Posts Tagged ‘plus+’
Co-Written By: Dan Morgan Suprise surprise SURPRISE! Today, ngmoco announced the acquisition of Freeverse. Just when you thought ngmoco is remaining pretty quiet for the first half of 2010… BOOM! This news is on top of the $25 Million funding ngmoco received today which was used to also buy a game we loved… Charadium. Freemium [...]
There are only quite a handful of games which survival modes I’ll put in the leagues of Doodle Jump, this game is one of them. Parachute Ninja ($1.99) Freeverse has been focusing on some iPhone-ization of our most favorite arcade games lately, and it’s nice to see them present us with something new and very [...]
NimbleBit remains as one of our favorite developers as they continually dish out good casual games. A couple days ago, they prove deserving of that by releasing updates to a couple of their MOST loved games! Scoops Gets In-App Purchase Themes! Earlier it seemed like it would be a sequel for Scoops (iTunes Link) but [...]
ngmoco has been teasing us about their new two games. We’ve got a bit of info that we posted earlier, but IGN got the full scoop and hands-on with the game. We told you about We Rule last night and today, we look at GodFinger, a game IGN is already calling a hybrid of Pocket [...]
Can o worms!
In between all of the giant iPhone publishers’ racing games and platformers, let’s take you back to one of of the most awesome word games to grace the platform. Continuing their tradition of FREE game for all (see Topple 2 and Dr Awesome), Word Fu drops to FREE with Plus+ integration. The string of great [...]
I know I shouldn’t say this but… WE TOLD YOU! We posted a bit back on how ngmoco apparently had a line up of upcoming games to receive Plus+ treatment. It’s slowly rolling into action with Topple 2 the other day, and now they’ve got Dr Awesome… FREE and Plus+ enable! Up next, what else [...]
As for news that shocked us this morning, ngmoco has brought Jason Oberfest, MySpace senior executive, to their fold. Jason Oberfest will oversee development of future ngmoco “social applications”. It doesn’t look like Jason will helm Plus+ on the devices’ side, but rather guide ngmoco as they take on the ever evolving social web.