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Android 10 brings controller mapping support for the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller

Gaming on Android has usually meant gaming on the touchscreen of your smartphone. While Android does boast of a very large collection of touch-optimized games, some titles just work out better when the player uses a gamepad and real hardware buttons and keys. For the same purpose, you can find a whole host of generic...

Google is preparing to add a Games Hub to Chrome for Android

More often than I would like to admit, I have spent several frustrating minutes in front of my browser with the Chrome Dino game. The simple game has helped keep my mind distracted from the frustrating reality of not having an active internet connection, thanks to a spongy and undependable connection from my ISP. Perhaps...

Microsoft expands its Designed for Xbox accessories program to cover mobile gaming

Game streaming services will be the talk of the town next month, as Google enters the ring with Google Stadia. Google's entry heats up the market which already sees majors like NVIDIA GeForce and Microsoft Project xCloud vying for space in your life. In order to ensure that the customer has all the reasons needed...

[Update: Stable Release] PUBG Mobile 0.15.0 leaked patch notes reveal Desert Eagle weapon, Payload Mode with helicopters, and more!

The Battle Royale genre on Android has exploded in popularity thanks to the addictive nature of PUBG Mobile. The genre has rekindled the love for First/Third Person Shooter genre on mobile devices and even given an added incentive for more popular titles like Call of Duty to enter the scene with a proper Mobile game....

Call of Duty: Mobile now available for download on Android

The Battle Royale genre for shooting games has massively exploded in popularity over the past few years, riding mainly on the success of Fortnite and PUBG. Both these titles have naturally made their way onto smartphones (and Android) in the form of Fortnite Mobile and PUBG Mobile. After a successful Beta run, Activision’s Call of Duty is now...

[Update 2: October 1st Launch] Call of Duty: Mobile is coming soon to Android and iOS smartphones

The Battle Royale genre for shooting games has massively exploded in popularity over the past few years, riding mainly on the success of Fortnite and PUBG. Both these titles have naturally made their way onto smartphones (and Android) in the form of Fortnite Mobile and PUBG Mobile. After a successful Beta run, Activision's Call of...

Mobile Game Protection brings Denuvo DRM to mobile games on Android

If PC gaming is one of your hobbies, then you've probably heard of Denuvo at some point. The software company is best known for providing DRM technology for PC game makers in an effort to minimize piracy in the first few weeks after launch. Its efficacy is hotly debated online because of how quickly pirating...

Android adds controller mapping for the Xbox Elite Controller (Series 1) over USB

If you want to game on an Android smartphone or tablet, you'll probably want to connect a gamepad or controller over USB or Bluetooth. There are tons of generic gaming accessories out there that can work on your device, but many of you are probably interested in using gaming controllers you already own. For example,...

The Honor GamePad is a new gaming accessory that can charge your phone

Honor doesn't have a dedicated "gaming phone" in their lineup, but as we've demonstrated in the past, they may not need one. The company was at Gamescom 2019 today and they made a few gaming-related announcements. The coolest announcement was the Honor GamePad that plugs into the USB Type-C port and can charge your device...

NVIDIA’s GeForce Now cloud gaming service will finally be coming to more Android devices

One of the recent trends we've seen is companies pushing hard to make streaming the future of gaming. Microsoft's Project xCloud and Google Stadia are just some examples of this. Gaming companies are trying to move everything up to the cloud, including the hardware you play with, in order to try to make gaming more...

Money Clicker is an idle clicker game that simulates real estate purchases and the stock market

Idle clicker games are a genre of games which are quite interesting, or baffling, depending on how full you see your glass. These games, as the name would imply, involve a repetitive click action which is usually associated with the receipt of a virtual income. This income can then be used to explore "upgrades" for...

PUBG Mobile Lite launched in India, designed for phones with less than 2GB RAM

PlayerUnknown's Battleground, or PUBG as it is more commonly referred to as, is one of the most popular games available on the Google Play Store. The Mobile version of the game sees massive popularity in India, and it is rather common to hear about it in clickbait news stories every week where the game is...