Bandai Launches 'my Tamagotchi Forever' For Ios And Android

Bandai Launches 'My Tamagotchi Forever' For iOS And Android

If you grew up playing the Tamagotchi toys, you might have heard that over the years, Bandai has attempted to revive the franchise through a variety of means, such as through a smartwatch app and also re-releasing it as a physical toy. However if the idea of bringing around a toy isn't an idea that you relish, not to worry.

Bandai Namco has recently announced the launch of a new Tamagotchi app called "My Tamagotchi Forever". Note that this isn't the first time that Bandai has attempted to launch a Tamagotchi app for mobile devices. The company tried to do so back in 2013, but it looks like they're trying again.

New Tekken Mobile Game Announced For Ios And Android

New Tekken Mobile Game Announced For iOS And Android

If you're a fan of the Tekken franchise and wouldn't mind playing the game on your phone, you'll be pleased to learn that the folks at Bandai Namco have announced a new Tekken mobile game. The game will be available for both iOS and Android gamers, but it seems that at the moment it has been soft-launched only in Canada.

According to the game's description, "Tekken, the world's most successful fighting game franchise has been brought to mobile! Join Paul, Kazuya, Xiayou, Law, Panda, Nina, and all other famous fighters to engage in an intuitive, deep combat system featuring fighting techniques from all around the world. Take on the role of the Dojo Master, collecting, upgrading and battling with your favorite fighters from the legendary Tekken franchise!"

Next 'layton' Game Will Be Arriving On Ios And Android This July

Next 'Layton' Game Will Be Arriving On iOS And Android This July

If you love puzzle games then there's a good chance that the Professor Layton series of puzzle games might be familiar to you. The game has typically been released on Nintendo's handheld 3DS gaming console first before finding its way to other platforms, like mobile, but it seems that the next Layton title could be hitting mobile first.

As reported by Kotaku, the developers at Level-5 have confirmed that the next Layton game titled "Layton's Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire's Conspiracy" will be arriving to the US on mobile first on the 20th of July. Note that this release date also applies to the 3DS version of the game, but the 3DS version will be launched in Japan first.

Sony: Ps2 Classic Bully Released For Ios And Android

Sony: PS2 Classic Bully Released For iOS And AndroidAllow Rockstar to take you on a trip down memory lane. The studio has released one of its classics originally created for the PlayStation 2 on mobile. Bully: Anniversary Edition for iOS and Android brings the PS2 classic Bully to mobile devices. Rockstar says that this port features the same content as the original game so those who played it on the console will be very much at home.

Super Mario Run Confirmed As An Ios Exclusive

Super Mario Run Confirmed As An iOS ExclusiveIt has been known for a while now that Nintendo is looking to create games exclusively for smartphones. The company chose one of its most lucrative properties for this purpose and paired it with one of the most widely used mobile platform. It has been confirmed today at Apple’s iPhone 7 event that a new Nintendo game titled Super Mario Run is going to be released exclusively for iOS later this year.

Nikon Snapbridge Now Available For Android, Ios To Follow This Summer

Nikon SnapBridge now available for Android, iOS to follow this summerNikon's SnapBridge app is now available for Android. First announced as a feature on the Nikon D500, SnapBridge allows photographers with a compatible Nikon digital camera to maintain a connection to a mobile device using Bluetooth low energy. SnapBridge for Android is available as of today in the Google Play Store, and the iOS version is expected later this summer.

Nikon And Apple Working On Ios App For Nikon Cameras

Nikon And Apple Working On iOS App For Nikon CamerasWhen it comes to apps released by camera manufacturers for smartphones, they tend to be pretty similar in the sense that they mostly act as a remote shutter. They also allow the photographer to transfer photos from the camera wirelessly onto their mobile devices for storage and editing.

Square Enix Unleashes Hitman: Sniper On Android & Ios

Square Enix Unleashes Hitman: Sniper on Android & iOSWell-known publisher and developer Square Enix announced back in June 2014 a new mobile game in the Hitman franchise, which will be available in Android and iOS (sorry Windows Phone users).
Dubbed Hitman: Sniper, the game made its debut one year later and is now available for download in Google Play Store and App Store. Although it doesn't come for free, it is well worth the money considering the previous title in the series, Hitman GO is a huge success.