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Nintendo had no problem selling its first mobile title, Miitomo, to the masses. Japan ate it right up, and America followed suit. What's next? Today during their financial earnings report, Nintendo revealed what they were thinking of: Fire Emblem and...
Apple using Adventure Time fans in the UK can now enjoy the brand new 'BMO Snaps' game from Cartoon Network, helping to save Ooo and document its history. When Princess Bubblegum's hair gets stuck in the workings of the hologram...
Plumbers in training can now test their skills with the Ben 10 Omniverse: Undertown Chase game, available in the United Kingdom on both iOS and Android. Based on the latest incarnation of the popular action-comedy show, the game can be...
Following on from successful distribution in the US, Cartoon Network UK have announced that the channel's Anything app will be released in EMEA countries from the end of October. Supported by both iOS and Android, Cartoon Network Anything is focussed...
Cartoon Network UK have revealed a brand new mobile game inspired by hit series The Amazing World of Gumball. Players assume the role of impressionable father Richard Watterson as he sets out to break a no-trousers world record. Gumball and Darwin...
The company behind all things Pokemon is going aggressively after kids who own tablets this summer, expanding the digital Poke-presence with the apps Camp Pokemon and Pokemon TV. Both apps serve different portions of the fanbase. The Camp Pokemon app...
Cartoon Network announced a redesign for its phone and tablet app at SDCC. The revamped app will feature easier navigation and a greater emphasis on video content. Full episodes from all currently-running CN programs will be streamable at any...
Today, The Pokemon Company International announced Pokemon Jukebox, an Android app that brings together over 200 melodies from the history of the Pokemon video game franchise. In the first month tunes will be available from Pokémon Red, Blue, FireRed,...
If Square-Enix made anything clear this morning at E3, it's that their production speed is ramping up and they've got a lot of products coming through the assembly line over the next twelve months. In order for their consumers...
Sega is moving some of its older mobile games out of the app store but has not yet revealed which games will be on the business end of the axe. Sega did, however, in a press release, hint at...