Mobile games spending grew 19% in the first half of 2018 to an estimated $26.6 billion worldwide, according to market intelligence company Sensor Tower. They now represent about 78% of the total money spent in apps across both the App Store and Google Play.
Jago Studios, the independent entertainment studio behind Garbage Pail Kids: The Game, today announced it will be attending Comic-Con San Diego to provide Garbage Pail Kids fans with complimentary art cards designed by the team behind the upcoming mobile game. The limited-run cards will offer a first look at the game’s artwork. Comic-Con attendees can receive a free card by visiting Atomic Toybox Entertainment, Booth 3921, which is hosting Garbage Pail Kids: The Game.
For those unable to attend Comic-Con, Jago Studios will be releasing a sneak peek trailer on Monday, July 23 to all online subscribers. A private link to the trailer will be emailed to people who subscribe to game updates at gpkthegame.com by July 22, 2018. Anyone registered for updates will also be entered in a random drawing to win a Garbage Pail Kids plush blanket from Creepy Co., featuring beloved character Adam Bomb, along with a copy of the Comic-Con art card.
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Ready for Fortnite on Android? In a round-about way, it’s now available. Over the weekend, the new GeForce NOW service hit SHIELD TV devices across the US. With it comes access to an extended range of AAA gaming titles running on an NVIDIA supercomputer in the cloud that are streamed directly to your Android TV box.
Azur Lane is a Chinese side-scrolling shoot ’em up mobile game developed by Shanghai Manjuu and Xiamen Yongshi, which sets its scenarios during World War II.
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The Elder Scrolls: Blades may just be one of the most anticipated games of the year. Pre-registration is still open ahead of its official launch this fall.
Not that any of us are lacking in tried and true ways to kill time, but boredom is about to become much more curable with the upcoming release of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia: The Gang Goes Mobile.”