Roadhouse Interactive has announced the launch of Red Bull Air Race – The Game on iOS and Android devices. Published by Red Bull Media House, the game was created in partnership with the real Red Bull Air Race team, and challenges players to complete flying obstacle courses using one of six aircraft. The game offers both career and tournament modes, with 55 unique courses, nine different worldwide locations and over 200 races to complete in the campaign.
After a successful launch on Facebook, Ludia has released its pachinko-inspired Pako King: DreamWorks Adventures on iOS and Android devices. The game stars famous DreamWorks Animation film characters, including those from Shrek, Kung Fu Panda and Madagascar, and asks players to shoot balls at peg formations on the screen to remove key red pegs and earn points before running out of shots.
After releasing on Steam in May, Osao Games’ Chronology has been released on iPhone and iPad devices. The steampunk-themed, time-traveling puzzle platformer has been “improved and remastered” for this mobile release, and sees players following an inventor and his companion snail as they complete levels by twisting time around them.
Since the launch of Disney’s Star Wars: Commander on August 21, over five million players have joined the Galactic Civil War on iOS devices. In the base-building combat game, players have the option to back either the Rebel forces or the Empire, defeating units on the other team through story-based missions. So far, the good guys aren’t exactly winning, as the worldwide player base skews toward the Dark Side, with 52.4 percent backing the Empire, and 47.59 percent siding with the Rebels.
Gameloft and Marvel have launched Spider-Man Unlimited on smartphone and tablet devices, giving players access to a new experience called a “web-runner.” The game is a take on the popular endless runner genre, and sees players racing across the rooftops of New York City, as well as swinging between buildings, in an effort to defeat Spider-Man’s enemies.
EA Mobile has announced some of its plans for mobile releases over the next year, with “a dozen” games in the pipeline. These include FIFA 15 Ultimate Team, which will launch later this month, along with Peggle Blast and SimCity BuildIt, the newest installments in the popular puzzle and city-building franchises, respectively.
EA Mobile has announced the newest update in its popular life simulation game The Sims FreePlay. Entitled “Pet Paradise,” this update introduces a new location for pets to explore within the game, new hobbies themed around cats and dogs, a new personality type for animal-loving Sims and new accessory items to purchase in the game’s Pet Salon.
Cashsquare’s real estate management simulation game has found new life on iOS devices, as new users are joining the app to purchase real-world businesses and build their empires. While the app was first released a year ago, it’s been redeveloped and offers a “completely new user experience” for players. In Cashsquare, users purchase real-world businesses, earning income over time, with Foursquare / Swarm integration also playing a role in earning rental income within the game.
Disney has launched its biggest update yet for Frozen Free Fall on mobile devices. The update brings summer fun to the game, complete with a new map of 30 “sunny and bright” levels for players to complete. Specifically, players will join Olaf the snowman to clear levels, as they work to make matches with gems and earn points.
DeNA has released Robot Dance Party on iOS and Android devices, introducing players to a new rhythm game experience that follows robots who want to let out some steam on the dance floor. Players can create their own robots and take them into dance battles, tapping, sliding or tapping and holding on the screen as prompts appear throughout each song.
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