Etherlords for iOS Release September 4

Etherlords for iOS Release September 4

The Nival announced for iOS new mobile game Etherlords, better known as the Vigil. This game is a symbiosis of a series of strategy computer game Heroes of Might and Magic and tactics of the table card game Magic:The Gathering. In Etherlords you play as a god-like being called the Demiurge, who has the power to create worlds. As a result of the incident of the apocalypse you have to use their abilities to fight with other demiurge in order to conquer new worlds. The player will have to develop their own world and attack other people, do not forget to protect your own. In the passage you will be able to open more than 180 different creatures. Also, you can challenge your friends via multiplayer. Nival returns to the long-running Etherlords strategy game series with a free-to-play iOS game coming in the next few weeks.   Release Date on iOS September 4  

LG announced L Bello and L Fino

LG announced L Bello and L Fino

The South Korean giant announced that the new L series smartphones the L Fino and L Bello, will be showcased at the IFA 2014 show in Berlin in early September. LG L Bello Specs: General Release date August 2014 Form factor Touchscreen Dimensions (mm) 138.20 x 70.60 x 10.70 Battery capacity (mAh) 2540 Removable battery Yes SAR value NA Display Screen size (inches) 5.00 Touchscreen Yes Touchscreen type Capacitive Resolution 480×854 pixels Colours 16M Hardware Processor 1.3GHz quad-core RAM 1GB Internal storage 8GB Expandable storage Yes Expandable storage type microSD Expandable storage up to (GB) 32 Camera Rear camera 8-megapixel Flash Yes Front camera 1-megapixel Software Operating System Android 4.2 Skin UX Java support Yes Browser supports Flash Yes Connectivity Wi-Fi Yes Wi-Fi standards supported NA GPS Yes Bluetooth Yes NFC No Infrared No DLNA No Wi-Fi Direct No MHL Out No HDMI No Headphones 3.5mm FM Yes USB Micro-USB Charging via Micro-USB Yes Proprietary charging connector No Proprietary data connector Read More →

Modern Combat 5: Blackout for Android

Modern Combat 5: Blackout for Android

CHOOSE YOUR FAVORITE CLASS > 4 customizable classes that you can level up across single- and multiplayer > Find the play style the suits you: Assault, Heavy, Recon, or Sniper > Activate class-specific skills by earning and spending Skill Points HIGH-POWERED MULTIPLAYER > Epic team clashes in Squad vs. Squad matches > Talk to other players in Global and Squad Chat > Individual and Squad leaderboards > Win cool rewards in the limited-time events Works great tested on 2013 nexus 7… multi player everything works and yes this game does require an active internet connection no offline play here.. Developers made it that way! Step into the action as the latest installment in the best FPS series raises the bar for shooter games once more! Create a squad, add your friends and test your individual and team skills against other squads in dynamic multiplayer warfare! MC5 game of the new generation – This game has the best graphics on mobile Read More →

Onlive Cloud Gaming

Onlive Cloud Gaming

Cloud Gaming – OnLive Website: http://www.onlive.com OnLive is a company offering a cloud gaming platform and a cloud desktop solution. Both offerings are synchronized, rendered, and stored on remote servers and delivered via the Internet. The gaming platform is available using the OnLive Game System, PCs running Microsoft Windows (XP, Vista, 7, 8), Intel-based Macs with Mac OS X 10.5.8 or later, Android devices and iOS devices. Since the games are rendered on OnLive’s servers, a low-end computer may be used to play any kind of game as long as it is able to play video. For that reason, the service is being seen as a competitor for the console market. All games on the service are available in 720p format. OnLive recommends an Internet connection of 5 Mbit/s or faster, and a 2 Mbit/s connection meets the minimum system requirements. Over 50 publishers, such as Take-Two Interactive, Sega, Ubisoft, Epic Games, Atari, Codemasters, THQ, Warner Bros., Kalypso Media, 2D Read More →

Hands-on with Android 4.3 on the Galaxy Nexus

Hands-on with Android 4.3 on the Galaxy Nexus

Android 4.3 Hands On Review Google Android 4.3 is here, and it tastes like Jelly Bean! Months later than we initially expected, Google finally took the wraps off the next version of its Android operating system at an event on Wednesday in San Francisco. The barely changed Android 4.3 isn’t the giant leap we expected, but it is noteworthy, particularly for its performance improvements and new Restricted Profiles feature. Officially, Android 4.3 is still a version of Jelly Bean, which makes sense, considering the minor nature of its changes. But of course, this may disappoint Android fans whose mouths have been watering for Key Lime Pie since Google I/O in May.   For the most part, Android 4.3 appears to be much like its predecessor. The general makeup of the home screen and app drawer looks the same, and Google Now, Search, and Notifications all feel familiar. That said, the updated Jelly Bean does have some important additions that are Read More →