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Iphone developers are in an uproar, because with Apple’s new OS 4 a small bomb is dropping on them.
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100 Android games on video

Posted by Dan Mousavi On April - 10 - 2010

Back at the end of January, there was a video from the french guys at AndroidHD, showing off 50 games on the Droid.
That was a great way for me to get an overview over already released games I hadn’t played yet.
They made a follow-up video a while ago, showing off 50 other games on the Nexus one.
If you missed them, here are the two videos, they give a great overview to newcomers on the plattform:
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Out now: Caligo Chaser

Posted by Dan Mousavi On April - 8 - 2010

Caligo Chaser is now released on the market with a whopping pricetag of 4,99$, compared to the Iphone Version on sale at the appstore for 2,99$.
Early market comments suggest that we got another port without hardware controls, so if you’re not too big of a genre fan we suggest to wait and see if Com2uS will improve controls.

Market Text:
Caligo Chaser is a slash n dash action RPG with horizontal scrolling to break free from the restricted screen size. Save Emporion from the dark forces with up to 135 skill upgrades combinations.
Customize your character with a specialized look by mixing your equipment.
Compatible with phones containing QWERTY keyboards.

Android Market Link

Coming soon – Caligo Chaser

Posted by Dan Mousavi On April - 7 - 2010

Com2uS anounced per Twitter the imminent release of their new game Caligo Chaser for this week.
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South-Korea bans all games from Android Market

Posted by Arbi Nazarian On April - 7 - 2010

Yes, you heard right, the South Koreans try to catch up to Australia and Germany in the top of the worlds ‘top game banning countries’. Despite the fact they have the highest IQ ratings and are the leading thinkers in problem solving and have the most sophisticated network in the world plus the fastest broad-band, *puh*, they still won’t manage to rate ALL games destined for the South Korean mobile phone market!
A Ludicrous idea you would say?! We couldn’t agree more, but since the governments regulatory systems vigorous efforts to rate all games before they were made available for download failed, a complete ban of the whole android game section in the market is eminent.

For all korean android gamers there is still some light at the end of the tunnel, as activating android support for third party apps will still allow them to get their games elsewhere.

Source: telecomskorea