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All Articles by Paul Acevedo

Behold the first footage of Order & Chaos Online 2

Gameloft has just released footage and details describing some of Order & Chaos Online 2's features. Two big changes are the additions of 'Instant Quests' and Solo Dungeons. We got an early glimpse of both modes, and now I'm here to tell you all about them. Read on for details and our gameplay video with commentary!

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Game Insight will reinvent city building games with My Country 3D on iOS

The next step for the My Country series, My Country 3D, will allow players to grow and manage a thriving city from a bird's eye view all the way down to street level, interacting with individual citizens and taking care of their needs. Read on for our detailed preview with exclusive screenshots!

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Exclusive look at the next big update for cross-platform strategy game Cloud Raiders

During a recent visit to Game Insight, we checked out the next update for multiplayer raiding game Cloud Raiders. No other raiding game is fully cross-platform between Windows, Android, and iOS. Read on to learn what's coming next to Cloud Raiders, complete with hands-on video!

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Simpsons Tapped Out and Family Guy Quest for Stuff get new stuff

Two big city building games just got major updates. The Simpsons Tapped Out now features the fabled Monorail, as seen in the classic episode ‘Marge vs. The Monorail.’ And Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff has a star-studded event called ‘Peterpalooza’ going on right now. Read on for full details!

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper gets enemy HP bars and more in second major update

Free to play mobile RPG Final Fantasy Record Keeper combines characters and scenarios from across the Final Fantasy series. It has just received its second major update that tweaks characters, adds enemy HP bars, and much more. Read on for our in-depth look at Record Keeper's new features!

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Gameloft announces new mobile MMORPG Order & Chaos Online 2: Redemption

Order & Chaos Online is an epic fantasy MMORPG patterned after World of Warcraft. Although amazing for its time, the game has begun to show its age in recent years. Luckily, Gameloft has just announced that Order & Chaos Online 2 will be coming to mobile platforms later this year!

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Fruit Attacks has invaded, so get ready to blast some fruit

In Fruit Attacks, players must blast an army of alien fruits out of the sky before they destroy our world. With a unique two-touch aiming system, vibrant art, and lots of stuff to collect and upgrade, Fruit Attacks might be freshest puzzle game you've played in ages. Read on for details!

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Cityglance, the social networking app for commuters, arrives in the US

Already successful in Europe, social networking app Cityglance has just extended its reach to the United States as well. They call it the world's first social app designed for commuters, and it promises to make your trip better anywhere. And hey, it's free.

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Beautiful platformer Adventures of Pip hops onto iOS

Adventures of Pip is a full-sized platformer starring a tiny pixel which can transform into 16-bit and 32-bit forms in order to deal with enemies and solve puzzles. After launching on Mac, Adventures of Pip has arrived on iOS with controller support. And for the first week, it's on sale for $4.99.

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Final Fantasy Record Keeper gets first major update, lets you break through the level cap

Free to play mobile RPG Final Fantasy Record Keeper combined characters and scenarios from across the Final Fantasy series. It has just received a major update that bumps up the level limit and adds new quest and social systems. Read on for our in-depth look at Record Keeper's new features!

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Marvel Future Fight is the mobile superhero game you've been waiting for

Avengers: Age of Ultron opens tomorrow in the US. It has been three long years since we've seen Marvel's squad of superheroes team up against a common foe, and fans are hyped! What better way get even more hyped before the film (or keep the hype going after it ends) than a game featuring not only all of the Avengers, but also loads more Marvel characters all teaming up to save the world?

Today Netmarble released just such a game on mobile: Marvel Future Fight. The game lets players collect and build up a team of good and bad guys from the Marvel movies and comics and then put them to work stopping an interdimensional threat. Most excitingly, Marvel Future Fight actually looks and plays really well – it's practically a successor to the Marvel Ultimate Alliance series.

