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EA's CEO on lessons learned from mobile Dungeon Keeper

With Dungeon Keeper's frequent ultimatum of giving into micro transactions or waiting hours to make another move, EA's mobile revival of the evil lair builder didn't win over many fans, new or old. Its reputation as one of the least player-friendly examples of free-to-play gaming was rampant...

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Pier Solar HD stalled by certification, additions detailed

Pier Solar HD developer WaterMelon Co. is releasing its touched-up Mega Drive and Sega Genesis RPG on more than 10 platforms, and understandably, they've hit a bit of a snare this week in the certification process: While the build that WaterMelon submitted to Valve was cleared for release on...

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The Room Two among free apps on Amazon App Store through tomorrow

Amazon is offering 31 paid apps for free in its Android marketplace today and tomorrow. Of the premium apps available for free through Saturday on the Amazon App Store, 14 are games. The discounted games include Fireproof's puzzler The Room Two as well as Sega's Android version of Sonic the...

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Leo's Fortune looking for gold on Android next month

Furball platformer Leo's Fortune is continuing its search for missing gold, as it will launch next month on Android. It is slated to reach the Google Play store on July 10, nearly two months after it arrived on iOS in May. Leo's Fortune stars a fuzzy blue ball with a mustache named Leo, who is...

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Joystiq Deals: HTML5 E-Learning Bundle, Deus Ex HR, Transistor

Attention developers! Looking for an easy way to learn HTML5 so you can produce mobile apps? Joystiq Deals has what you need in the HTML5 App Developer E-Learning Bundle, an online resource that offers over 23 hours of training courses that cover cross-platform mobile development. Normally priced...

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Bounden brings its dancing charm to Android next week

Following a short delay, developer Game Oven has revealed that Bounden will dance its way onto Android devices on July 3. Though Bounden prompts players to dance, it can't properly be described as a traditional rhythm game. Game Oven has worked in collaboration with dancers from the Dutch...

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Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake dev accused of stealing artwork [Update]

Monsters Ate My Birthday Cake has been accused of copying its map artwork from another artist, Athens, Greece-based Ilias Sounas. The illustrator posted a blog comparing art they completed in 2012 for Karios Games' MonsterUp Adventures to that of SleepNinja's game, which was funded on Kickstarter...

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The World Ends With You Solo Remix ends up on Android too

Nearly two years after launching on iOS, the mobile version of The World Ends With You is available now for Android devices - and that's lovely. Meanwhile, a Joystiq editor ponders an alternative reality in which Square Enix releases the had-to-be-titled sequel The World Ends With Wii U. Sigh. ...

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Musical brawler The Rhythm of Fighters out now on iOS, Android

SNK Playmore has released The Rhythm of Fighters, a touchscreen-based iOS and Android rhythm game based on its long-running King of Fighters franchise. Similar in setup to SNK's Dreamcast obscurity Cool Cool Toon, The Rhythm of Fighters challenges players to tap and swipe the screen according to...

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El Banner Saga now available in six new languages

Slaying creatures of Nordic myth is great fun in English - our four of five stars review states as much - but for those who don't habla ingles, developer Stoic Studio has localized The Banner Saga for a handful of new languages. You've probably already guessed that Spanish is among the six new...

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