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Might and Magic Dual of Champions now on iPad

Hold onto your decks, online card game fans, as Ubisoft have announced that Might and Magic Dual of Champions – the free-to-play online card game – is now available on iPad 2 and above.

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Nvidia Unveils New Handheld Console Tablet… Thing

The handheld videogame market has always been a tough nut to crack.  For every success, there seems to be a dozen failures.  But that never seems to stop new companies from trying to soar where others have crashed and burned.  This year’s challenger comes from an unlikely place: chip maker Nvidia.  Read on for all the details.

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The Simpsons: Tapped out transformed into a winter wonderland

If the twinkle of multicoloured lights, the jingle of bells and the smell of eggnog and fruitcake didn’t tip you off, Christmas will soon be upon us. And what does that mean to gamers? Christmas themed transformations, of course! And the latest town to receive some Christmas cheer is Springfield – with EA unveiling the newest update to its popular freemium title, The Simpsons: Tapped Out.

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Spotlight on – Gunner Runner by Ghostbox

It’s been a busy month for the video game industry, with triple A launch after triple A launch following one after another these past weeks. As exciting as these releases have been, we here at Save Game believe it’s just as important to shine the spotlight on other, less voraciously marketed, yet no less polished or enjoyable releases – and we’ve found one such release in Gunner Runner.

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Need for Speed: Most Wanted iOS Review

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It’s a rare game that manages to combine excellent gameplay with an outstanding sountrack, eye-watering graphics and solidly implemented social features to create an addictive experience you keep wanting to return to. It’s even rarer when this game manages to achieve all those things on a mobile platform. Need for Speed: Most Wanted on iOS by Firemonkeys does just that, and it does it in style.

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Borderlands Legends for iOS coming October 31

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If you are one of those gamers who can’t get enough of Borderlands and you own an iOS device – congratulations your day has been made. 2K Games and Gearbox Software have announced Borderlands Legends – a new Borderlands experience specifically designed for iOS mobile devices will be available to download October 31st.

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Mobile Monday: Quiet, Please!

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Haven’t you ever wanted to get away from it all?  To just turn off the outside world and find some friggin peace and quiet?  Sure you have.  We all have.  Unless you’re some kind of freak who needs constant noise to feel safe, like that weird guy who lived below me once.  Damn, he was annoying.  Anyway, tangent, sorry.  Peace and quiet.  It can be hard to find, and it is the goal in this week’s Mobile Monday game, a quirky little indie gem called Quiet, Please!  Read on to learn more about it.  

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Mobile Monday: Microchip Monsters

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You were once one of many.  A proud working clan, you made sure that your great city ran smoothly, and stayed safe.  But one day, invaders appeared.  Evil entities, driven by a thirst for death and chaos, they slaughtered your clan.  But death was not the end for you.  Your spirit, a vengeful shade made flesh by unknowable arcane forces, has returned to the city it once loved.  Populated by the gruesome horde that took your life, your singular purpose is to wipe out every last one of them.  Oh, and did I mention all of that takes place inside […]

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Mobile Monday: My Paper Plane 3

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 Wavecade has dramatically improved its My Paper Plane series with the latest entry, My Paper Plane 3. While perhaps not ground-breaking, it has the best use of the G-sensor I have come across and is a solid, wonderfully responsive flyer that I have been obsessively playing for a week.

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Mobile Monday: UPSAT

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Thanks in large part to the spread of smartphones, the mobile gaming market has been experiencing exponential growth. There is a lot of money to be made, and big studios have been cranking out an unprecedented number of games. But with industry juggernauts like Zynga and Popcap dominating the marketplace, is there still room for independent developers to make a name for themselves? A plucky little game called UPSAT wants to answer that question with a resounding “Yes!”

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