Gameloft has teamed up with Marvel once again, this time to bring Thor: The Dark World to the App Store. The new game is inspired by the upcoming movie, which will launch simultaneously this fall. The free-to-play game features over 100 missions against Marauders and Dark Elves as Thor must fight to bring order to the Nine Worlds.
“Thor: The Dark World – The Official Game will allow fans of the franchise to play as one of Marvel’s most iconic Super Heroes in a game of epic scope and beauty.” said Javon Frazier, VP Games Marketing at Marvel, in a press release. “With this new game, we are further expanding the successful relationship between Marvel and Gameloft.”
Gameloft is celebrating a new milestone today as it just reached the 10 million fan mark on its Facebook page, which was originally created back in 2009. September 2011 marked one million “Likes” and not even a full two years later they have amassed over 9 million more “Likes.” That’s pretty quick.
“We’re very proud to have reached 10 million fans on our Facebook page. This is the result of our fans’ dedication and the unique relationship we’ve formed with them,” states Benoit Pourgaton, Marketing Director at Gameloft, in a press release. “We thank our fans for all the suggestions and comments they share with us each day, allowing us to improve ourselves and deliver in return the best experience possible in all our games. We’ll continue to develop and strengthen this close bond with all our fans!”
Posted by Andrew Stevens on June 26th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Heroes of Order & Chaos – Multiplayer Online Game adds new content and upgrades to the online battle arena, including a new 5v5 steampunk-flavored map that has players escorting a tram car, packed with explosives, to the enemy base. The update also features 2 new characters; Lorilai, the Gaia Guardian, and Jombra, The Planewalker. Current players will also notice better matchmaking, weekly tournaments, and enhancements to the user-interface.
Pocket Gamer reports that Gameloft has released a new Meltdown update for Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour which includes three new maps, Fracture, Extraction, and Backfire. Also included in the update are two new multiplayer modes; Bomb Squad, which has one team planting a bomb and the other trying to defuse it, totally reminding me of my Counter-Strike days, and Destruction, requiring players to sabotage a number of devices.
Players will also find new weapons and a new demolition specialist with new perks.
When it comes to racing, especially arcade racers, I love to throw in a few big hits, driving other cars into the boards. Yes, I realize racing isn’t hockey, but sometimes I get the two sports confused. Also, taking my vehicle and shooting it sky high into the air has always been a lot of fun as well. Well, Gameloft has released some details about their latest Asphalt game, which is awesomely titled Asphalt 8: Airborne.
Pocket Gamer reports that Asphalt 8: Airborne is set to release this summer for $0.99 cents, bringing you eight new tracks full of alternate routes and shortcuts and three multiplayer modes that will truly test your skills.
Airborne will have you taking the high way through each track with special ramps to launch your vehicle off of, pulling off lovely stunts. Check out this air grabbing teaser trailer. It looks mighty fun with only one thing missing – wings! If you’ve played Rush 2049, you know what i’m talking about!
Modern Combat 5: This flagship Gameloft first-person shooter (FPS) title is now at number five, with a new engine that the folks at E3 can’t talk about, but boy is it pretty. PLan to play this one out loud sometime before the end of the year.
Brothers in Arms 3: Another shooter, this one is less dual stick control, and more about flicking, swiping and tapping. I had a much better time here, killing more baddies than in MC5, but that’s just how I roll. Oh, and there’s slo-mo kill cam for those special headshot moments.
Minions Run: An endless runner starring everyone’s favorite little yellow dudes, the minions from Despicable Me. The game is planned to release next week, just in time for the movie, Despicable Me 2.
Asphalt 8: Hard to believe this racing series has been going on so long. Gameloft kicks it up another notch with a new racer that we should get to play sometime before the end of this current year. 148Apps founder, Jeff Scott, tries out the new Infected mode in the video below, but we’ve also been told there’s a sweet new Drift mode, as well. Very pretty!
Total Conquest: I’m not going to call this one a clone, but boy does it look a LOT like Clash of Clans, which to be honest was a clone itself. Regardless, it’s pretty, and set in Ancient Rome. Yay, Rome!
Posted by Andrew Stevens on June 7th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Gangstar Vegas has arrived on iOS, releasing today at the price of $6.99. It brings more than 80 missions that feature waves of enemies, timed objectives, brawls, racing, and more, and has maps that are up to nine times bigger than the previous Gangstar game, reports Pocket Gamer.
Pocket Gamer reports that the Modern Combat series continues to move forward as a new trailer for the latest installment, Modern Combat 5, has just been released. Check out the trailer below to get just a glimpse of the mess you’ll be getting yourself into this time. There looks to be lots of action on waterways and in the skies above, giving you sequences of shooting from the back of the boat or shooting at multiple targets from the side gunner seat of a helicopter.
