DeNA and Marvel Entertainment have just released a trailer for the, Marvel Mighty Heroes. The brawler will pit super heroes against super villains from the Marvel universe – including classic characters such as Iron Man, Groot, Captain America, Star-Lord, Hulk, Thor, Black Widow, and Spider-Man. You’ll get to develop your own team of super stars and even play against your friends in multiplayer.
“Building off of the success of Marvel War of Heroes, our first Marvel-licensed title, Marvel Mighty Heroes, is a fast and tactical battle game that will combine evolving Marvel stories with enthralling co-op and competitive multiplayer gameplay,” said Barry Dorf, Vice President of Partnerships and Alliances at DeNA. “Marvel fans and gamers alike will have the chance to create the ultimate team of Super Heroes and Super Villains to take on waves of enemies from the Marvel Universe.”
You can pre-register for the game on the Marvel Mighty Heroes site, and you’ll get to vote for Hulk or Rocket to be a a free special hero at launch for a limited time.
Marvel Mighty Heroes will be free to download on the App Store soon.
Posted by Jessica Fisher on December 16th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Kabam and Marvel Entertainment have officially released Marvel Contest of Champions, a Super Hero fighting game that encompasses a huge amount of the Marvel Universe. Marvel Comics writer Sam Humphries (writer of The Legendary Star-Lord) has written an exciting story pitting your team of heroes against those of the villainous Collector.
The Collector has been capturing famous heroes and villains from the Marvel Universe, and it’s up to you to free and recruit them for your own team. The game comes with 25 unlockable characters to start with. Each has their own unique traits, abilities, and special moves that can be upgraded and create synergy bonuses giving you plenty of ways to strategize. You’ll also be able to play through the single player campaign or face off against your friends in multiplayer.
You can download Marvel Contest of Champions for free right now.
Posted by Andrew Stevens on January 30th, 2014 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Marvel Run Jump Smash! lets players take the role of Iron Man, Hulk, Captain America, and Black Widow as they assemble and fight while dodging obstacles and collecting boosts in this endless runner. As players make their runs for a high score, they’ll also be able to unlock additional characters like Spider-man, Hawkeye, Thor, and more.
- Assemble your Super Hero team to achieve the best score!
– Unleash each Hero’s devastating Special Attack!
– Play in iconic Marvel locations!
– Compete against friends to gain the top leaderboard position!
– Upgrade your character to achieve an even higher score!
– Keep the action going with new Super Heroes and location updates!
Posted by Andrew Stevens on March 7th, 2013 + Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
Marvel Entertainment just announced its new comics app, Marvel Unlimited, that gives fans access to over 70 years worth of Marvel comics for a subscription price of $10 dollars per month. You can also get, for a limited time, a $60 dollar subscription for an entire year, netting you the same content for only $5 dollars a month. This is a huge step up from the crappy web interface the service had for the last couple of years.
Just about everyone in the world dreams about having super powers. Flight, strength, x-ray vision, that kind of stuff. While DeNA (think Mobage) and Marvel Entertainment’s upcoming Marvel: War of Heroes may not bestow impossible abilities to its players, it does put them in charge of a slew of iconic heroes.
Assuming the role of a S.H.I.E.L.D agent players will collect cards featuring various Marvel heroes and craft their own super team. Powers and abilities can be fused and upgraded as well, making an already powerful legend even more so. If you’re thinking it sounds similar to the more than a little popular Rage of Bahamut, that’s because it is. And because it’s being crafted by the same developers. Although the story – which is a thing that actually exists in this freemium card game. I know, right? – is all original and comes directly from Marvel itself. As does the art, actually, which is ridiculously awesome.
Marvel: War of Heroes is due to hit the App Store this fall. Anyone with even the slightest interest will be able to check it out for free, but those of us who are already curious can head over to the official website to pre-register. Why? Because it earns a free rare card, among other things. And if there’s one thing I’ve learned from playing similar Mobage titles it’s that rare cards, no matter how useful they might be to my strategy, can pay off big. Also it might actually be really cool.
iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
Posted April 23rd, 2010 by Chris Kirby Our Rating: :: A GOOD START
Judgment Day has at long last come for the traditional paper comic book. Ok, so maybe that's hyperbole (something Stan "The Man" Lee would no doubt appreciate) but Marvel Comics for the iPad represents a significant step forward for digital comics. Change is coming, my comic book fanboy friend, and this time it ain't caused by radioactive spiders or cosmic rays.
I am eager to let readers know about Oceanhouse Media’s annual app sale in honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday from Wednesday, February 25 through Monday, March 9. During this time, five of their best-selling Seuss stories will be on sale for $0.99 each, and there will be discounts for other classic Dr. Seuss titles as […]
Setlyst was designed for musicians by a musician, T Gregory Knox. The app keeps track of all of your band’s songs to make it easy to arrange a set list for your gig. You can share your list with the rest of the band easily or post it on Facebook and Twitter. The app also […]