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The musical game series Music Puzzle is out now for iOS and Android
Tagwizz, a videogame studio founded by Adrien Gimate - a veteran of the mobile gaming industry- is proud to announce the release of the musical game series Music Puzzle today (the game is out now for iOS and Android).

Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Review | TL Dev Tech
Mobile Legends: Bang Bang is designed to be a fast-pace MOBA with quick match-making, which is suitable for mobile.

Japanese SRPG The Alchemist Code is Now Available Worldwide
gumi Inc's strategy RPG is ready for its worldwide debut. The Alchemist Code offers gamers hero collection, traditional SRPG mechanics, and a story.

Ten Games That Defined the Fighter
We Chart Key Milestones of the Genre

Glowmade and Tequila Works WonderWorlds is out now for iOS devices worldwide
Tequila Works and Glowmade has just announced the worldwide release of "WonderWorlds", which is an action-adventure game for iPad and iPhone in which players are game makers.

Crimson Pine Games BubbleGum Hero is now available for iOS and Android
We (TGG) were just informed by Crimson Pine Games that they have released their bubblegum chewing mobile game "BubbleGum Hero" for iOS and Android.

Blade & Soul Revolution: Second Blade & Soul Mobile Game Announced
A second Blade & Soul mobile MMO has been announced this week. This time it's Blade & Soul Revolution and it is being created by Netmarble.

After being left for dead, Nintendo is the hottest name in gaming again
Two years ago it was not unusual to ask what future Nintendo had, if any. The Japanese video gaming group was in trouble revenues had fallen for six consecutive years to less than a third of their peak and its latest console, the Wii U, had been a failure. Today, that picture is almost unrecognisable. Nintendo, left for dead, is once again the most exciting name in the industry. Last week, shares hit their highest levels since 2008 as it upgraded forecasts for the Switch, the company's latest console. Its market value even briefly surpassed that of its old enemy, Sony. The company's astonishing turnaround has been an underdog story worthy of Mario himself.

We ARGH Pirates! Review | Geek Family Media
There are few things more daring and exciting to a kid then sailing the high seas as a pirate captain in search of buried treasure. Thanks to Avokiddos new game, We ARGH Pirates!, kids can enjoy the high seas from the comfort of their own living room. We are here to review We ARGH Pirates! and see if this game is seafaring ready or left at the bottom of Davy Jones locker.

South Park: Phone Destroyer Review: Jokes & Cards - Android Sloth
South Park: Phone Destroyer is filled with familiar characters, jokes, and gameplay mechanics that everyone who plays mobile games will recognize.