Gameloft’sGangstar Vegas is on it’s way to iOS, coming soon for an unconfirmed premium price. The story follows a fighter by the name of Jason Malone who is a wanted man in Vegas after failing to stage a defeat in the most important fight of his life. While on the run from an angry casino owner, players will engage in 40 story missions that feature waves of enemies, timed objectives, brawls, racing, and more!
Gangstar Vegas has maps that are up to nine times bigger than Gangstar Rio and features upgradeable cars, weapons, and skills. Players will also find lots of loot, mission rewards, casino games, skill points, and daily gifts while playing the game.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on June 3rd, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Gameloft has launched UNO & Friends – The Classic Card Game Goes Social!, nd it’s now available for free. The classic card game brings a new social dimension to the gameplay, giving players the chance to engage in multiplatform play and invite and challenge friends in real-time by using social networks.
“Now, with a strong franchise such as UNO and more than three generations of fans, Gameloft is thrilled to be able to partner with the company to bring a beloved pastime into the digital social space so that fans can now connect with one another from around the world via their social and mobile networks.” said Gonzague de Vallois, Gameloft’s Senior Vice President of Publishing, in a press release.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on May 17th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
N.O.V.A. 3 – Near Orbit Vanguard Alliance is free for today only. In our review, Carter Dotson said, “N.O.V.A. 3‘s audience is clear: it’s for the FPS fan who wants a big, console-style game on their iPhone or iPad, and is willing to tolerate some control issues in order to get that experience.” “a lot of work has clearly been put into this to make it work as best as it can on mobile.”
Posted by Andrew Stevens on May 10th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Asphalt 7: Heat is Apple’s App of the Week, making the game free for the next 7 days. Now there’s no excuse not to get your hands on this racing title that’s full of speed and fun. It recently released an update as well, adding new cars and a raised level cap. Gameloft also plans to bring “a lot of new cars” your way, coming soon.
Gameloft and Fox Digital Entertainment team up to release the official video game for the upcoming animated movie, Epic. The gameplay will have players building their own forest kingdom and fighting in action-packed battles filled with acrobatic combat. Epic will be released in time for the film’s debut this May.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on May 9th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Blitz Brigade – Online multiplayer shooting action! released today on iOS bringing forth first-person shooter action. Players choose between 5 classes with over 100 different weapons to use in an online battle of up to 12 players. There are also 120 training missions to complete offline, should you choose.
√ 5 classes: Soldier, Gunner, Medic, Sniper, Stealth
√ Control the battlefield in Domination mode
√ Frag everyone in sight in Deathmatch
√ Use 3 different vehicles for a tactical advantage
√ Unique taunts and kill phrases for each character
√ Voice Chat to plan in real time with teammates
In an interview with Pocket Gamer, Otilia Lazar of Gameloft estimates a worldwide release of Blitz Brigade this May. The fast-paced shooter released in France back in February which led to the decision to fine-tune some things before the full release. One of the changes that was made during the fine-tuning process was to remove a token system that allowed users to play multiplayer matches.
Lazar says in a Pocket Gamer interview that “Players started off with five tokens, which they could spend to join multiplayer matches. Those tokens regenerated over time for free. But we received a lot of requests asking for unlimited free multiplayer matches, so we took the tokens out and gave the fans what they wanted.”
Gameloft has released an official trailer for the new Iron Man 3 video game which is scheduled for release on April 25th. Iron Man 3 – The Official Game is an endless “sky” runner that has players flying through various levels while firing at enemies and avoiding incoming missiles.
Gameloft released a new trailer for the upcoming Iron Man 3. The video shows the new direction they are taking with Iron Man 3 by making it an endless runner compared to the previous title, Iron Man 2, which was an action title. However, Iron Man 3 does look a bit more exciting than being just a simple runner.
Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour dropped its price from $6.99 to 99 cents, letting players to experience the chaos that unfolds in this first-person shooter for much less cash. Our review, says, “Modern Combat 4 accomplishes its objective of being a solid military FPS that can be played on the toilet with flying colors.”
Posted December 6th, 2012 by Carter Dotson Our Rating: :: THOROUGHLY MODERN...AND FAMILIAR
Modern Combat 4 is a military FPS built for mobile devices, and while Gameloft definitely brings exceptional production values to the table, it still is held back by the nature of touchscreen controls.
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
A stand for holding your iPad, iPhone and iPod touch
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.
Gameloft has been listening to their fans’ concerns about the multiplayer mode for Modern Combat 5: Blackout, and has released a big update that enhances matchmaking as well as social functions. Now matchmaking for squad battle will only start when there are at least 2 players available on each squad. Also, the spawning system and social media […]