Headlines Today: Supercell's Boom Beach Launching Globally!

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The biggest headline today is Boom Beach was just launched globally. So pick up your weapons and get into a fight! Hurry up!

Boom Beach

Boom Beach is a combat strategy game where you fight an epic war against the evil Blackguard. Take your expeditionary force to beautiful paradise islands invaded by the enemy. Fight for every beachhead, free enslaved islanders and explore the uncharted archipelago. More content about Boom Beach heading to our Hub here.


Back in December, Games Workshop and developer Eutechnyx has announced a new game in the Warhammer universe for Steam and mobile devices called Warhammer 40k: Storm of Vengeance. Today, the developer just sent word that Storm of Vengeance's release would be pushed back by just a week, and would now be launched on April 3rd. According to TouchArcade.

With regard to the new release date, Eutechnyx revealed a variety of downloadable content, which includes new unit types like the jetpack-equipped Ork Stormboy, the powerful Dark Angel Dreadnought, and the Deathwing Terminator that will be available right alongside the game's launch. There will also be new Ork skins available.


LINE PLAY, produced by NAVER JAPAN, is a place where you can create an alter-ego of yourself in the form of an avatar, decorate your own room, swap diary entries and chat amongst friends. Recently, LINE PLAY collaborates with Dragon Quest to launch a series of Dragon Quest themed decorations that players can get them during a limited time period until March 30, 23:00.

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Japanese most popular mobile game Puzzle & Dragons will be released a version for arcade platform by GungHo Online Entertainment and SQUARE ENXI, entitled Puzzle & Dragons BATTLE TOURNAMENT, and the formal release date was confirmed for April 24. Below is a concept art of Puzzle & Dragons BATTLE TOURNAMENT, take a glance!




According to joystiq, Nvidia's Android-based handheld game system, Shield, will receive a temporary price drop for April, cutting the system by $50 to $199 for the month. The price cut is accompanied by new features arriving in a software update for the system next week, including a new user interface for the Shield's button-mapping feature. The addition lets players use the Shield's physical buttons for touch-based games on the Google Play store.


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