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TRANSFORMERS: Age of Extinction, by Mobage Inc., has received its the first major update. The popular game now includes Stinger, a new challenging boss, the epic assault feature, and the ability to use Energon Shards to upgrade your character.
Mobage has also added levels from the film including Hong Kong and Lockdown’s Ship, and introduces Special Events to the game. The first of these special events is the Hunted Survival Missions, where players take on waves of enemies in an attempt to survive as long as possible. This special event is only available until Wednesday, September 17, and players can earn big in-game rewards for a high ranking on the leader boards.
You can download TRANSFORMERS: Age of Extinction for free on the App Store.
In this hybridized third-person romp, players get to work as a group of upgradeable mercenaries while fighting against a ruthless enemy. The game sports rich graphics, a card system tactical combat, jungle scenery, and plenty of explosions.
“Crytek managed to do the unthinkable and integrate their remarkable CRYENGINE technology into the company’s first free-to-play mobile game,” said Barry Dorf, head of strategic partnerships at DeNA. “The Collectables is a visually stunning and explosive gameplay experience that pushes the boundaries of what can be achieved on mobile devices.”
The Collectables is available for free (with option in-app purchases) on the App Store.
NFL Matchups is a new card collection game from Mobage, allowing fans to build teams by collecting their favorite football players. The app features all 32 NFL teams, more than 1,000 NFL players to draft, and has fantasy-integrated player stats that get updated every week based on their performance. It also has realistic modes for users to play, which gives them the ability to select their favorite players, pick their formation, and adjust things at halftime when needed.
So. Cards, football, and fantasy football? I think fans should give this free app a look!
Transformers Legends Goes Ultra-Rare With Optimus Prime In A September That's Meant To Be Remembered
Transformers Legends gets a new "September to Remember" campaign that features an Optimus Prime vs Megatron episode, or EPICsode! Can I be any more of a geek? [Editor's Note: No. No you cannot.]
Anyway, DeNA will be launching a series of weekly episodes and new content that includes player vs player match-ups for Transformers Legends. The current episode, One Shall Fall, features Optimus Prime for the first time in a Transformers Legends episode. This is also the first time that Optimus Prime is a rarity 5 card, which is ultra rare. Oh, yeah!
The Drowning fires in a new update that adds leaderboards, a 180 turn and sticky aiming button to the v-stick system, sensitivity for looking around, and a cutscene viewer.
The update also added some improvements as well. If you were drowning before by continuously being flanked by enemies from behind then things shouldn't be as troublesome anymore as the update fixed that, making enemies more likely to come at you from the front. However, there still might be some pretty stubborn bad guys out there because they did add that 180 turn button in the update, as I already mentioned above. Just sayin'!
The Drowning, the free-to-play first-person shooter that released last week, begins its first in-game event that lasts from August 8th through 14th. Players are able to compete for prizes as they take part in the Toxic Beast Hunt, which features a new mutation of creature that is found around an old chemical plant. Sounds creepy!!
“It's really exciting to continue the momentum of our worldwide launch with our very first live gameplay event called the Toxic Beast Hunt. This is another real first for a mobile FPS – adding variety to the game in the form of a weeklong competition where our players worldwide get matched up to co-operate and compete to hunt and take down rare and powerful monsters hidden across our game world,” said Ben Cousins, head of DeNA’s European studio operations and GM of the Scattered Entertainment studio, in a press release.