With Easter right around the corner, mobile game developer and publisher Game Insight has announced a variety of Easter-themed content updates across its many games on iOS, Android and Facebook. From Mystery Manor to The Tribez, fans of Game Insight’s titles have lots to keep them busy this Easter season.
Restaurant discovery platform Taste Savant has announced the launch of its mobile application on iOS, which aims to help users discover the best restaurants through its recommendation platform. The Taste Savant app features location-based searching, reviews and more, and offers support for restaurant reservations and order deliveries.
Mobile game company DeNA has announced the release of Isolani on iOS devices. The first-person-shooter takes players to the distant future, in a world controlled by robots. Players will complete missions to save fellow survivors, collecting multiple weapons and eliminating robotic enemies in the process.
Square Enix has announced the launch of Hitman GO on iOS devices, bringing the famous Agent 47 to mobile devices in a turn-based puzzle game. Hitman GO was built to incorporate the franchise’s core mechanics (those seen in the brand’s many console games), like disguises, distractions and weapon variety, but offers the simplest possible game to appeal to the most players.
Disney Interactive has further expanded its “Where’s My…?” franchise with the release of Where’s My XYY? on iOS, Android and Windows. The game stars China’s most popular TV cartoon character, a sheep named XiYangYang (XYY), as players are challenged with guiding water through dirt to help XYY defeat the Big Bad Wolf.
After a soft-launch in limited markets, Zynga has announced the worldwide release of FarmVille 2: Country Escape on iOS and Android devices. The game is a brand new experience in the FarmVille franchise, which sees players starting a new farm near the coast as they craft and sell a variety of crops and resources.
While a new game, FarmVille 2: Country Escape does connect to the Facebook version of FarmVille 2, as players will be able to send valuable resources between both farms to make extra progress.
The folks at Cover are looking to change the way consumers pay for their meals at restaurants with their Cover iPhone app. The app is supported at over 80 restaurants throughout the New York City / Brooklyn area, and allows users to pay for their meals via information stored within the app, without waiting for a bill. Since launch last Summer, the mobile payment app has grown to process $100,000 each month.
EA Mobile has launched a whimsical Easter update in The Simpsons: Tapped Out, bringing a series of quests to players and challenging them to learn just how the Easter Bunny became associated with laying eggs. What’s more, the bunnies in Springfield aren’t the nicest creatures around, so players must grab a bunny stunner to make it through this event in one piece.
Restaurant reservations platform Table8 has officially launched on iOS and Android devices, giving users a hassle-free way to score tables at popular restaurants, without the need to reserve their spot days or weeks in advance. Now available in the San Francisco area, Table8 supports both restaurants and consumers with its fee-based service.
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