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April 20, 2013

The Best Selling Game Apps so far

Ever wondered which games people have been downloading to their mobile devices via the App stores? Well, wonder no more, here are the top 4 best selling game apps across iPhone/iPad, Android and Blackberry. Generally the apple versions of these games are all in the region of 69p/$1, android versions are usually free, while the Blackberry versions work out much more expensive running into the pounds/dollars (sorry Blackberry users).

1. Angry Birds

2. Doodle Jump

3. Fruit Ninja

4. Cut the Rope

November 18, 2012

Ingress – The new Massively Multiplayer Online Game

“It’s happening all around you. They aren’t coming. They’re already here.”Offical Ingress Website

Ingress image of new energy around a monument

On the 15th November Google introduced it’s new MMO, Ingress, which is currently in beta testing for the Android platform. From the video, the game’s central theme is the leak of a secret project being run by Niantic Labs which has has released a new form of energy into the world – with certain places attracting both people and events. The project was discovered by a group known as the Resistance and their goal is to stop Niantic Labs from using the energy as a weapon to hack into people’s minds.

Using your Android phone as both a GPS device and game controller, you’ll be able to choose your faction and either hack or protect energy portals and annomalies at various points across the world, depending on what you choose – but you’ll need to actually be at the locations to engage with them, that’s another central tenant of the gameplay. Google’s Ingress is therefore using the largest in-game map ever, the real world!

To find out more about this new game from Google, why not request an invite to the beta test here: http://www.ingress.com.

Interested as always to hear your thoughts?

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