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Relive classic RPG moments in Final Fantasy: Record Keeper

Last week Square Enix announced that their popular Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG) Final Fantasy XI will be coming to mobile in 2016. Mobile Final Fantasy fans need not wait for next year for a new Final Fantasy game, luckily! Final Fantasy: Record Keeper from DeNA and Square Enix has just launched on iOS and Android.

Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is the first mobile Final Fantasy game to bring classic moments from the entire series to life. Think of it as a greatest hits release, with players able to recruit famous Final Fantasy heroes like Cloud and Lightning and participate in battles from beloved games in the series. Record Keeper is free to play and quite a lot of fun for RPG fans. Read on for our quick impressions!

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Final Fantasy XI is coming to mobile next year

Role-playing game fans can find plenty of mobile Final Fantasy games on the market, with several more like Final Fantasy: Brave Exvius and Final Fantasy Legends: The Space-Time Crystal due out this year. On the whole, they range from re-releases of classics to mash ups of characters from various games to original titles bearing the Final Fantasy name. But there has never been a mobile Final Fantasy MMO in the vein of Final Fantasy XI and XIV… until now.

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We went to the Tales from the Borderlands premiere and lived to Tell the Tale

Tales from the Borderlands is a brand-new episodic adventure game set within the Borderlands universe. A collaboration between Telltale Games and Gearbox Software, Tales is the most story-driven Borderlands game yet. Players can grab the episodes individually as they are released, or opt for a season pass to get all five episodes for a little cheaper. The first episode is already available on Xbox One and 360, Playstation 3 and 4, and PC and Mac, with the Android and iOS versions sometime thereafter.

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Rock and sock some robots in Ironkill

The movie Reel Steel might have been fairly forgettable, but the two mobile games based on it have enjoyed a fair little following. The team leads from the mobile Reel Steel and Total Recall titles have left Reliance Entertainment in order to form their own studio, Play Motion. And Play Motion's first game sticks with what they know: robots punching other robots.

Ironkill has just launched on Android and iOS as a free to play title. Players can collect and upgrade a wide assortment of stylized robots, and then journey across a post-apocalyptic map to battle it out against other robot trainers. With solid graphics and simple controls, Ironkill promises plenty of fun robot-on-robot violence.

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Run, jump, and squash bugs in Flyhunter Origins

Nobody likes flies. I mean, David Cronenberg's movie The Fly, sure. But real flies, we instinctively want to swat them. When you hit one, it's just so satisfying. Why not make a game about hunting those pesky flies then?

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Spider-Man Unlimited update weaves in new levels

Spider-Man Unlimited arrived on mobile back in September. The game instantly webbed me with its great graphics, a huge array of collectible characters, and overall excellent use of the Spider-Man license. But I also caught many bugs in my review that I hoped would be fixed before long.

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Collect heroes to battle in Lord of the Rings: Legends of Middle-Earth

Console gamers everywhere have been enthralled with Shadow of Mordor, an action-heavy game based on the universe created by J.R.R. Tolkien. While we don't have a mobile version of Shadow of Mordor to play, Kabam and Warner Bros. Interactive released a Middle-Earth game of their own – Lord of the Rings: Legends of Middle Earth.

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Squawkin messaging app gives flexibility and control over messages and privacy

Social networking and communication apps are all too common on mobile platforms nowadays. That doesn't mean someone can't come along and make a better app, though. Squawkin is a new free social communication app for Android and iOS that aims to do just that.

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Fight for the forest in Animals vs Mutants

Netmarble is South Korea's largest mobile game publisher, but they've never had much of a US presence – until now. The newly-formed Netmarble US has just released its first game: Animals vs. Mutants. It's available for free on both Android and iOS.

Sure, Animals vs. Mutants is a different name for a game. But not that long ago, you'd have said the same about Plants vs. Zombies. The concept is sound – an evil scientist has started experimenting on woodland critters, turning them into malicious mutants. Only the player can rescue the remaining animals, by fighting it out on foot and summoning animal helpers to aid in the battle.

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