Zynga has announced the launch of NFL Showdown on iOS and Android devices. The game is the first release under the company’s Zynga Sports 365 multi-game brand, and allows users to manage their own NFL team with the ultimate goal of winning the Super Bowl. Via partnerships with the NFL and NFL Players Inc., the game contains real NFL teams and athlete names for an authentic experience.
Rovio has today launched the latest installment in its massively popular Angry Birds franchise: Angry Birds Stella. The game is centered around a cute pink bird named Stella, who must protect her home from the evil “Bad Princess.” The Princess is using pigs as her minions, so players will need to fling Stella and her friends at new pig-filled strongholds to earn stars on each of the game’s 120+ levels.
Social and mobile game company King has announced the launch of Diamond Digger Saga on mobile devices. The match-three game was originally released on Facebook earlier this year, and challenges players to dig their way into the ground, spreading water through their created tunnels to complete quests. The game offers cross-platform support, allowing existing Facebook players to connect to their accounts and begin playing where they left off.
Reward card storage app Stocard has officially launched on iOS and Android devices in the US, giving shoppers a new outlet for storing their store-specific loyalty and rewards cards on their smartphones, thereby eliminating the need to carry all of their physical cards in their wallet or purse. The app has previously found success throughout Europe, with over 2.5 million users in 16 countries.
Bandai Namco Games has released its latest game on iOS and Android devices. Developed by Invictus Games, Jewel Fight: Heroes of Legend offers match-three puzzle combat, as players are taken to Wildmoon, a world of fantasy, where they’ll choose from three classes (warrior, rogue or mage) and take to battle against AI enemies in both a single-player story mode, as well as a multiplayer challenge arena.
After releasing on iOS in 2013, sports app Sqor has come to Google Play, giving Android users a new way to follow their favorite college-level or professional athletes and teams in one place. The app allows users to follow individual athletes or complete teams, with a specific focus on “the relationship between the athlete and the fan.” Sqor tracks not only news articles about athletes and teams, but also shows updates from their social media accounts in a user’s personalized news feed.
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