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Kingdom Hearts: Project Xehanort announced for Android and iOS

Kingdom Hearts returns to be talked about, thanks to the announcement of "Project Xehanort", the new game for Android and iOs devices. At the moment Square Enix has released little information about the new Kingdom title ...
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Pokémon GO never so good: in 2019 revenues close to 900 million dollars

Pokémon GO's revenues in 2019 have been the highest ever since the game hit iOS and Android devices.

Mario Kart Tour, multiplayer beta available

The Mario Kart Tour multiplayer beta has officially begun. Multiplayer is available for all those who have decided to sign up for the $ 4,99 monthly Gold Pass subscription. Nintendo has confirmed that the ...

Mario Kart Tour in the future will introduce multiplayer

According to what can be read from the Mario Kart Tour menus, a multiplayer mode will be introduced in the game in the future.
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Play Pass is Google's answer to Apple Arcade

Google has launched its new Play Pass service, which like the Apple Arcade service offers a subscription with games and apps on smartphones.
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Call of Duty Mobile in October between Battle Royale and references from the past

Activision and Tencent have announced that Call of Duty Mobile will arrive on iOS and Android devices in October, with many methods and references to the past.

Joker has targeted Android devices

The Joker starring Joaquin Phoenix has already begun the conquest of American cinemas; meanwhile one of his namesake has undertaken another and far more dangerous one: the one to the smartphones in your pockets, ...

Pokémon Masters is full of money thanks to microtransactions

Thanks to the microtransactions, Pokémon Masters gained over 26 million dollars worldwide in the first week of its launch.

Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD, online a curious update

Sega has just released a new update for Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD. Thanks to this update, players will be able to face ...

Tetris (of EA) is dead, long live Tetris (of N3twork)!

Electronic Arts has announced the end of support for its Tetris games, but the puzzle game will still live thanks to a new developer and publisher.

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