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Five Card Quest

A RogueLight devised around the idea of randomly generated dungeons consisting of a series of three screens each before delving to a deeper layer may sound like a great match for mobile play, especially when coupled with an interesting visual style. 968 more words


Tips For A Successful Mobile Marketing Campaign (3)

Tips For A Successful Mobile Marketing Campaign Source: Flickr Mobile marketing can be very intimidating to someone that has never done it before. It can easily lead to a bit of information overload because of all of the resources available to new marketers. 10 more words

Reviews Of Tablets

Knights of Pen and Paper 2 (+1 Fists of Fury Edition)

Knights of Pen and Paper was a fun little jaunt through a fantasy world loosely based on the idea of parodying well-known tropes of the genre. 1,297 more words


Chromebooks Gaining on Tablets in Education

As schools continue to invest in technology, the amount of devices found in the classroom is surging. Last year, the revenue for desktops, laptops, tablets, and two-in-one computers shipped to K-12 schools and higher education institutions in the United States amounted to $7 billion, according to estimates for… 170 more words

Mobile Learning

Demons Rise

Demon’s Rise appeared on the iStore with relatively little fanfare, which is a surprise because somebody over at Wave Light Games has obviously been putting a lot of love into it. 1,286 more words


Samsung Aims to Improve Phone Sales While Maintaining Profits in Holiday Quarter

As part of its earnings release on Thursday, Korean electronics giant Samsung said it hopes to see its fourth-quarter cellphone sales rise while also preserving profit margins. 324 more words


Knights of Pen and Paper (+1 Edition)

Knights of Pen and Paper is a hard game to tag a genre onto, it’s turn based but the real drive of the game is the opportunity to tailor the campaign to suit your own play style, deciding the difficulty of any event. 1,296 more words