Dungeons & Dragons will soon be getting its very first mobile game thanks to a partnership between the game’s publisher, Wizards of the Coast, and Japanese game developer DeNA. Entitled Dungeons & Dragons: Arena of War, the game is set in the Forgotten Realms and provides a traditional role-playing game experience with quests, working with a group and of course, character leveling. The free to play title is set to be available for iPad, Phone and Android devices once it is released. To pre-register for the game, visit Arena of War’s official website.
What apples are to the iPhone, the ubiquitous green robot is to devices running on the Android platform. With Android grabbing a 68% share of the smart phone market as of late, it is only natural that demand for a brick built Android robot has grown. In fact, it has grown so much so that a LEGO CUUSOO project aiming to put the lime green machine into production has gathered more than 5000 supporters in just one week! Featuring multiple points of articulation and a fair amount of detail, the project is well on its way to reach 10,000 supporters and garnering an official review from LEGO.
Pocket God is the 4th best selling Apple App store app of all time and with that status surely follows a new line of licensed merchandise. Dubbed Pocket God: Mysterio Minis, the new line of 2.5 inch vinyl figures are modeled after the Pygmy characters seen in the game. The Mysterio Minis lineup will consist of 16 different characters, all sold in a blind box with the figures having varying degrees of rarity. Continue reading
Disney Android and iPhone game Where’s My Water? is now getting its own line of toys. The line includes plushes based on characters from the game, such as, Swampy, Ally and Cranky. The plush animals are currently available for $16.50, while additional products like vinyl figures and more plushes based on the mobile game will be released later this summer and into the fall.
The browser based title, Skylancer – Battle for Horizon will soon be heading to iOS platforms in the form of Skylancer: Treasure Island, a stand-alone puzzle title. The game takes place on flying islands where resources are gathered to make items and earn the highest score. The game also offers some connectivity with its browser based brethren by allowing players to find treasure chests in Skylancer: Treasure Island and redeem them for items in Skylancer – Battle for Horizon. Continue reading