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The new controller for Gameloft games, the Duo Gamer, is now half off it’s original $79.99 price, at $39.99, starting today, at Apple, Amazon, Best Buy, and other fine retailers that carry the device. The sale is available starting now, though Apple and Amazon web sites have yet to reflect the new price.

In addition, Gameloft announced that NFL Pro 2013 and Wild Blood will be compatible with the controller, bringing the total of Duo Gamer-enabled games to seven. Woot!

Currently, Duo Gamer works with Asphalt 7: Heat, Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation, Order & Chaos Online, Brothers in Arms 2: Global Front, and N.O.V.A. 3 – Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance.

Duo Gamer product features include:
Dual analog thumb-sticks
Six buttons plus d-pad
Bluetooth connectivity
A stand for holding your iPad, iPhone and iPod touch

source: Duo Games

Gameloft has a history of making the best first person shooters on iOS. Modern Combat and N.O.V.A. are two amazing console quality shooter franchises. This week we get to tell you about a hands-on we had with the latest FPS from Gameloft, the next version in the Modern Combat series, Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour. First up, here’s the intro sequence to MC4.

While on one level you could say that Modern Combat 4 is just more Modern Combat, is that all bad? I don’t think so. Modern Combat is one of the best franchises available on iOS. And in this version Gameloft have truly taken everything in the game to the next level. With amazing Retina graphics, great single player campaign, multiple vehicles, great voice acting, and a deep multiplayer system that has to be seen to be believed.

You’ll likely spend as many as 14 hours working through the single player campaign. The multiplayer is where this game really shines. The number of hours that can be spent there is pretty much endless. An amazing array of unlockables, customizations, power up, vehicles, weapons, and multiple play modes seem to go on forever.

Gameloft plans on releasing Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour before the end of the year. If I were a guessing man, I’d guess they will get it out just before Christmas. It’s not to be missed.

My Little Pony – Friendship is Magic Review

My Little Pony – Friendship is Magic Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Unleash your inner Brony or Pegasister in this free city-builder game, but expect to eventually hit a pay wall.

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My Little Pony – Friendship is Magic Out Now

Posted by on November 8th, 2012
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

It’s finally here. Some people will make fun of this game, but there is a large number of people who have been anxiously awaiting it and will absolutely love it. Gameloft has released a game set in the My Little Pony universe called My Little Pony – Friendship is Magic. In our preview of the game, we have a great video that will show you what you can expect in this city builder with mini games.

Try as I might, I can’t find another way to include Brony or Pegasister in this post. So I’ll just leave that there. (see what I did there?)

Texas Poker For Prizes Review

Texas Poker For Prizes Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Don't expect to become rich from this free to play Poker game but do expect to enjoy trying.

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Gameloft Releases Texas Poker for Prizes – Win Real Prizes Playing Poker

Posted by on November 1st, 2012
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad

Gameloft has release a new poker game, Texas Poker for Prizes. This free to play game has one huge interesting twist. Just by playing the game, you have the chance to win some real world prizes — TVs, trips to Las Vegas, and more.

While that’s the hook, the game does have other things going for it. For one, when playing online you can play up to four tables at once. Very useful when you are waiting on 8 other slow players to decide their move. It also has the ability to support Airplay where the poker table can be displayed on your TV (via Apple TV) while each players hands are shown on their handheld devices in a local multiplayer game.

Zombiewood Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
No "Hey, this looks a lot like that console game" here, just lots of quality zombie shooting and clever mechanics.

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Real Soccer 2013 Review

Real Soccer 2013 Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Soccer deserves a far better treatment than this. Sure, the game may be free, but unfortunately it's at the cost of mediocre field mechanics.

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NFL Pro 2013 Review

NFL Pro 2013 Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
NFL Pro 2013 is a free-to-play football game that is offensively bad with its monetization techniques.

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Wild Blood Review

Wild Blood Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Gameloft comes together for the first time with Unreal Technology to present a new take on the tales of King Arthur. Players go to battle with Lancelot to defeat an evil sorceress and free the kingdom from her curse.

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Cosmic Colony Review

Cosmic Colony Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Gameloft's attempt at a futuristic sim game where players are given the chance to colonize and build a new world.

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Kingdoms & Lords Review

Kingdoms & Lords Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
While it's no epic, there's a lot of little things to do in this time-killing, casual fantasy adventure.

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Fans of Gameloft’s ambitious mobile MMO, Order & Chaos Online, have more reason to celebrate. The game will be getting a massive update later in August. The game will include new features that fans have been asking for, including mounts, a brand new dungeon to explore, player vs player (PvP) combat arenas, and and end to the subscription model.

