Activision’s Wipeout 2 has splashed onto iOS, Android and Kindle Fire devices, bringing players back into the world of the reality television show that challenges contestants to complete obstacle courses without falling into a pool of water below. The action platforming game sees players running across the screen, using swipe controls to jump or slide under obstacles at the proper time.
EA Mobile has announced its newest content update in The Simpsons: Tapped Out on mobile. This game-changing update takes a stab at the many base-building combat games on mobile devices, and sees players building up their own troops before sending them into battle against their neighbors.
2K has today announced the launch of WWE SuperCard on iOS, Android and Kindle Fire devices. The card collection and battle game sees users collecting more than 400 cards, representing current WWE Superstars and Divas, as well as WWE Legends and helper materials that give players an edge during battle.
Developed by 2K studio Cat Daddy Games, WWE SuperCard is very similar to another of the developer’s games, MyNBA2K14, but instead of basketball, the focus here is on wrestling.
Activision has announced the upcoming release of Skylanders Trap Team on tablet devices. This won’t be the first time the Skylanders brand has appeared on mobile, as Skylanders Battlegrounds (for one) was released with its own mobile-specific starter pack in 2012. However, Trap Team marks the first time a full Skylanders game will be available on tablets, as well as consoles.
High School Story developer Pixelberry Studios has released its high school simulation game on Kindle devices. Already available on iOS and Android, High School Story allows players to build the high school of their dreams, completing dozens of story missions that introduce players to all kinds of students, from preps and jocks to slackers and even the homecoming queen.
You Don’t Know Jack developer Jackbox Games has announced the launch of Word Puttz on mobile, combining word games with a miniature golf course. In each level, the game challenges players to create words to form a path the golf ball can take to the hole, earning points related to the quality of their words.
Marvelous Games, best known for its involvement with console games like Harvest Moon and No More Heroes, has announced the release of a casual mobile game on iOS and Kindle: Puzzle Coaster. The game takes players to the theme park and allows them to build and test their own roller coasters with the goal of safely transporting a train full of passengers from the beginning station to the end.
Jackbox Games has announced an exciting update for You Don’t Know Jack players on Facebook and mobile, as the game has transitioned into an unlimited free daily play format. This includes access to all current and new episodes on Facebook, iOS, Google Play and Kindle.
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