Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: iPhone

Romancing SaGa 2 debuts stateside for Android, iOS devices

Romancing SaGa 2 (Android, iOS) Announcement - Screenshot 1

Square Enix has brought Romancing SaGa 2 to North America for the first time. Originally released for the Super Famicom in 1993, mobile gamers will be able to play the first official localization on Android and iOS devices. The portable version has been updated with touch controls, improved graphics, the ability to auto-save, new classes (diviner and ninja), and a New Game+ mode. The multi-generational title follows the rulers of the Vareness Empire as they attempt to end a long-running war against the Seven Heroes. The storyline adds an imperial succession system, which ties together the freeform scenarios that were introduced in the original.

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Fallout Shelter to get new pets, rooms, crafting, and more soon

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Bethesda has announced that a new update is planned to launch later this week for Fallout Shelter. The 1.4 update will introduce crafting, new rooms in which to craft armor and weapons, lunchboxes with outfits and weapons from Fallout 4, the Barbershop to deck out the Dwellers in the new gear, a day-night cycle, and pets, including the addition of parrots. A full list of the changes can be found at Bethesda.net.

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Pip-Boy app released for Android, iOS, Windows soon, for Fallout 4

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Some more Fallout 4 news today, and that’s the release of Pip-Boy for Android, iOS, and later today, Windows mobile devices. The app will integrate with Fallout 4, displaying the player’s stats, inventory, map, and status. Holotape games are also playable, with Atomic Command included for free.

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Fallout C.H.A.T. brings emojis and GIFs to Android, iOS devices

Fallout 4 (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Fallout CHAT Launch Announcement - Header

In anticipation of the upcoming release of Fallout 4, Bethesda has released Fallout C.H.A.T. for phones and tablets. Vault-Tec’s Communications Hub And Transmitter adds a custom keyboard to Android, iPad, and iPhone devices that sports 60-plus Fallout emojis and animated Vault Boy GIFs. The download is free over at App Store and Google Play.

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Fallout Shelter updated with new mode, features for Android, iOS

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An update has gone live for both the Android and iOS versions of Fallout Shelter. The patch adds several new features, including the ability to save a game to the cloud, scavenge equipment from dead Raiders, skip the tutorial, access a statistics page in the Survival Guide, and identify a stranger for extra caps. Survival Mode was also added for overseers seeking a greater challenge. iOS users receive some bonus goodies as well: Piper from Fallout 4 and five free lunchboxes.

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Fallout Shelter now available for Android, updated for iOS

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Fallout Shelter has been updated for iOS and released on Google Play for Android. The new version adds Mr. Handy, a robotic companion that is bestowed as a premium reward. The helpful bot can be tasked with collecting resources inside the Vault, venturing into the wasteland to collect (precious, precious) caps, and fending off attacks. And it will have two new problems to contend with, also introduced in the update, Deathclaw invasions and Molerat infestations.

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Fallout Shelter tops App Store charts, played 70 million times daily

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Bethesda has announced that Fallout Shelter, the mobile strategy and management sim that tasks players with running a Vault, has hit two milestones: “the top downloaded game in 48 countries and the top downloaded app of any kind in 25 countries.” Released during E3, Fallout Shelter toppled Candy Crush as the third top-grossing app in the US within two days of launch, and it remains the most-downloaded free game on the App Store. And to top off the stats, the release also noted that the app has been played 70 million times daily since release.

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E3 2015: Bethesda – Fallout 4, Doom, Dishonored 2, and more

Fallout 4 (PC, PS4, Xbox One) E3 Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 2

Bethesda had a number of surprises at their E3 presentation. Not only is Fallout 4 coming out this November, less than four months away, but a new Fallout game is also out for iOS. Additionally, Dishonored Definitive Edition and Dishonored 2 were revealed, and more was shown from their upcoming free-to-play PC arena action title BattleCry and id’s latest efforts on Doom. Check below for details and extra media on each title.

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Ms. Pac-Man Pink Ribbon Campaign kicks off for Android, iOS devices

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Ms. Pac-Man is joining the fight against breast cancer with a new campaign. Bandai Namco has teamed up with the National Breast Cancer Foundation to launch the Ms. Pac-Man Pink Ribbon Campaign. From now until October 31, a variety of mobile versions of Ms. Pac-Man and Pac-Man, listed below, will feature an option to buy a new maze for $0.99, with all proceeds going to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The games’ art and interface will also sport a new ‘pink ribbon’ theme for all of October.

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Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen out for Android, iOS

Dragon Quest IV Chapters of the Chosen (Android, iOS) Mobile Launch Announcement - Screenshot 1

Dragon Quest has once again found its way onto the mobile market with the release of Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen. Available for Android devices, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, DQIV marks the beginning of the Zenithian Trilogy and features a novel progression design that has gamers play as each companion shortly before and up to when they meet up with the Hero, who then takes the lead in the final chapter. The mobile version allows for camera rotation via screen sliding as well as adds Party Talk, which allows players to talk with others during the journey, and an extra chapter.

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