Tag Archive: Combat


Popular MMO (that’s Massively Multiplayer Online) game, Line of Defense, has arrived on iOS via a new combat strategy game called Line of Defense Tactics. Giving gamers the opportunity to take control of a team of four Galactic Command Marines… Read more ›     

The BAFTA-nominated games studio behind award-winning Great Big War Game, Rubicon Development, just released its latest mobile game: Combat Monsters. It’s available now on Google Play, the App Store, Windows, and will be coming soon to the Mac. You’ll need…

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Dragon FingaThe idea of being a martial-arts master has always sounded cool to me. But not the Zen-like, pensive, thoughtful type. If I’m honest, I’d really just kinda like to be the guy in the movies who can walk into a room full of generic dudes and beat them all up while they attack him one […]

The post Dragon Finga‘s Hilarious Combat Makes Up For A Lack Of Substance [Review]  [Read More...]

Combat MonstersRubicon, the developer behind successful iOS game, Great Big War Game, announced its latest game in development, Combat Monsters, an interesting mix of tactical, 3D monster battles with deck building card game mechanics. The game is coming to iOS, Android, Mac, PC, and (what?) Blackberry fairly soon, so we thought it would be a good […]

The post Pokemon Meets Yugi-Oh: How Combat Monsters Came To Life [Interview] appeared first  [Read More...]

Omerta4Omerta: City of Gangsters by Kalypso Games Category: Mac OS X Games Works With: Mac OS X 10.7 and up Price: $39.99 I don’t want to wax too rhapsodic about a gangster game, but Omerta: City of Gangsters has what it takes to keep me engaged for an afternoon of beer and liquor smuggling, along [...]

The post ‘Omerta: City Of Gangsters’ Is Like A Crime-Filled The Sims With XCOM-Style Combat  [Read More...]

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An exciting new update that brings new maps, weapons, and guns to Gameloft’s Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour is now available to download on iOS. Called Meltdown, the update is free to existing owners of the popular first-person shooter, and it’s one of the biggest the game has received since it hit the App Store back in December.

Gameloft began teasing the Meltdown update on Monday, and it posted a new video to its  [Read More...]

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An exciting new update that brings new maps, weapons, and guns to Gameloft’s Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour is now available to download on iOS. Called Meltdown, the update is free to existing owners of the popular first-person shooter, and it’s one of the biggest the game has received since it hit the App Store back in December.

Gameloft began teasing the Meltdown update on Monday, and it posted a new video to its  [Read More...]

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Gameloft has today released a new teaser trailer for Modern Combat 4′s upcoming Meltdown update, which brings new maps, new weapons, new game modes, and more to the company’s popular first-person shooter. The update is coming to both Android and iOS, and it could be the last before Modern Combat 5 makes its debut.

Here’s what you’ve got to look forward to in this update:

3 new maps: Fracture, Extraction, and Backfire 2 new weapons: 40mm  [Read More...]

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Great news, FPS fans! Gameloft has today unveiled its first teaser trailer for Modern Combat 5, the next chapter in its hugely popular mobile shooter franchise. Check it out below.

The trailer doesn’t give away too many details about the game — it looks like the same Modern Combat but with slightly improved visuals. But it does hint at missions from helicopters, and on speedboats. If you’re a Modern Combat fan, it’ll certainly make your mouth water.

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contentandservices

We all know that Samsung loves to copy Apple more than anything in the world. It’s embarrassing  And while most of the copying has been limited to hardware, Samsung’s decided to step up its game on the software front, too.

Yesterday Samsung introduced its version of Apple’s iTunes Store, except it’s got a really bad interface and even worse name. They’re calling it “Samsung Content & Services“, and with a little magic pixie dust,  [Read More...]