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Namco Bandai has come forward with support for Microsoft's new mobile phone platform in a big way. The publisher has confirmed five titles for the new operating system, with a commitment to stay there for a while...
Remember Marcus? He was that kid who starred in a few PSP commercials as the one who could answer all the world's problems with his PSP. In one of those commercials, Marcus makes fun of a lame, fake iPhone game called "Lame Castle." Well, guess what the latest game coming to the iPhone is called?
Apple's Game Center, which is basically the iPhone version of Xbox Live or the PlayStation Network, may soon be coming to the iPad as suggested by details for a new iPad game touting support for the social service...
How bad do you want 3D on your iPhone? If you said, "Bad enough to strap a pair of totally rad goggles to my face in public," then you're the target demographic for US Hasbro's new My3D accessory...
Apple's App Store is fast becoming a retirement home for classic point-and-click games, and now Hooter, Dwayne and Bobo are boarding the mobile gaming gravy train in the return of Sierra's cult-hit adventure game Gobliiins for the iPad, iPhone and iPhone Touch...
One of the biggest disappointments about the iPad is that it can't play Flash content on the Internet. But that's not stopping developers of popular Flash games from reaching out to the Apple device... it just means they have to rework the game to fit Apple standards. The latest to do so are the people behind Robokill...
Finally realizing that it's kind of too big of an ordeal to sort through all the games and the apps available on the iPhone, Apple has released an official "best of the best" list on iTunes. It's the official, definitive collection of hand-picked apps that Apple will tell you are the essential must-owns...
Mobile gaming may still be far away from eclipsing consoles in terms of raw power, but judging by this eye-popping debut trailer for Infinity Blade, that gap between iPhone and “at home” is being hacked away at a brutal pace...
If all those iPhone games look cool but you still have trepidation about playing games on a system that has no buttons, have no fear. Some Japanese masterminds have created the perfect solution...
Before there was Angry Birds, the king of iPhone games was Plants vs. Zombies. The comically gory tower-defense game became a hit as a PC game before it lit up the iPhone sales charts, and now it's hoping to do the same on Android...
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