Mobile

  1. Call of Duty: Mobile Revealed For Android and iOS

    Activision and Tencent are bringing Call of Duty to mobile devices in the West with Call of Duty: Mobile, a free-to-play game that will draw inspiration from the Black Ops and Modern Warfare franchises.
  2. Pokemon Go Spring Event Starts Tomorrow

    Spring is just around the corner, and Niantic is celebrating the start of the season with a special event in Pokemon Go. Beginning tomorrow, March 19, the developer is holding an equinox event in the hit mobile game, which will feature increased Grass-type Pokemon spawns, new Field Research tasks, and more.
  3. Pokemon Go's Pokemon Day 2019 Event

    The Pokemon series is celebrating its 23rd anniversary on February 27, and Niantic is commemorating the occasion with a special event in Pokemon Go. The annual Pokemon Day celebration returns at 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET on February 26, and it'll feature a lot of Pokemon from the original Red and Blue versions.
  4. Pokemon Go's Special Community Day Move For February Revealed

    Pokemon Go's next Community Day is quickly approaching. The event is scheduled to take place around the world this Saturday, February 16, and now developer Niantic has shared a few more details about it, including what special event-exclusive move players will be able to learn this time.
  5. Pokemon Go Adds Shiny Meltan, But Only For A Limited Time

    Another new Shiny Pokemon has arrived in Pokemon Go. Beginning today, February 5, players will have a chance of encountering the Shiny form of the series' newest Mythical Pokemon, Meltan, but it'll only be around for a limited time.
  6. Pokemon Go: Last Chance To Catch Heatran

    Pokemon Go's latest Legendary, Heatran, made its debut in Raid Battles last month immediately following Cresselia's departure, but it won't be around for much longer. The Lava Dome Pokemon is scheduled to leave the mobile game on January 15, making this your last opportunity to catch one if you haven't yet.
  7. Pokemon Go January 2019 Community Day

    The first Pokemon Go Community Day of the new year is just around the corner. The latest real-world event for Niantic's popular mobile game is set to take place around the globe this Saturday, January 12, and like always, it'll give players an opportunity to capture rare Pokemon and earn some generous in-game bonuses.
  8. Alien: Blackout Announced, Is A Mobile Game

    FoxNext Games, D3 Go, and Rival Games have announced Alien: Blackout, a game set in the much-loved science fiction world of Alien. Blackout is a mobile game that casts players as Amanda Ripley, daughter of Ellen Ripley.
  9. Lemmings Comes To Mobile Devices Today

    Lemmings: A cute, clumsy and clueless species of green-mopped creatures on a journey home, in desperate need of help. For over 25 years, players have answered their call, with millions playing the puzzle game that became a pop-culture phenomenon.
  10. Pokemon Go's First 2019 Community Day Event Announced

    A new month is just around the corner, which means Pokemon Go players have another Community Day to look forward to soon. Developer Niantic has announced the first details on next month's event, which is scheduled to take place on Saturday, January 12, and will feature the final Gen 2 starter Pokemon: Totodile.
  11. New Legendary Pokemon Available Now In Pokemon Go

    A new Legendary Pokemon has arrived in Pokemon Go. Heatran, another rare monster originally from the series' fourth-generation titles, Pokemon Diamond and Pearl, has begun appearing in Raid Battles around the world following Cresselia's departure, and it'll remain as a Raid boss until January 15.
  12. Pokémon Go’s New Legendary Is Cresselia Of Sinnoh

    Pokémon Go players now have the chance to capture the legendary Pokémon Cresselia, one of the Sinnoh region’s rarest monsters. The psychic-type lunar princess will show up in Raid Battles as of this week, with just under a month for players to capture it.
  13. Harry Potter: Wizards Unite Delayed

    Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, the mobile title currently in development at Pokemon Go developer Niantic, has been delayed. Harry Potter publishing site Pottermore says the AR game will now launch in 2019.
  14. New Pokemon Go Event And Pokemon Now Available

    Niantic has kicked off another in-game event in Pokemon Go. The Stardust Blast event is now live for a limited time. This event gives players a chance to earn twice the normal amount of Stardust for capturing Pokemon and Hatching Eggs, and it's scheduled to run until 1 PM PT / 4 PM ET on November 13.
  15. Pokémon Go will finally track your walking distance in the background

    A major new feature is on its way to Pokémon Go: Adventure Sync will at long last allow players to continue tracking their walking distance without having the game active or a Pokémon Go Plus tracker.
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