on a smartphone. posted on 16 Dec 2013, 08:38 0 15. cezarepc (Posts: 718; Member since: 23 Nov 2012) I'm a fan of Jetpack joyride. Kills time easy when in line at the grocery lol posted on 14 Dec 2013, 01:04 6 2. ocilfa (Posts: 334; Member since: 03 Aug 2012) Sorry, how is this such a special feature? I had no idea that dynamic lighting would be the killer of the traditional handheld. posted on 14 Dec 2013, 01:20 0 4. dratomic (Posts: 483; Member since: 09 Oct 2013) nice one posted on 14 Dec 2013, 01:47 4 5. Shatter (Posts: 2036; Member since: 29 May 2013) 3ds is the best handheld its not the power that … [Read more...] about Comments for : Acquisition by ARM could help upcoming smartphones and tablets replace mobile game consoles
Nintendo’s first officially licensed mobile game will premiere by the end of this year, with four additional titles expected to launch by April of 2017, DeNA West CEO Shintaro Asako confirmed at this week’s Pocket Gamer Connects event in San Francisco.The five games will each be based on different Nintendo properties, and DeNA hopes to explore multiple genres across its initial slate of releases.“We want to make sure out of those five IP that we can end up attracting hundreds of millions of people,” Asako told Pocket Gamer.Asako highlights the differences in how both companies approach game development, and notes that a combination of Nintendo’s and DeNA’s expertise has the potential to “completely change the market.”“Nintendo has by far the best gaming IP,” Asako explained. “DeNA’s expertise is definitely backend.”Asako cites Glu’s Kim Kardashian: Hollywood as a successful mobile release resulting from … [Read more...] about DeNA’s first Nintendo-licensed mobile game will launch this year
A few years ago, mobile gaming used to be dominated by two companies: Nintendo and Sony. Nintendo had its seemingly unstoppable juggernaut of its Nintendo DS handheld, which in turn built on the company’s Game Boy empire. Sony, as always, aimed at the high end with its PlayStation Portable, and while the platform never ignited the way Nintendo’s did, it still garnered fans for the quality of its game play and (occasionally) for its media capabilities.The money was good: consumers were accustomed to paying in the neighborhood of $200 every few years for a mobile gaming device, and around $40 retail for individual game titles.However, these days Nintendo and Sony are finding themselves reduced to also-rans amongst the onslaught of Android and iOS devices: smartphones, portable media players, and tablets. These devices have most of the essential capabilities of portable gaming devices — touch screens, motion sensors, accelerometers, and fast graphics — coupled with … [Read more...] about Can Sony and Nintendo still compete in mobile gaming?
Are you iPhone and Android users out there ready to channel your inner Ash and journey into the world to catch and train some Pokemon? An upcoming mobile game from Nintendo will let you to do just that. Earlier this year, we learned that the perennial video game maker was finally planning to develop games for mobile platforms. On Wednesday, Nintendo shared a video on the official Pokemon YouTube channel announcing Pokemon Go, an upcoming augmented-reality game built by the folks at Niantic, a former Google startup that developed a similar game called Ingress. In the clip, we see various people around New York City using their smartphones to track down digital versions of Pokemon creatures scattered around the metropolis. Like the various Pokemon games Nintendo has developed, users can catch these Pokemon, then train them to grow the creatures' strength and other stats and either trade with or battle other user's Pokemon. Or, users can team with other players around the world to … [Read more...] about Catch Pokemon in real life with Nintendo’s upcoming mobile game
The venerable Sims franchise might seem like it was tailor-made for smartphones, but surprisingly a full version of the popular game has never made it to mobile. While Electronic Arts released the simplified and in-app purchase-heavy Sims FreePlay back in 2011, it seemed like the dream of a real-deal mobile port of the PC game was all but over.Fans of the simulation series will be happy to learn that a mobile version isn’t just in the works, it’s just around the corner. As its name suggests, The Sims Mobile appears to be a touchscreen version of The Sims 4 Legacy Challenge, which was released for Windows and macOS (then OS X) in 2014.The short teaser video shows several of the features players love, including Sim creation, home building, social interaction, and family planning, as well as heirlooms, careers, hobbies, and relationships. According to the EA website, “When your Sims accomplish their career goals and retire, you’ll be rewarded with Heirlooms … [Read more...] about Sim-ply fantastic: EA says a new Sims Mobile game is on its way to iOS and Android
The numbers are finally in and Pokemon GO, which comes at no surprise, is the biggest mobile game in US history. Immediately shooting to the top of all charts within release, it has beat every other game that has been released in 2016 pretty handily. Get the Free Tracker App to find a Luvabella in Stock Within just three days of release, Pokemon Go was able to get more users than Twitter and quickly earned millions of dollars for Niantic. The number is likely to grow as people get new phones and start to spend more money in order to grow Pokemon, get more incense, and buy Pokeballs.There are 21 million daily active users in the US, which means that they have officially surpassed Candy Crush saga. At its current growth rate, it is likely that it will pass Snapchat on Android within a few days. It could also surpass Google Maps as the largest user of Alphabet's mapping data, according to Survey Monkey.While it is too soon to predict that Pokemon Go will be an international … [Read more...] about Pokemon Go Is The Most Popular U.S. Mobile Game Ever