The free-to-play mobile strategy game, The Hobbit: Kingdoms of Middle-Earth, is getting a timely update today in anticipation of the release of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug on December 13, 2013. Both Android and iOS users can now grab The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Expansion Pack for free from Google Play, or the App Store, to add a
It often seems that strategy titles are becoming more synonymous with mobile devices than ever before. Perhaps this is largely due to the genre’s mechanics translating easily to touch-based controls or maybe even a form of escapism – a way for average Joes to feel like they have some form of power outside of the
Telltale’s The Wolf Among Us game is finally headed to the iOS app store, and should be available sometime this evening, so don’t go looking for it quite yet. The first episode will cost $4.99, and when you buy it you can choose to unlock the season pass from within the app to get access
Star Wars: Tiny Death Star is a free-to-play mobile game for the Android, iOS, and Windows phone platforms that’s actually quite fun to play. The game liberally borrows its concept from the Tiny Tower franchise, but it does so using the Star Wars license, so it’s hard not to be drawn into its 8-bit charm.
Football Heroes is a new free-to-play game for the iOS and Android (not available yet) platforms that sports the marketable tagline – “Football + Beat ‘Em Up + RPG.” After spending the last couple of days with it, it’s safe to say that Run Games’ marketing department was spot on with Football Heroes’ description. This
The free-to-play video game movement is here to stay and in full swing, especially on mobile devices featuring the iOS and Android platforms. Some free-to-play games are nothing more than a trap to get you to spend tons of cash through in-app purchases, but others provide great amounts of value that don’t require any money