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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.

Pokémon Masters, 10 million downloads

Pokémon Masters, which we reviewed a few days ago, has reached the mammoth amount of 10 million downloads in just 4 days. The game was launched on iOS and Android on August 29 and ...

Pokémon Masters - here are all the details of the title for iOS and Android

Pokémon Masters is finally available for free on iOS and Android. A Star2Com press release reveals all the details of the new video game with collectable creatures. Are you ready to become the greatest ...

Mario Kart Tour - the release date set for September unveiled

Nintendo, like a bolt from the blue, through its social channels, has revealed the release date of one of its most anticipated mobile titles: Mario Kart Tour. The video game will be available for devices ...

Huawei - The new operating system will be called HarmonyOS

Huawei has officially announced HarmonyOS, the operating system that was rumored to be in development to replace the abandonment of Android. In China the software will be known as Hongmeng. The company claims that the operating system, based ...
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Dr. Mario World exceeds five million downloads

The Sensor Tower website provided a first look at Dr. Mario World downloads, the latest Nintendo title published on Android and iOS devices. In its first week, the game has exceeded five ...

Borderlands® 3 Redefines Mayhem; Establishes Franchise as Billion Dollar Global Brand

Latest installment in genre-defining, shooter-looter series sold-in more than 5 Borderlands 3 the fastest-selling title ...

Epic Games Store has paid more than 10 million dollars ...

The battle between digital stores on PC is a hotter topic than ever, and Epic Games Store doesn't seem to mind expenses ...
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