A panel of gaming industry leaders met to discuss all things gaming and BlackBerry 10. They covered issues such as the new features of BlackBerry 10 and how gaming studios will utilize them. It’s undeniable that the BlackBerry Playbook/BlackBerry 10 is much more game-friendly than legacy BlackBerry OSes.
Expanding on their casino game franchise, Magmic has launched the Slots King Beta for BlackBerry. Slots King brings you the excitement of casino slot machines to your phone.
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Fishlabs Entertainment has announced the imminent release of their highly-anticipated space shooter: Galaxy on Fire 2 HD for the BlackBerry PlayBook. Galaxy on Fire 2 HD was demoes during this years’s BlackBerry World 2012 Keynote.
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Game developer Herocraft has announced that they will be developing a number of games for BlackBerry Playbook and BlackBerry 10 platform. Herocraft is a game developer headquartered in Kalinigrad Russia, they develop games for several platforms like Google Play and Nokia Ovi and BlackBerry.
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Some of you may remember us mentioning Nintaii by Mobigloo back in October when we discussed the finalists for the BlackBerry Developer Challenge. ‘Nintai,’ a Japanese Kanji that means “patience” offers users a great gaming experience from start to finish. More recently, I also reviewed this app back in November, giving it a healthy and well deserved 4 out of 5. Well, Nintaii now comes equipped to handle the awesome power of the BlackBerry Storm, making use of the Storm’s accelerometer and huge screen. Sweet.
Zumobi has a nice holiday present for BlackBerry users that are also XBox 360 gamers. The new Xbox 360 application gives Zumobi users access to the latest 360 news, Xbox Live Marketplace updates, video and audio clips and even your friends’ gamer tag status. You can add the Xbox 360 tile to your Zoomspace by clicking the link below.
Note: application only supports 81xx, 83xx and 88xx BlackBerrys at this time.
If you’re not a Zumobi user but still want to get in on the Xbox 360 action, Xberry is an application currently in beta which offers many of the same features as the Zumobi application. You can download the beta by pointing your BlackBerry browser to the link below. Happy gaming!