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Platform iOS Publisher DeNA Developer Scattered Entertainment Release Date Aug 1, 2013

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DeNA launches arcade-style shooter Lawless and collectible card game The Gate

DeNA launched two very different games for iOS devices today: Lawless — a realistic arcade-style shooter set in Los Angeles in the 1990s, and The Gate — a real-time strategy collectible card game. ...

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Taming the Wild West that is mobile free-to-play

Game developers have a responsibility to be fair and upfront with their players when dealing with the free-to-play business model, or they risk alienating their audience and losing customers,...

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Knightmare Tower, The Drowning and Pivvot - Mobile Watch List

A series of games that are all about survival. Some are better than others. Knightmare Tower (iOS) With all the "forever runners" out there, it's hard to separate from the pack. And yet, Knightmare...

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First-person shooter The Drowning arrives on iOS today

DeNA's The Drowning — a first-person shooter led by former Battlefield developer Ben Cousins — is out for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch today. The Drowning is DeNA's first hardcore shooter for...

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Former Battlefield developer brings 'core shooter' to mobile in The Drowning

When DeNA's The Drowning releases on iOS devices, it will hopefully offer core gamers something they want to play, according to veteran game developer Ben Cousins. Cousins is best known for his...

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The Drowning video explains how a touch-based shooter works with just two fingers

The creators of The Drowning, an upcoming mobile first-person shooter from Scattered Entertainment, have talked a big game about the title's superior control scheme — and today, we get a glimpse at...

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The Drowning: How to make a touchscreen FPS not suck

If you've ever played a touchscreen first-person shooter, I'm sorry. Games like Modern Combat and N.O.V.A. aren't bad ... they're just severely limited by the platform. There's simply no way that...