Gamevil has announced the launch of NOM 2: Free Runner, the sequel to NOM, which was developed by Gamevil and published by Living Mobile back in April of ‘07. Capcom brought the sequel to Japan, and now US users will finally be able to get their hands on it. The nameless protagonist of the game is able to leap on to all four sides of the screen to solve puzzles. The sequel adds much larger playing fields — 4 times larger, to be exact — and a number of new characters, though running gags and characters from the first game do make an appearance.
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Living Mobile will be releasing a mobile version of Turok later this month, alongside the console and PC releases by Disney Interactive Studios.
HandyGames has announced Townsmen 5, part of the long-running Townsmet strategy series developed for Living Mobile.
In Townsmen 5, players take the role of a merciless robber baron bent on conquering settlements and taxing them to their limit. Unfortunately, a magician named Celdron has sent friendly dragons to protect the settlements.
Hudson Soft and Living Mobile have teamed up to release Bomberman, which includes both Bomberman Classic and Bomberman Supreme.
Bomberman Classic is a tribute to the classic 80s arcade game, where players must destroy enemies using bombs in a series of maze-like tunnels. It also includes a history special to look up background details about the game. Bomberman Supreme updates the game with new graphics, enemies, and power-ups. It also includes a multiplayer mode over Bluetooth. Both games also allow players to upload high-scores and compare them in daily, weekly, monthly, and all-time rankings.
The game is available now.
Living Mobile has announced the forthcoming release of a new casual title called Critter Crunch, reports the Mobile Games Blog.
The casual puzzle title is populated with furry little critters that love to sunbathe, sniff flowers, and eat each other. The goal of the player is to feed the smaller critters to the larger until they explode, releasing collectible diamonds. The game features cute animated graphics and 40 levels.
Critter Crunch will be available at the end of this month.
Living Mobile has announced the release of Bonk’s Return, reports the Mobile Games Blog.
Bonk is out to rescue a princess from the evil clutches of Lord Drool using only his head. Short on wits but very, very big on head, Bonk can bash his way through 19 levels in the side-scrolling platformer, which got its start on the Turbografx 16. The game also features five challenge modes and a wap site where gamers can exchange high scores and swap headbutting fun with other players.
Living Mobile has announced the release of a new game called NOM, reports MobileIndustry.biz.
The game has a unique twist, in that the main character will move, jump, and fight in response to the player turning their phone left, right, and upside down. Players can play through the game’s 10 levels, and unlock background colors, sounds, new moves and more with cheat codes. The codes, as well as a high score board, can be retrieved from the game’s WAP site.
The game was developed by Gamevil and costs GBP 5. Text “nom” to 83335 to purchase it.
Living Mobile has released Donald Duck’s Quest 2, reports Mobile Game Faqs.
The puzzle charges you to guide Donald to Scrooge or his nephews by placing arrows for him to walk along. Along the way you must stop Magica de Spells from getting Scrooge’s Number One Dime.
The game features 60 levels, which includes the top 10 levels from the first game. Additionally, players can unlock web codes, which are used to unlock levels on a free web game.
Living Mobile, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Walt Disney Internet Group, is releasing a brand new mobile game, entitled My Little Dogs: Kawaii Dogs, created by Bandai S.A. and Bandai Networks Company Limited of Japan, part of the Bandai Namco Group.