The new dungeon will be called Salien Pt. 2. The original Salien dungeon was added in update 1.10 in March of this year, 2012. There will be three new arenas for player versus player combat, in combinations of 1 on 1, 2v2, 3v2, or 4v4 players. There will be four new mounts to tear around on through the Arcadian Forests or the Tanned Land.

What’s most interesting, however, is the end of the subscription model. PC and console-based MMO games are suffering huge losses in player subscriptions lately; it makes sense that a mobile game like Order & Chaos would struggle with adding and maintaining an active, paying subscriber base as well. With mobile gaming exploring the free to play model more vigorously than the traditional PC and console gaming space, it’s surprising that Order & Chaos Online lasted as long as it has.

Stay tuned for more details as they arrive.



$6.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2011-04-27 :: Category: Games

Monster Life Review

Monster Life Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Manage a ranch, raise and train adorable monsters, then make them fight each other in a vibrant papercraft world.

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At Casual Connect 2012 in Seattle this week, Gameloft has announced six new titles that will try to cut a wide swath across the casual gaming spectrum.

The potentially biggest game on the list is the My Little Pony game – the series has a wide cross-generation appeal, being a show written for little girls, yet having found an adult male fanbase known as “bronies.” Creating a game that would have the same appeal seems like a tall order. The game will let players build their own Ponyville and play minigames, all featuring characters from the series.

Other games include UNO and Friends, a new version of the card game with online multiplayer that will let players take their games across phones, tablets, and Facebook. Monster Habitat will let players take care of papercraft monsters and the village they live in. Cosmic Colony will have players managing a colony on a mysterious planet. Kingdoms & Lords will be a simulation and strategy game where barbarians must be fended off, with multiplayer battles. Texas Poker for Prizes is exactly what it says on the tin. These games will begin rolling out before the end of summer.

It’s hard to work up sympathy for one of nature’s most efficient aquatic killing machines (a few species, anyway), but I think it’s do-able. Sharks might not be cuddly, and they have been known to attack and/or kill people, but that’s no reason to hunt them to extinction. Especially for some overpriced soup. Which is why WildAid, The Discovery Channel, and Gameloft have joined forces for Shark Week to raise awareness and do a bit of fund raising through Shark Dash.

For the rest of the month and a few weeks in August, players of both the iOS and ad-supported Google Play versions of Shark Dash will be able to purchase special “limited time only” content – most notably a new skin for Sharky – for a monetary show of support. Proceeds will go toward raising awareness and hopefully reducing the demand for shark fin soup; a luxury dish with rapidly growing demand and a rapidly diminishing source. Over 70 million sharks per year, in fact.

The special content will be available until August 18th, and I urge anyone with the means to do their part. Sharks may not be cute, fuzzy, or huggable (I sure as heck would never go swimming with one, except possibly a whale shark), but they don’t deserve to die out over something like this.


$0.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-04-19 :: Category: Games

The Dark Knight Rises Review

The Dark Knight Rises Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
Like Arkham City and Arkham Asylum? Keep playing those.

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Earlier this year, Gameloft released Ice Age Village, a free-to-play social game based off of the popular Ice Age movie franchise. With the next movie in the series, Continental Drift about to release in theaters, a big update incorporating the movie has been released. Players’ islands have been set adrift on an iceberg, and they must ward off pirates as well, something I’m sure the creatures of the actual ice ages had to deal with. There’s 26 new quests featuring characters from the new movie, with new animals to raise, and new buildings to build like a volleyball court (wooly mammoths were known for their volleyball expertise). Play the game obsessively, reaching the max level? Then good news, the level cap has been raised to 60, and the maximum village size has doubled! Continental Drift doesn’t release until this Friday, June 13th, but the update for the game is available right now.

FREE!
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2012-04-05 :: Category: Games

The Amazing Spider-Man Review

The Amazing Spider-Man Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
A movie tie in game that's great fun and captures the spirit of the movie? Yes, really.

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Asphalt 7: Heat Review

Asphalt 7: Heat Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Asphalt 7 offers the same core gameplay as Asphalt 6, but with stunning new graphics.

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Comic book fans are having an awesome year. The Avengers has come and gone, demonstrating just how fantastic Marvel comics are. Next up, we’ve got the darker worlds of The Amazing Spiderman and The Dark Knight Rises.

Courtesy of Gameloft, we’ve just been sent a pretty cool trailer for The Dark Knight Rises iOS game in preparation for its release this summer around the same time as the movie.

While we don’t have many details about the game, the trailer is looking pretty neat with a vibe that will be very familiar to players of Arkham Asylum and Arkham City for consoles and PC. Combat seems set to play a major role here and there’s a suggestion of free roaming gameplay, also. Hopefully, there’ll be gadgets aplenty in the full release later this year.

