EA slashes 80% off iOS games for back-to-school sale

By on August 5, 2011 at 9:03 PM.

EA slashes 80% off iOS games for back-to-school sale

Electronic Arts has cut the prices of several of its top iOS games by as much as 80% as part of its back-to-school sale. The following iPhone games are now just $0.99: Tetris, Scrabble, FIFA 11, Fight Night Champion, Transformers Dark of the Moon, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, Risk, Madden NFL and NCAA Football. EA’s iPad games are mostly priced between $0.99 and $2.99, and the following titles are included in the sale: Battleship, Monopoly, The Game of Life, NBA Jam, Flight Control, Risk, Max and the Magic Marker, Yahtzee Adventures, Sim City Deluxe, Pictureka, Tetris, Transformers Dark of the Moon, Monopoly: Here and Now, Reckless Racing, Scrabble and Snood. More →

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Dungeon Hunter 2, NBA Jam, other iOS games on sale for holiday weekend

By on July 1, 2011 at 11:00 PM.

Dungeon Hunter 2, NBA Jam, other iOS games on sale for holiday weekend

A number of iOS game publishers, including Gameloft and Electronic Arts, have dropped the prices of several games in honor of the upcoming holiday weekend. EA has slashed the prices of NBA Jam, The Sims 3, FIFA 11, Dead Space, and Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit to $0.99. Gameloft’s Dungeon Hunter 2 and Starfront Collision are also just $0.99, as is Adult Swim’s Robot Unicorn Attack. Trucks and Skulls Nitro and Cross Fingers are both free this weekend, and both Zen Bound and Zen Bound 2 are priced at $0.99. If you’re doing some traveling on your way to a BBQ and need a good way to pass the time, be sure to hit up the iTunes App Store to take advantage of the sales. Of all the titles above, we highly recommend giving both Dungeon Hunter 2 and NBA Jam a play-through. More →

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NBA Jam for iOS updated with local multiplayer support

By on April 22, 2011 at 5:59 AM.

NBA Jam for iOS updated with local multiplayer support

When EA launched NBA Jam for the iPhone and iPod touch in February, there was one glaring omission: the ability to dunk on your friends. On Thursday EA fixed that by updating the game with local multiplayer, which means you’ll be able to take to the court and play against your buddies using Wi-Fi or Bluetooth. If you use an iPad, there’s more good news – EA also launched NBA Jam HD for $9.99. NBA Jam has been a staple on our devices since its debut, and it’s been updated with the current NBA roster, too. Lace up those Nike’s and install the update. More →

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NBA Jam updated with current roster; Legendary Wars adds Game Center, more

By on April 1, 2011 at 1:12 AM.

NBA Jam updated with current roster; Legendary Wars adds Game Center, more

It’s Friday, so kick back and catch up on your gaming. Two popular iOS titles, NBA Jam and Legendary Wars, were recently updated with some noteworthy features. NBA Jam picked up a new roster feature which provides more current rosters for teams like the Knicks, Nets, and others. This will allow you to dunk with Carmelo Anthony and Chauncey Billups on the Knicks or Deron Williams on the Nets, for example. It’s not the multiplayer update we’ve been waiting for, but we dig being able to play as recently traded characters. Next up: Legendary Wars has been updated with a host of new features, including Retina display support, 50 Game Center achievements, 5 Leaderboards for Endless Modes, a new Armory, some bug fixes, and improved loading performance. There’s also a new free-demo of Legendary Wars in the iTunes App Store. More →

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