Electronic Arts has been on a tear lately, releasing several new games in the past few months. Their latest game is Bejeweled Blitz, and if you love Bejeweled you’ll definitely dig Blitz.
Last week we talked about a new game from Electronic Arts called Monopoly Hotels, and this week we’re back with our Monopoly Hotels Review. Think you have what it takes to become a Monopoly Mogul or will you even want to try?
That didn’t take long. A few days ago we told you about The Simpson Tapped out going live in some regions, and tonight it looks like it’s officially out in the US and other parts of the world. Ready to build your own Springfield?
Simpsons fans rejoice as it seems that we are finally getting a taste of The Simpsons Tapped Out for Android. On January 25th Electronic Arts Nederland BV released the game onto Google Play, but only to certain regions of the world. While this does leave a lot of people out in the cold, it looks it won’t be long before everyone gets in on some Simpsons action.
Chillingo has dropped some interesting Android games lately including their newest title Tiny Troopers. This miniature war game lets you control a crack team of soldiers as you take on a massive military campaign.
As a huge fan of the entire Need for Speed franchise, the news that gaming giants Electronic Arts (EA) are bringing a version of Need for Speed Most Wanted to Android makes me go all warm inside. The Need for Speed gaming series has been one of the most successful franchises in gaming history and certainly one of the must have racing games on several formats and now EA have announced that Need for Speed Most Wanted will speed on to the Android market place later this month.
Seems like the week isn’t complete without some Zombie related Android news, and this week is no different as Popcap’s popular game Plants vs. Zombies is finally, officially available in the Android Market. Peggle, another of their popular games has also made the jump to the market, but we all know it’s all about those pesky Zombies. PvZ has been available on Android for awhile now, but only through Amazon’s App store which left some people out in the cold until today.
DailyTechNeed for Speed: Shift Releasing on June 4th on Android; Coinciding with HTC …IntoMobile (blog)One thing that obviously struck a chord with me was when Sprint announced EA's Need for Speed: Shift would be making its way to the Android mar…