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Another touch-based triumph from Croydon’s finest

Meet the Spacelings – the new puzzler from To-Fu developer HotgenHotgen, UK-based developer of the inventive iPad, iPhone and iPod touch puzzler To-Fu, has unleashed the latest version of its iOS title – and it’s out of this world.

The original version of Spacelings was released a couple of weeks ago. The game is a slick piece of iOS puzzling, in which players must rescue the cute and loveable Spacelings from the clutches of their evil Roborg adversaries.

Latest Cursed Crusade trailer reveals central storyline and introduces key characters

Mastertronic release The Cursed Crusade prologue trailerMastertronic, the UK’s leading independent publisher of computer and video games, today released the cinematic prologue for The Cursed Crusade.

The prologue sets the scene for what is set to be an epic adventure, revealing the cleverly intertwining narratives that make up The Cursed Crusade’s central storyline. Beginning with Jean De Bayle, the prologue goes on to introduce central character Denz de Bayle and his companion in arms, Esteban Noviembre.

eGames, Inc. Changes Its Name to Entertainment Games, Inc.

Reflects the Company's Commitment to Cross-Platform Social Game Development

Casual games developer and publisher eGames, Inc. today announced that its Board of Directors has approved a change in the name of the company to Entertainment Games, Inc., effective immediately. Entertainment Games will continue to trade under under the symbol (Pink Sheets:EGAM).

Skiller is offering game developers a golden opportunity to integrate their games with the Skiller platform. Each developer who does so will receive $1,000.

Skiller SDK announces $1000Skiller, a leading provider of social mobile gaming platforms, announced today a special $1,000 promotion plan for every game developer, who develops a new game with Skiller SDK or integrate the Skiller SDK into his existing mobile games. The full promotion plan terms and conditions can be found in Skiller’s website.

Extreme Robot Carnage Coming to PlayStation®Network, Xbox LIVE® Arcade for Xbox 360® and Windows PC in 2012

Ubisoft and Demiurge Studios Shoot Many RobotsUbisoft® and Demiurge Studios announced a joint partnership to help stop the robot apocalypse in Shoot Many Robots™. Developed by Demiurge Studios and published by Ubisoft, Shoot Many Robots™ will be released on Xbox LIVE® Arcade for the Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft, PlayStation® Network and Windows PC in 2012.