Classic mobile games have been successful due to their addictive nature and recognizable IP. DotEmu, aware of this emerging need, has completed a porting suite bringing you 70’s to 90’s games.
Monthly Archive for June, 2008
Your World Games, in cooperation with Gamevil USA, today announced the release of their groundbreaking RPG mobile game “The Shroud” for AT&T network users.
“’The Shroud’ is one of the few truly deep, immersive gameplay experiences available on a mobile phone that both casual and hardcore gamers can enjoy,” said Robert Sprogis, Vice President of Your World Games. “We are proud to announce its release on the AT&T network, which will allow millions of users to experience the oncoming invasion of unspeakable terrors from the Shroud firsthand.”
Sony will not be using the help of Sony Ericsson to develop a PSP phone. Some are saying that the concept of developing a PSP phone will be relatively simple due to the fact that PSP already includes WiFi. Personally, I really hope they change the look of the PSP before they turn it into a phone. Otherwise we’ll be looking at another N-Gage and that is not cool. Other than that, a gaming phone with the capabilities of the PSP would be really great for the mobile gaming industry. We need to move beyond what even the BlackBerry can provide in terms of gaming.
[Via Engadget Mobile]
OtterBox cases are specially made to offer the maximum protection for your device. They offer cases that fit iPod, iPhone, Blackberry, Palm, HP and many other Handheld PDA devices. When you buy one for your device, 10% of the proceeds from their pink “Strength” case line to the Avon Breast Cancer Crusade. Being Friday, we should all feel a little generous.
MocoSpace, the largest social network designed specifically for mobile phones, has passed the 3 million mark in registered users. The milestone follows a May report by browser company Opera ranking MocoSpace as the third most trafficked mobile site in the U.S. after MySpace and Google.
THQ announced WALL.E, the video game based on the Disney.Pixar film, is available for mobile. Developed by Heavy Iron Studios, the game will be made available internationally, but we aren’t sure about pricing at the moment.
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Do you have a Samsung Instinct and want to win $20? Starting June 30th, Sprint is offering $20 to the first 1,000 people who upload a video to YouTube containing their Samsung Instinct. Also, by entering you become eligible to win the grand prize of $10,000. Make the video creative and hopefully you get paid. Also, if you heard about the contest through our site, and win the grand prize, feel free to send some dollars our way. Loves ya!
Astraware and Sandlot Games are excited to announce the release of Westward for Symbian S60 and UIQ smartphones. The highly acclaimed game was released for Palm OS and Windows Mobile smartphones and PDAs earlier this year.
Continue reading ‘Westward the mobile game now for smartphones’
O2 has posted its pricing plan for the iPhone 3G. If you purchase the device through its Pay & Go prepaid program, you can get the 8 Gig iPhone 3G for £300 ($590) or the 16 Gig for £360 ($710). Included in this package, you get six months of free WiFi access, after which it will cost £10 ($20) per month.
Apparently, these prices were immediately pulled off their website after being published and replaced with a message saying that details would be available “shortly”. Disorganized much?
Glu has announced an agreement with Activision that will extend the companies’ exclusive, worldwide partnership to include Call of Duty: World at War for mobile phones.
Continue reading ‘Glu and Activision bring Call of Duty: World at War to mobile’