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Black Shark 2 Gaming Phone By Xiaomi Is Now Available In Europe

Xiaomi’s second edition of the flagship gaming phone Black Shark is now up for grabs in Europe for a price of 549 Euros. The Black Shark 2 is very robust compared to its predecessor, and comes with Snapdragon 855 chipset, 8GB or 12GB of RAM, 128GB or 256GB of storage, a 4,000mAh battery with 27-watt charging, and a notchless 6.39-inch full HD+ AMOLED screen. Read More

Dice Online, A New And Unique Way Of Board Gaming For Android

Board games are always fun to play with friends, be it on the weekends or just to chill on busy work days. These board games have now made their way into smartphones, giving the users the best gaming experience, keeping it as realistic as possible. Dice Online, developed by Alexandr Shvab, is a simulation of an amazing board game which will probably keep you hooked for hours. Complete with smooth mechanics and a very fluid gameplay, Dice Online is a decent game. Read More

Nintendo Will Release Dr. Mario For iOS And Android On July 10

Nintendo games are very popular around the world and it was not until recently that the company began diving into the smartphone gaming industry. Games like Fire Emblem Heroes, Dragalia Lost and Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp have accumulated good fan base since 2016. Now, the company will be launching Dr. Mario for mobile this July. Read More

Bose Launches New AR Audio Sunglasses In India

Bose has unveiled its new sunglasses in India that support AR-audio and is plainly called ‘Bose Frames‘. These shades will feature wireless music playing capability and will make use of Bose’s very own AR audio technology to enhance the user experience. The sunglasses is now available for purchase in India under the Bose Frames Lens Collection for a price of Rs. 21,900. Read More

Apple Is Investing $500 Million To Develop Games For Apple Arcade

Apple recently announced the Apple Arcade gaming subscription service along with the Apple TV+ and News+ subscription services. The company however did not announce the pricing for Apple Arcade, keeping it under wraps for the moment. Now, new reports claim that Apple is investing more than 500 million dollars to fund more than 100 original games that will be available on this gaming platform. Read More

Snapchat Will Soon Have A Gaming Platform Inside The App

Snapchat is trying to convert their App from the regular photo and video messaging service into more of a game oriented service. Sources claim that the company will be launching a separate in-App gaming platform to attract more users to play these games and improve the signups in the App. The project is reportedly named “Project Cognac” and the company will announce it at the content and developer partners summit in Los Angeles on April 4. Read More

Google Deletes Several Games On Play Store, Found To Be Malware

Google has wiped out almost 13 Apps that were disguised as ‘racing games’ under gaming section on the Play Store. These Apps were nothing but malware and has affected almost 500,000 Android users. Anyone who installed the game, just found out that it won’t open and it only keeps crashing when tried to open. Read More