Archive for the ‘Mobile’ Category
  • MLB has updated some of their mobile games
    Posted April 5th, 2016 at 10:15 am 1 Comment »
    Coinciding with the start of the season MLBAM has released updates to some titles in their suite of baseball games for mobile devices. MLB Perfect Inning (iOS - Android) is a free-to-play game built on the team-building model with a Season Mode and slate of games to play based on that day's real-life schedule. New in MLB Perfect Inning 16 are Black Edition players, enhanced graphics, Coach and Manager System, and career missions. Home Run Derby (iOS)Ā is a free-to-play game and...
  • MLB Manager 2016 out now for mobile devices
    Posted March 25th, 2016 at 2:30 pm 4 Comments »
    The mobile version of Out of the Park Baseball has arrived for this year just in time for the start of the season! MLB Manager 2016 is now available to download for both iOS through iTunesĀ and Android from Google Play. The game has an upfront priceĀ of $5 rather than going with the free-to-play model, however historical seasons are offered for an additional cost. MLB Manager 2016 features rosters updated for the new season, the same simulation engine found in the Out of the Park Baseball...
  • NBA Live bounces back in an unexpected form
    Posted February 23rd, 2016 at 3:45 pm 5 Comments »
    EA Sports rolled out a new game, NBA Live Mobile, to Canadian iOS and Android stores last week. The plan is for the game to expand to the US and other regions in the near future. It's somehow the best thing NBA Live since 2009. Using the same free-to-play model incorporating the Ultimate Team concept as other mobile sports games, NBA Live Mobile is all about building up a roster and acquiring desirable players through card packs, at auction, or with rewards. Coins and bonusesĀ are earned ...
  • MLBAM has released another mobile game
    Posted November 12th, 2015 at 10:15 am 3 Comments » Line Drive has joined the stable of games (Home Run Derby, Ballpark Empire, Franchise MVP, RBI Baseball) developed by MLB Advanced Media available for mobile devices. The new game is free to download and seems to offer moreĀ of an arcade-type experience. Blast home runs with the swipe of your finger! Each level presents challenging score goals and big rewards with physics-based gameplay for hours of fun! Increase your score by blasting homers outside of the ballpark and send them cr...
  • NBA 2K16 mobile game available now
    Posted October 15th, 2015 at 12:00 pm 13 Comments »
    While most mobile sports games have gone the free-to-play direction and away from playing like traditional console games, 2K Sports surprisingly has continued to produce premium appsĀ that attempt to offer a similar experience while using on-screen touch controls. The latest is NBA 2K16 which has just gone out for iOS devices and Android devices. This game is not to be confused with the MyNBA2K16 app which is the free companion to the console game. The new mobile version of NBA 2K16 is so...
  • 9 Innings Manager has launched on mobile
    Posted September 7th, 2015 at 5:30 pm No Comments »
    One of the most popular sports games on mobile, 9 Innings Pro Baseball, has now been joined by a management simulator. Com2us just released 9 Innings Manager for iOS devices and Android devices. It'sĀ free-to-play but of course relies onĀ in-app purchases.Ā  (more…)...
  • Tap Sports Football now available on mobile
    Posted August 11th, 2015 at 11:30 am No Comments »
    Tap Sports Football is out now for both iOS devices through iTunes and Android devices through Google Play.Ā The new gameĀ features the NFLPA license which provides the rights to the pool of real current players. It's free-to-play though the option is there of course to spend money on upgrading the team faster. The turn-based game comes from the same team behind Tap Sports Baseball which was one of last year's best mobile sports gamesĀ and prior to that Your Turn Football.Ā  (more…...
  • Jon Jones No Longer Fronting EA Sports UFC Mobile Following Update
    Posted May 8th, 2015 at 8:00 am 1 Comment »
    EA Sports took an unnecessary risk in having Jon Jones represent their UFC mobile game, which released just over two weeks ago, and they were placed in a tough spot immediately because of it. The game was out only a matter of days beforeĀ he was arrested in connection with a hit-and-run, had his light heavyweight title stripped, and now even his manager is saying he may never fight in the UFC again. EA changed their Facebook and Twitter pages to generic images immediately after the news b...