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News: Does This iOS Monster Battling Game Remind You of Anything?

Does This iOS Monster Battling Game Remind You of Anything?

Poké us if you have an answer

iOS gamers will be used to the endless production line of clones on the App Store by now; for every Angry Birds and New Star Soccer, there are countless derivative works which simply rip off the efforts of others for easy gain. It's one of the main reasons why mobile gaming leaves a sour taste in the mouths of many...

News: Mario Kart 7 Mobile App Makes Kart Combos Clearer

Mario Kart 7 Mobile App Makes Kart Combos Clearer

Take advantage

With so many different kart pieces to unlock in Mario Kart 7, it can be tough knowing what's what and how to maximise your kart's abilities for land, sea and air. That's where the Combo Explorer app for iOS and Android can come in handy. The application lets you create a custom kart from all in-game parts and see how it stacks up...

News: Nintendo Faces More Calls to Embrace Mobile

Nintendo Faces More Calls to Embrace Mobile

Everyone's in on the act

Andy Payne, chairman of UK Interactive Entertainment — the UK's games industry trade association — is the latest in a long line of industry notables to call on Nintendo to create games for smartphones. Speaking at Liverpool's Develop conference, Payne spoke in response to an audience statement that platform exclusivity...

News: Reggie: "Mobile Games Would Go Against Our Beliefs"

Reggie: "Mobile Games Would Go Against Our Beliefs"

Won't be doing that, then

While the wider games industry continues to argue that Nintendo should move into the smartphone game space, Nintendo's top brass are sticking by their guns and saying "no, thank you." The latest to speak up is Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime, who talked to Games.com about the company's stance. Asked...

Talking Point: Nintendo has Nothing to Fear from Mobile Games

Nintendo has Nothing to Fear from Mobile Games

Why the rise of mobile gaming won't destroy Nintendo's handheld dominance

These days it almost goes without saying that most gamers own some kind of mobile phone, and a staggering majority of those devices are capable of playing moderately entertaining games. Indeed, Apple's iPhone platform has been graced with some maddeningly addictive titles, such as Angry Birds, Infinity Blade, Canabalt and..

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