Tweet Starting now, Gameloft have launched two new ID Packs on Sprint and feature games, wallpapers, and widgets that showcase Gameloft’s wide variety of titles for Android. Both packs are free for download if you are on Sprint’s Everything Data plan. Future plans in store for the ID packs is an RSS feed fo Gameloft and even […]
Tweet Gameloft announced today that they have optimized five titles that will be directly accessible on Sony’s upcoming tablets, the Tablet S and Tablet P. The games include Asphalt 6: Adrenaline HD, N.O.V.A. 2 HD, Real Soccer 2011 HD, Spider-Man: Total Mayhem HD, and Green Farm HD. “The convergence of high performance, a stunning display, and […]
Tweet If you are in the Los Angeles area next Tuesday (the 20th), you might want to sign up for a 3D gaming tournament which LG and Gameloft are putting together to hype up the release of the LG Thrill 4G. Contestants will compete in an online battle using the game N.O.V.A., and we are assuming the […]
Tweet Just like Hulu, The New York Times, and many others, Gameloft announced this morning a new subscription service called Android HD+. The service will allow the download of one game per week for just £0.99. However, for a short time Gameloft is also offering an extra game free after you sign up. To take advantage […]
Tweet Hey Texas Hold’em fans, Zynga Poker is now available on the Android Market. In case you’re not familiar with Zynga Texas Hold’em, they have an “ok” user base of about 6 million users on Facebook (Like Droid-Life on FB) so needless to say, they have a pretty polished Android app. Zynga Poker allows you […]
Tweet “By end of year, we project earnings of over $1 million per month with the ad-supported version of Angry Birds,” says Peter Vesterbacka, the CEO of Rovio and the mastermind behind one of the most popular games in the world. Think about that number for a second. A free game, downloaded over 8 million […]
Tweet Well it was bound to happen sooner or later, World of Warcraft has landed on Android (sort of). Using the same sort of cloud-based trickery as their Google TV WoW demo, GameString has gotten their system running on a HTC Desire. More info and video available after the break.