Warhammer goes mobile

Dark Light
Archive for the ‘iPhone’ Category
  • Warhammer goes mobile

    0 CommentsPosted by Jon Martindale on August 21, 2012 under Featured, Mobile, iPad, iPhone
    A short teaser trailer for a new iOS game based in the Warhammer universe has been released, making this the first time Games Workshop (GW) has allowed its IP be used for a mobile title. Warhammer Quest, presumably named after the dungeon crawling, RPG board game by the same name (it certainly features the same logo), is set to be officially unveiled at the GW Games Day on 23rd September. Accor... more.
  • The Mobile Substitute for Time-Intensive Games Like WoW

    0 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on July 25, 2012 under Mobile, iPhone
    I made the trek up to Seattle this week for the game conference Casual Connect, during which the mobile gaming space is being emphasized just as strongly as it was at Mobile Gaming USA in San Francisco. As a console-based gamer as opposed to a mobile gamer, I found myself wondering, “Is there space for gamers within the mobile gaming arena?”  Sounds rather counterintuitive and quite fr... more.
  • A Quest to Revive One of the Most Influential Games of All Time

    0 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on June 23, 2012 under Featured, Mobile, iPhone
    Kickstarter is the place where independent developers go to fulfill their dreams, through the donations of enthusiastic individuals who want to see those dreams come to life.  Here is the tale of one of those dreams. DreamQuest Games focuses on rendering old classics into games with a modern twist.  The company’s newest project is a spinoff of one of the world’s most influential games M.U... more.
  • From World Domination to World Peace: How One Middle Eastern Game Developer is Shaking Things Up

    0 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on June 21, 2012 under Mobile, iPhone
    How can video games combat socially engrained stereotypes while also being fun?  Well, a company in Beirut, Lebanon makes it seem easy. Game Cooks is a team of five developers working to alleviate stereotypes and promote peace.  Their newest game, Run for Peace, is set for release in just one week and follows the adventure of a boy named Salim as he travels through the Middle East and brings ... more.
  • What’s Happening to Social Gaming in Japan?

    0 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on May 18, 2012 under Mobile, iPhone
    Depending on who you talk to, gambling is either a fantastic invention due to the extraordinary revenue it yields, or gambling is an atrocity due to its excellence in wiping out bank accounts.  In many places around the world, gambling is illegal, yet in some places, it is encouraged (ex. Las Vegas).  In the US, gambling laws vary not only between states but also between specific regions within ... more.
  • The Location-Based Gaming Phenomenon: Get Ready to Run from Your Actual Zombified Neighbors

    1 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on May 12, 2012 under Mobile, iPhone
    Ever hear of location-based gaming?  At the Mobile Gaming USA conference, I had the opportunity to meet with PerBlue – creators of the first GPS-based MMORPG for iPhones and Androids – and 2clams – creators of location-based action games. Until yesterday, I had never heard of location-based gaming, so I was blown away by content of these games – using your phone and your own two legs (... more.
  • Taking Classic Games Mobile – A Presentation by Atari’s VP of Mobile Games

    0 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on May 11, 2012 under Featured, Mobile, iPhone
    These next few articles will focus on the topics discussed at San Francisco’s Mobile Gaming conference, which took place at Japantown May 9th to May 10th and covered a variety of topics ranging from mobile gaming analytics to game localization to zombie wars to game apps designed for children.  (It was honestly a coincidence that at the beginning of this week, I happened to write an article on ... more.
  • GameStop’s Challenge – Maintaining Investors and Consumers in an Increasingly Digital World

    0 CommentsPosted by Karin E. Skoog on April 4, 2012 under Mobile, iPhone
    As Steam, social online gaming, and other digital game download options have increased in popularity, investors are left with a pessimistic view of the future of game stores, including the game store giant GameStop. Shareholders are afraid GameStop’s future may very well resemble the movie rental chain Blockbuster, which faced its demise in the wake of Netflix.  Consumers simply prefer the c... more.
  • Free range? Free Rage!

    0 CommentsPosted by Max Smolaks on August 23, 2011 under Mobile, iPad, iPhone
    It has been called 'the best looking game on iPhone' -- and now, you can get it for free! Bethesda Studios ran an unusual promotion this month, trying to get 100,000 people to 'like' the Facebook RAGE page. The gaming community fulfilled the quota, and now you can download the Rage HD for iOS without spending a penny.   Be quick though, you have until 25th, when the price reverts to £1.19. Go... more.
  • Quarrel coming to XBox 360

    0 CommentsPosted by Dave Mack on August 16, 2011 under Featured, Mobile, PS3 News, Playstation 3, X360 News, Xbox 360, iPhone
    UTV Ignition Games has already announced Quarrel is to be released on iOS this summer. In addition it will be released on the XBox 360 platform later this year. Let's take a quick look at the initial trailer for the game, and give our readers a quick overview of what to expect. Quarrel is a puzzle based game and might attract fans of games like Scrabble. We have read rumours about this bein... more.
Page 1 of 512345
Latest News Latest Previews Similar Posts Latest Reviews Related Posts