We’ll be sure to keep you up to date on all the latest developments but for now, enjoy the trailer!

It should come as absolutely no surprise that Gameloft is releasing a tie-in game for the upcoming movie The Amazing Spider-Man. After all, it is one of the summer’s most-anticipated blockbusters and Spider-Man is still one of the biggest superheroes of all time. With its release date rapidly approaching, now more details are starting are come in.

The game comes courtesy of the same team behind 2010’s Ultimate Spider-Man: Total Mayhem. As such, it should be fairly safe to assume that this new title will seek to build on that already proven formula. However, this time players can expect to immerse themselves in the movie’s new, rebooted, Spider-Man universe while completing missions, protecting citizens, honing their skills and powers, and doing whatever else Spider-Man tends to do. Gameloft says players can look forward to a “comprehensive battle system” as well.

The Amazing Spider-Man the movie arrives in theaters on July 3rd. Expect The Amazing Spider-Man the game to arrive on mobile devices everywhere that same day.

Gameloft’s juggernaut of a mobile phone MMO has just hit the 1 year-old mark. While celebrating the occasion with a huge update isn’t exactly out of the ordinary it’s still certainly something worth talking about. Especially because it includes a number of additions as well as one particular feature players have been clamoring for over the past twelve months.

The list of new stuff is fairly extensive. Various bug fixes are to be expected, as well as some new quests. Players will also receive a free gift box, a special Thank You letter, access to new items and pets, and will be able to mess around with the new Lottery system. Those who have been playing for over three months will also get a special Anniversary pet. And it wouldn’t be a proper celebration without some flagrant fashions (i.e. new clothes for NPCs) and fireworks that can be purchased as well as simply viewed in all their explosive glory. Last but certainly not least, Gameloft has given the fans what they want and included 3G support. So now Order and Chaos can be enjoyed pretty much anywhere.

The festivities have already begun, so make sure to get on that downloading. Everyone else who isn’t already playing can download it now for $6.99, which includes a free 3 months of play ($0.99/month after that).



$6.99
+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2011-04-27 :: Category: Games

Men in Black 3 Review

Men in Black 3 Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Gameloft delivers a surprisingly awesome free-to-play management game based on a beloved series of films and graphic novels.

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N.O.V.A. 3 Review

N.O.V.A. 3 Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
N.O.V.A. 3 is Gameloft's latest first-person shooter, and it's quite a looker, but does the technical expertise lead to a fun game underneath?

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Shark Dash Review

Shark Dash Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Bath time has never been this fun, or dangerous for rubber ducks.

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Gameloft’s wave-based hack ‘n slash RPG Dungeon Hunter 3 has at-last gotten a much-requested feature: online multiplayer. The 1.1.1 update adds 4 player online play through their own Gameloft Live servers. The modes include a co-op mode, where players go on the game’s missions with three other players, helping to get higher ranks and collect better rewards from the levels. Player levels are viewable in the menu, so if some newbie jumps in with their level 1 in a level 40 game, then they can be kicked out like the noobs they are. As well, there’s a player vs. player mode where 4 players duke it out in an arena to see who the mightiest warrior is, clashing steel and casting spells until one is left standing. Deathmatch mode is only for bragging rights, there are no coins or treasure to be had for victory here. The update is available now, alongside some other bug fixes and tweaks.

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+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Released: 2011-12-21 :: Category: Games

No doubt there will be plenty of couples out celebrating this Valentine’s Day. Lots of flowers, candy, romantic dinners and candlelight. No one really stops to think about the less glamorous side of the holiday; namely waiting in long lines to get into a restaurant for said romantic dinner, scrambling to find flowers and candy when at least half of the country is doing the same, and so on. Fortunately there’s a way for iOS users to lessen the irritation and have an easier time enjoying the moments that really matter. In this case, I’m referring to Gameloft’s Valentine’s Day sale.

Of course rescuing a space princess in Earthworm Jim, wreaking havoc in Gangstar Rio: City of Saints or running amok in Rayman 2: The Great Escape won’t substitute for making googly-eyes at each other from across the table. They will, however, make the wait for the table more bearable. And just in case finding “the right words” ends up being an issue, there’s also Gameloft’s Love Declaration Generator. Hey I’m just pointing out that it exists, I didn’t make the thing.

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Urban Crime Review

Urban Crime Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Survive a gang war and take control of the city.

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The Adventures of Tintin – The Game Review

The Adventures of Tintin – The Game Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Control Tintin and friends in a fantastic adventure.

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