[Mobile Game] IAF's mobile video game gets selected for Google 'Best Game-2019' contest
Dec 5, 2019
Internet giant Google has selected Indian Air Force's video game, 'Indian Air Force: A Cut Above', to compete for 'Best Game-2019' in the 'Users Choice Game' category.
Taking to its official Twitter handle, the IAF urged netizens to vote for the IAF's 3D mobile video game to win in the 'Users Choice Game' of 2019.
Source: The Economic Times
[Mobile Game] PUBG Mobile Players Are Spoilt For Choice Of Vehicles In The New Updates
Dec 4, 2019
PUBG Mobile players now have so many enhancements as well as vehicles to choose from in recent updates. Thus, players are left spoiled for the choice in deciding the best vehicle for territories traverse. Every feature you expect from these vehicles, PUBG Mobile new updates gave you.
[Nintendo Switch] Pokémon Sword and Shield is the fastest-selling Nintendo Switch game yet
Dec 3, 2019
Pokémon Sword and Shield are off to a great start, selling more than 6 million copies in the week since their release. That’s according to a tweet from The Pokémon Company, which notes that the figures make the latest mainline Pokémon instalment the fastest-selling Nintendo Switch game of all time.
Source: The Verge
[Game News] Following US early access, Minecraft Earth hits 2.5 million downloads
Dec 2, 2019
Minecraft Earth has generated close to 2.5 million downloads across all available markets, according to Sensor Tower.The Mojang developed title launched in the US on November 12th and since then has accumulated 1.4 million installs.Last week, the US accounted for 1.2 million or 86 per cent of all downloads.The UK followed at 71,000 installs or five per cent before Canada claimed third at 37,000 or three per cent.Ranking wise, Minecraft Earth made it to third on the App Store for downloads and 14th position on Google Play on November 18th.
[Mobile Game] Fortnite’s Android installer is now a launcher for Epic mobile games
Dec 1, 2019
A few weeks after the launch of Fortnite’s second chapter, developer Epic made a seemingly minor change: the Fortnite installer for Android was updated to become the Epic Games App. What was once a tool for keeping Fortnite updated has now transformed into a way for the company to distribute its own mobile games. Today, Epic is launching its second game through the app, a cross-platform title called Battle Breakers, which is available on PC, iOS, and Android through both Samsung’s Galaxy Store and the Epic Games App.
Source: The Verge