Nicki Minaj is as business-savvy as she is musically talented and she’s proved that by launching her own game. Designed by Glu, purveyors of other fine celebrity games like cult favorite Kim Kardashian: Hollywood, Nicki Minaj: The Empire launched on iOS and Android this week and word on the street is that it’s going to be a pretty big success. Here are just a few reasons why you should try it out.
Riding on its unending wave of fame and success, Clash of Clans is getting an animated web series based on its Clash-A-Rama animated shorts.As opposed to the current shorts' 60 second run time, the new and improved Clash-A-Rama will be comprised of "full episodes", although we don't really know how long those could actually be. The show will feature characters old and new on a spate of silly adventures. Unlike some mobile franchises, Clash of Clans' first forays into trans-media looks to be . . . actually good.
Leaked images from a hub for Starbucks employees suggests that a big Pokémon GO event with the coffee giant could begin this very week. The images appeared on Reddit and hint at some exciting new things to come for Niantic's smash hit game.
The event coincides with a potential Pokémon GO update on Thursday. Many suspect that this latest change to the game will finally introduce Generation II Pokémon -- the beasts that were originally catchable in Pokémon Gold and Silver. The leaked image states, "The world of Pokémon GO is about to expand with new Pokémon and a new Starbucks beverage!"
Many Starbucks locations are expected to transform into Pokécenters and gyms, and an exclusive Pokémon GO Frappucino will be available for purchase for thirsty trainers. Starbucks is prepping for an increase in traffic to many of their stores. The employee memo notes that Starbucks baristas should familiarize themselves with the beverage, practice making it, and try it themselves before the event goes live on December 8.
While we can't say for sure if new Pokémon will be roaming around Starbucks locations this Thursday, it does look like Niantic and Starbucks have something exciting up their sleeves, and it could be as good a time as any to take a walk to your local store.
Defend the land of Enneas Continent from the forces of evil in the new fantasy MMORPG from Lyto Mobi: Enneas Saga. Can’t wait? No problem. It’s available to download now on Android devices.
Featuring over 300 dungeons in which to dominate and four mythical elements to master, it’s up to you and a squad of four others to bring balance back to the world of Enneas, whether it’s through exploring the game’s in-depth guild system, fantastical campaign, or dominating the weekly dungeon challenge. A good combination of tank, melee, ranged and healer classes is crucial to achieve victory, so choose carefully.
Enneas Saga offers players the ability to grasp full control of their party, making it easier to master the game’s in-depth moment to moment gameplay system, always remaining fast-paced to keep players on their toes. Over six individual game mode options, a mythical story campaign, and creative monster designs help to immerse you further, with daily and weekly challenges always ensuring there is plenty to see and do.
Those feeling particularly brave can find solace by delving into Enneas Saga’s fully-fledged and dynamic guild system, increasing your chances of overcoming the many seemingly unbeatable bosses that appear to stand in your way of restoring peace.
Embark on a sprawling MMORPG quest with a hero team of your choosing right now by downloading Enneas Saga from the Google Play store today.
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Dead Rising 4 arrives tomorrow, giving enthusiasts a fresh chance to take selfies with zombies and get up to other ridiculous end-of-the-world shenanigans. To really get into the spirit of things, we've gone and gathered the best zombie games that follow in a similar vein to Dead Rising's more irreverent stylings. Off we go!
Amateur Surgeon 4 is still tackling the competition at the top of the App Store charts, so if you haven't tried it out yet, you should probably do that right away. If you've been at it for a while, though, perhaps you're ready to start expanding your strategy and learning some new techniques for the game's more challenging levels. We've got you set with this new, more advanced guide. Let's get started.
It's time to wield your trusty pizza cutter again, as Amateur Surgeon has returned with a whole fresh set of challenges (and some old, familiar ones, too). Starting anew isn't easy, especially when all you have at your disposal is a lighter, the aforementioned pizza cutter, and an office stapler to get the job done. We believe in you, though, and we've even prepared a few tips to help you improve right away.
Telltale Games' next episodic adventure is indeed Guardians of the Galaxy. A document tied to the voice actors strike suggested that the project was in the work, but now we have direct confirmation following an announcement at the Game Awards that Telltale is indeed taking us to the stars to roam around with our favorite space misfits.
Amateur Surgeon and its two sequels disappeared from the App Store some time and it was sad days for all. But now, just in time for the holidays, the Adult Swim favorite makes its joyous return in the shape of Amateur Surgeon 4, a remake with bunches of new content and remastered cartoon grossness.
Sometimes you need to ditch all of the high speed, high action games in favor of something a little more traditional. If you don't feel like parting ways from your mobile device, though, there are still plenty of ways to get that old-school fix. Here are five amazing board game remakes for mobile when you feel like you need a change.
Facebook's new Instant Games is now here, meaning you can play games with your friends directly via Facebook. It's a fun new way to connect with friends, of course, but it's also proving to be a solid gaming experience in its own right, with a great collection of games right out of the gate. We've narrowed down the best of the bunch so you don't have to.
Facebook launched its new Instant Games platform in an exciting new attempt to engage its user base. As a result, you can now play a number of different games directly through Facebook Messenger. All of these games run with HTML5, meaning you play them right within Messenger -- there’s no need to install separate apps. While none of the games are multiplayer, you can still send screenshots of the leaderboards to lure your friends into some friendly competition.
As fun as this may all sound, getting started isn’t super clear. Let’s walk through the process step by step.
Don’t Grind is a surprising, derpy little one touch game with fun hand-drawn graphics. The goal is simple -- get the high score without being chopped to bits. That can be tough when you’re not used to the game, and that’s compounded by the fact that the game doesn’t really give you much direction to start with. Use this beginner’s guide to get started.
Final Fantasy XV is out today, and to celebrate we’re breaking down the best Final Fantasy games on mobile. Porting a game to mobile is always tricky business, but many of the early Final Fantasy games have made the transition quite well. Let’s see which ones are the best.
Archery King launched last week, sending mobile gamers into a competitive archery frenzy. The game is challenging, but great fun, with a simple multiplayer component that encourages you to develop your skills.
If you’ve already gotten the hang of things (perhaps thanks to our nifty beginner’s guide), it might be high time for you to take part in the Time Race, the only competitive mode that earns you premium currency. It’s a long way to the top of the leader boards if you’re aiming to cash in on the big prizes, but this guide will set you on your way.