Double Fine is publishing the next game from Playables, the makers of the wonderfully weird Plug & Play. It’s called KIDS, and it’s described as a project about “the psychology of the group” in which you move against crowds. The game will be out this year on PC/mobile alongside a film and a full-blown art exhibition.
Free-to-play hero shooter Paladins has always invited comparisons to Overwatch. There’s a tanky knight character with a deployable shield and a bearded dwarf who builds turrets. While developer Hi-Rez Studios has always denied cloning Blizzard’s game, a mobile port of Paladins lifted artwork from the game, a foul the…
Gudetama Tap is a very cute waste of time. As a Gudetama enthusiast, I can appreciate that.
Over the weekend, Square Enix held a live Star Ocean event in Japan that brought together fans of the RPG series with creators and voice actors for a day of livestreamed festivities. Fans hoping to get news on a new Star Ocean for consoles had their hopes dashed, though, as the spotlight was firmly pointed on the…
Ever wanted to play a game from your Steam library, but also felt like, if you got out of bed, you’d have to face a spiteful, uncaring world? Soon, Steam will have a solution to that: free apps that let you stream Steam games (and movies) to your phone.
Hogwarts Mystery, a new mobile game based on the popular fantasy books, can be fun, but a lot of its content is gated behind some gnarly microtransactions. Harry Potter fans are not pleased.
Nintendo just announced that it’s working with Cygames on an all-new RPG for mobile devices. The game is called Dragalia Lost.
The new Harry Potter mobile game is fun, but you’re gonna be shelling out your Galleons if you want to make the most of it. By Galleons I mean dollars.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp just got loot boxes in its latest update. Thanks, I hate it!
App stores are currently overrun with battle royale games that I will generously say are heavily inspired by PUBG and Fortnite. It’s a wild west out there, but amidst all the copy-catting, two games plucked from the masses are being taken to court by PUBG Corp., the company running PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.
You can now officially stop begging people for invites to Fortnite mobile, as the portable battle royale game is now downloadable to anyone on iOS and other Apple platforms.
Vandals is a turn-based graffiti game. You sneak around cities like Tokyo and Paris while avoiding cops, dogs, and other authorities who hate it when walls look cool. The game will include works from over 40 real-life street artists and teach players how they’ve influenced culture. It’ll be out next month.
PUBG Mobile players struggling to survive the grand battle royale have a new problem to worry about. Crafty players using emulation and computer mouse and keyboard are playing the game, facing down other players with a massive advantage.
10 years after his last game, designer Will Wright is back with a new project called Proxi, a mobile game where players make entire worlds out of past memories.
PUBG Mobile is live in the US for iOS and Android. Our colleagues at Kotaku UK liked what they played of it last week via its Canadian soft launch.
Today, the hottest game on earth launched on the most ubiquitous device around. While Fortnite on mobile is only rolling out to a select group on iOS for testing purposes, I got a chance to play around with it some. I’ve walked away surprised at how well Fortnite runs on my phone, though it did have some cumbersome…
Ark: Survival Evolved, famed mushroom trip and monster crapping simulator, is coming to mobile phones. The pint-sized port should be the perfect outlet for anyone who can’t wait to get home before satisfying their naked dinosaur hunting urges.
Abhishek Singh, creator of that very cool first-person Mario experience for the HoloLens, is back with a home-made version of Street Fighter that projects the action to anywhere you can point your phone screen at.
There’s a Westworld video game coming, and while a PC management sim or quick-and-dirty console shooter may seem like the obvious adaptation options, Warner Bros. is taking a more mobile approach.
Google’s already tossed Pac Man into its maps—now it’s Mario’s turn to shine. To celebrate Mario Day, users of the Google Maps phone app can now send their favorite plumber karting around their neighborhood.