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Atari has released the first screenshots of their upcoming mobile game Pridefest at GDC this past week. The game is an original LGBTQ-themed social sim where you'll get to create and customize your own avatar and Pride Parade.
Pridefest allows you to connect with friends so you can visit each other's cities, chat, or challenge each other in co-op parade building. The game includes goals that, when met, provide you with festival supplies and bonuses to make your city a happier place.
While we have no set release date for Pridefest yet, Atari says it's coming soon.
The Flintstones : Bring Back Bedrock, by Ludia, is now available on the app store. Meteors have destroyed the Town of Bedrock and it is up to you to rebuild. And there are a ton of classic characters to play with while you do: Fred, Wilma, Barney, Betty, Bamm-Bamm, Pebbles, Hoppy, Dino, and Baby-Puss.
As in the cartoon, all of the technology in Bedrock City is dinosaur based. You can collect over 100 of these "Gizmosaurs," from the Mammoth Vacuum to the Pterodactyl Jackhammer, along with a huge amount of items that you can use to customize the city. The Flintstones : Bring Back Bedrock will also let you visit your friends' cities and check out their progress.
“We are very pleased to be partnering with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment on The Flintstones: Bring Back Bedrock game, which promises to elate generations of players who love these Hanna-Barbera characters”, said Alex Thabet, President and CEO of Ludia Inc. “The Flintstones cartoons remain one of the top television family favorites and we are proud to bring the characters to brand new platforms! Gamers are in for hours of fun.”
The Flintstones : Bring Back Bedrock is available for free on the App Store.
SettleForge is a single-player board game where players take on the role of the king as they try to reinvigorate their country's economy. In puzzle game fashion, players must place hexagonal tiles with different buildings on them, but you must keep in mind building regulations and economical dependencies to find the best locations. Will your nation prosper. Will your subjects rejoice? That is for you to decide.
SettleForge supports DICE+, a digital game controller meant to simulate rolling a die. It hooks up via Bluetooth and uses motion detectors to know what you've rolled. You can pick up a DICE+ controller on their website for $39.99
While there is no official release date as of yet, you can follow their updates on the SettleForge Facebook page.
Fans of the SimCity series will be thrilled to hear that EA's SimCity BuildIt, a mobile version of the game, will be coming to the iOS soon. Players will be able to build their city in high quality 3D graphics, and the app allows you to pinch, zoom, and rotate your city 360 degrees so you can see it in all its glory.
You will, of course, still have to worry about keeping your citizens happy by managing and expanding your city.
EA hasn't announced a release date or pricing for SimCity BuildIt yet, but they assure us it is coming "soon."
Kabam has released Wartune: Hall of Heroes, its latest MMORPG. The game was originally released in China and grew in popularity fast. Originally released as a browser-based game, this version has been optimized to work on iPhone, iPad, and iTouch.
With Wartune: Hall of Heroes, you have the option of playing alone fighting monsters and exploring dungeons or joining other players in creating guilds and knocking each other around in PvP events. Players can choose between a Knight, Archer, or Mage and further customize their characters with weapons and armor they find or craft themselves. The game is not only an action-strategy rpg, but also includes elements of city building and farming all bundled into one.
You can pick up Wartune: Hall of Heroes in the App Store now for free.