Pastry Paradise, another matching puzzle game, released for Android devices

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Another match-three puzzle game has entered the market. This time it is Gameloft releasing Pastry Paradise in the Play Store. It is a dessert-themed game pitting Chef Hannah against Mr. Moelleux. Hannah is attempting to stop Moelleux’s run of trouble. Pastry Paradise has challenges, bake-offs, powerups, and more. The game is free to install, but there are in-app purchases available.

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Gameloft’s latest Modern Combat 5: Blackout on sale for $3.99

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If you’ve been waiting for a price drop to pick up Gameloft’s newest mobile FPS, now’s your chance to pick up Modern Combat 5: Blackout and save a few bucks. Gameloft has put MC5 on sale for $3.99, down from the launch price of $6.99, which saves you about 40%. The game itself is pretty impressive for a mobile shooter and features a full campaign as well as multiplayer modes. The graphics are also top-notch for a mobile game, and there’s plenty of value here for the $4 asking price.

source: Droid Gamers
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Modern Combat 5: Blackout arrives in the Play Store one day early

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After being pirated prior to its official release, Modern Combat 5: Blackout is now available in the Play Store. It was originally scheduled for a July 24 release. Gameloft must have decided that it was not necessary to wait any longer for a game that was being pirated and gaining attention for the wrong reason. For those of you who are unaware, the Modern Combat series is a first person shooter that really pushes boundaries in terms of mobile gaming. The graphics and gameplay are widely applauded and that is what has Gameloft to keep making new installments.

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Modern Combat 5: Blackout ready to hit the virtual shelves of Google Play on July 24th

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After a long wait, Gameloft’s popular Modern Combat series will see its next entrant hit Google Play on July 24th for $6.99 when Modern Combat 5: Blackout will be available. Once paid for, no additional in-app purchases will be needed. Gameloft says the new title brings a unified character progression system for both the single-player and multi-player modes of the game. This means that online connectivity is required even when in single player mode.
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Gameloft announces 9 titles have been optimized specifically for Android TV

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Android TV was one of the bigger announcements at I/O this year, especially if you’re into Android gaming. Not long after the keynote, Gameloft has announced that they have 9 of their best titles optimized specifically for Android TV.

These titles will see enhanced graphics for larger screens, adjusted gameplay controls that will likely work well with gamepads, and some extra features that will take advantage of Android TV’s capabilities.


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Italian Antitrust Authority investigating Google, Apple, Gameloft, and Amazon over in-app purchases

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Everybody deals with those pesky in-app purchases from time to time, especially in mobile games. The in-app purchases help developers make money by luring potential customers in with a free (and often very limited) game, then hitting them with a paywall a few hours in. Sometimes levels are locked if you don’t pay for them, and sometimes leveling up your character is incredibly tedious if you don’t spend real money on in-game currency.
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Gameloft dishes details on upcoming Modern Combat 5: Blackout

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Gameloft’s Modern Combat series is one of the better known first person shooters available on mobile devices. Its combination of storylines and revolutionary mobile graphics have made the series a hit.

“Modern Combat 5: Blackout” is due to come out some point this year, but there are a lot of unknowns about the game.

However, Gameloft has provided some information today regarding the next installment of the MC series.


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