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‘Stella’ is the next-gen Angry Birds game franchise

Rovio, the game developer firm behind the popular Angry Birds series has announced its upcoming Angry Birds franchise “Stella,” where a pink bird name Stella takes the leading role in the game. Since the launch of the original Angry Birds game for mobile phones, Rovio has grown big and it launched various franchise to the game series. Rio, Star Wars, ...

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Pebble app store now lists the Flappy Bird clone game, Tiny Bird

If you miss the new addictive game, Flappy Bird, which was pulled from the iOS App Store and Android Play Store by the Vietnamese game-maker, you can play the similar clone of the game on your Pebble smartwatch. Named as Tiny Bird, the Flappy Bird clone game has the same level of difficulty found in the original game, except the black ...

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Play retro games with $70 Innex Super Retro Trio console

Pomona California-based gaming toys and accessories manufacturer, Innex has unveiled Super Retro Trio, a new gaming console  for retro game lovers with affordable price tag of $70. The company already begun to take pre-orders of the consoles, while the device will be start shipping from March onwards. With the compatibility of NEW, SNES and Genesis games, the Super Retro Trio can ...

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Game Studio Double Helix games acquired by Amazon

Gaming Studio Double Helix Games has been acquired by Amazon with rumors suggesting that the company is set to enter the game console market or to gamify the Kindle Fire tablets. The announcement of the acquisition was planned on February 13th in L.A during a joint recruiting event from Amazon and Double Helix Games, while the news of the deal ...

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OUYA launches new Matte Black 16GB Console for $129

On Friday, OUYA announced the launch of its new console priced a little higher than the company’s original console with the company mentioning that the console would make a great valentine’s day gift. The updated console is powered by a Nvidia Tegra 3 chip with the a storage 16GB compared to the earlier 8GB console. The xtra storage is aimed ...

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Mini-games for Google Glass unveiled, to be released in late-2014

The first set of mini-games for Google Glass has been unveiled by Google Glass developers and is likely to be released by the end of this year. In a move to motivate developers and to bring in more games for the wearable device, the company released five mini-games which include Fruit Ninja Clone, Balance, Clay Shooter, Tennis and Matcher. The ...

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Nintendo says “No” to smartphone and tablets games release

Denying the recent report from Japanese newspapers, game and gaming device-maker Nintendo said that the company will not develop the games for smartphone and tablets despite the falling profits, which is 30 percent down from April last year. On Tuesday, a Japanese newspaper, Nikkei reported that the Nintendo is developing and planning to release its popular games to smartphones and ...

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Microsoft acquires Gears of War franchise from Epic Games

Microsoft has announced today that it has acquired the Gears of War series rights from Epic Games and the deal includes the existing as well as future titles of the franchise. Henceforth, Microsoft’s gaming arm based in Vancouver, Black Tusk Studios will be the in charge of the Gears of War franchise and the future version of the game will ...

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Microsoft has sold close to 1 million Xbox One in US in December 2013

Microsoft is now Apple of US considering its Xbox One sales in December last year, which leads the gaming console market in United States. We compared Microsoft to Apple because, latter one is still the number one smartphone maker in US beating Samsung, but Samsung is the largest manufacturer worldwide. Similarly, Sony is in second place in US, while it ...

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