Monthly Archives: October 2011

Mobage is coming to Android and iOS

DeNA’s Mobage mobile gaming network is very popular in Japan – 32 million subscribers and counting – so it’s looking to expand to the rest of world. It’s currently available in beta on Android Market as a standalone app, as

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Lagoonia gets social Update

Lagoonia got an update regarding multiplayer features: Player are now able to visit Islands from friends and send them Inhabitants. InnoGames hat sich für das Browsergame Lagoonia ein ganz besonderes Update einfallen lassen. Das heute gestartete Multiplayer-Feature sorgt dafür, dass

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Closed Beta of My Free Zoo started

Upjers sent out the keys to the first beta testers of the new game My Free Zoo. Quote: Nachdem man sich seit September für die sogenannte Closed Beta bzw. den geschlossenen Test von My Free Zoo registrierten konnte, können nun

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Article about the All Points Bulletin Story

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Hellbreed has too less Players Game shuts down on November 30th

Only 3 ½ month after launch Gameforge decided to pull the plug of Hellbreed since it did not attract enough players. Payment will shut down on November 2nd, and finally the game on November 30th. Quote: Das war ein kurzer

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EA rewrites German Origin EULA

EA has rewritten passages of its Origin EULA which were not in conformity with the law, since it allowed saving user data / installing spyware. Despite the new EULA its still not clear what data Origin still saves. Quote: Lange

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Battlefield 3 tops UK Game Charts

EA DICE’s Battlefield 3 shot to the top of the the UK software sales charts in its opening weekend, securing its place as the tenth biggest UK video game launch this year across all formats. Overall, Battlefield 3 outsold Medal

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DeNA reports Revenue increase

Tokyo-based social and mobile gaming giant DeNA today posted financial results for the fiscal quarter ended September 30, 2011, reporting a rise in both revenue and profits year-over-year. (…) During the quarter, DeNA saw its social games network expand to

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City of Heroes F2P Review

With the Issue 21 update, NCSoft and Paragon decided to try a free-to-play, microtransaction-based MMO like many other entries on the market. When they started this conversion, they also made massive updates across the board. They put in as much

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77 Million Runescape Accounts banned

Its only been six days since Jagex declared Bot-Nuking Day and today at Runefest, Jagex announced they have banned 7.7 million accounts so far. Add the 1.5 million accounts that were banned a few weeks earlier and that brings the

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