Soccer management game One for Eleven is now available on iOS and Android

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One For Eleven, branded ‘a new brand of football management game’ by its publisher Actoz Soft (that's soccer to us North American folks), has been released for iOS and Android devices.

Boasting a breadth of tactical options, you can also sign real life players across 25 positions, 30 different abilities, and 50 unique skills.

You control how your team is set-up, the tactics they employ during matches, and making sure players work together perfectly. 

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Review

Apr 23, 2014

Like a girl who can’t help dating bad boys, I’ve had my heart broken by Gameloft super hero titles before. More than once, in fact. So I went into The Amazing Spider-Man 2 fully prepared to be let down again, only to find that it’s really good. With slightly tighter controls, it could even be fantastic. Or amazing, if we want to keep the right adjectives with their respective franchises.

One thing that sets this game apart from its Gameloft brethren is that there’s no genre confusion. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 is unabashedly an action-adventure game, thrilling in the freedom that the web-spinner has at swinging through New York and showing off his acrobatic skills at every chance.

The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Spidey’s objectives in each level are a mix of open world encounters and planned events that drive the narrative. Thanks to a gang war that is engulfing New York, there’s no shortage of random crimes to stop, and the random missions do a good job mixing things up. You’ll find yourself stopping robberies, taking injured police officers to the hospital by webline and simply signing the occasional autograph for starstruck citizens.

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Hitman GO Review

Apr 22, 2014

Agent 47, or Jonathan Hitman as I like to call him, is an assassin with a heart. He may garrote goons with piano wires taken from actual pianos and dump their bodies in children's ball pits, but he usually does so for some contrive good reason. I think the previous games involved clones or …something?

You know what? It doesn't matter. Hitman GO is nothing like the games from which it derives. It's a board game - several board games, according to the main menu. You move the titular hitter of men across prescribed grids like a game piece while other pieces representing civilians and thugs of various orders patrol and/or survey the board to knock him over. The hitman always moves first, and moving into an opposing piece from behind or the sides will knock them over instead.

Hitman GO

That's literally all there is to the game. It's as minimalist as 47's own well-waxed dome, and far more appealing to look at than Timothy Olyphant's.

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FarmVille 2: Country Escape Walkthrough

Apr 21, 2014

Farmville 2: Country Escape is a free to play farm simulation game from Zynga, where you build your own farm, cultivate crops, take care of livestock, and harvest your crops for money. Its addictive blend of social elements have made it a popular go-to Facebook game, and now it’s made its way to your iOS device. Gamezebo's quick start strategy guide will provide you with detailed images, tips, information, and hints on how to play your best game.

FarmVille 2: Country Escape

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Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Review

Apr 21, 2014

I've already written about how much I love Hearthstone. I talked about how the game is a ballet of mathematic interactions glazed with Blizzard's trademark visual flair, production values and the World of Warcraft aesthetic. I probably said something about how the free-to-play elements are balanced with in-game currency that accrues at just the right speed to keep you from ever feeling obligated to spend real money.

I've admittedly fallen off my daily quest schedule quite hard in the months since Hearthstone's official release out of beta, but now it's on iPad. Now the game has changed.

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft

Except that it hasn't, really, which is a good thing. It's a fantastic thing, as Hearthstone was already a fantastic game. The transition to a mobile platform hasn't changed that. In fact, it feels rather like the game has come home.

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Mobile exclusives are the next big thing, says WSJ

Apr 21, 2014

When he’s right, he’s right. Back in January, Gamezebo founder Joel Brodie made a bold prediction: Apple and Google would start pushing companies for exclusives on mobile games, in the same way that Microsoft and Sony do in the console space. This weekend, the Wall Street Journal released a feature that suggests Joel’s assumption is now well underway.

“The two Silicon Valley giants have been wooing game developers to ensure that top-tier game titles arrive first on devices powered by their respective operating system,” WSJ reports, citing sources close to the situation.


When you have only two big players, though, I suppose a situation like this is an inevitability. Especially when both seem equally matched in appeal for developers. Apple might be less effected by piracy, and developers may see more success with paid games as a result, but the install base of Android dwarfs what Apple is doing on a global scale. If you’re not sure who to develop for first, being courted by either Google or Apple for an exclusive might make that decision a whole lot easier.

"When people love a game, and it's not available on an alternate platform, they'll change platforms," Kogregate’s Emily Greer told WSJ. "The level of attachment a person has to a game can exceed almost anything."

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Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Walkthrough

Apr 20, 2014

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft is a collectible card game from Blizzard Entertainment. In this game, you build decks of cards based on classes from World of Warcraft and battle opponents online. Gamezebo’s guide will provide you with some tips and hints that will give you a headstart on the surprisingly wide array of strategies.

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft

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Fable Age Review

Apr 18, 2014

Match-3/RPG hybrids are cool. Always have been, always will be. Whether we’re talking Puzzle Quest, 10000000 or Puzzle & Dragons, there’s a flavor of puzzle-RPG out there for everyone. Fable Age is a game that plays closest to the latter, but don’t let that fool you – in a world of Puzzle & Dragons clones, Fable Age manages to take those familiar pieces and craft something that can stand on its own two feet.

Fable Age

The debut mobile project from developer Blue Tea Games, it’s no surprise that the team chose to explore the world of myths and fairy tales. It’s a theme that they’re more than familiar with, having developed the popular hidden object series Dark Parables (which never failed to get top marks from our reviewers here at Gamezebo – The Final Cinderella even netted a perfect 5/5).

But while Dark Parables took a rather sinister tone, Fable Age remains playful. Bright colors and cartoony designs rule the day.

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An Indie Within an Indie: Woah Dave! Is Gaijin Games next Hit

Apr 18, 2014

Here’s some good news for all the up and coming game designers out there: in case being part of an indie studio isn’t enough creative freedom for you, there’s always the option of being an indie within an indie.

That unique set-up was what Jason Cirillo explained to me as people played his upcoming game Woah Dave! on two stations at the Gaijin Games booth at PAX East. Though he modestly deflects talk of being a solo act, Cirillo is for all intents and purposes the lone member of Robotube Games, a company he started in 2006 that now operates as a sub-label of Gaijin.

“I develop games myself inside of Gaijin as sort of a skunk works or experimental lab,” Cirillo said. “Gaijin is working on bigger projects now which are unannounced, so these are smaller games to kind of fill in the gaps.”

Woah Dave! looks every bit the kind of game that reflects the individual tastes of its creator. It’s a platformer with simple but frantic action that has players chasing high scores by trying to stay alive as long as possible, avoiding aliens and attempting to “pick stuff up and throw it.”

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RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile Walkthrough

Apr 18, 2014

Roller Coaster Tycoon 4 Mobile is a building / simulation game from Atari. In this game, you build an amusement park (and roller coasters in particular) in hopes of attracting visitors and making money.  Gamezebo’s walkthrough will provide you with some tips and hints that will help you make your very own scream machines.

RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile

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