Last month we brought you the news that Zynga's acclaimed mobile speed-MOBA game Solstice Arena had taken the battle to the Mac platform, and today we have word that PC owners are now among those listed who can get in on all of the fun. That's right: Solstice Arena is now live for PC on Steam!What's great about the new PC version of the game is that it features full cross-platform support, so you can now play Solstice Arena against other gamers on the same server who are playing on their iPhones and iPads or Mac computers. All of the exhilarating and short-burst action will still be happening in real time, and Zynga has made sure to note that Solstice Arena has been built specifically for the PC platform ever since the early days of the game's development cycle.Completely balanced to hold up against its mobile counterparts, Solstice Arena on PC features intuitive single- and multi-touch mouse button controls, making it the perfect way to get in a few quick sessions on your desktop PC at work, and then a few more on your iPhone during the train ride home.The new free-to-play PC version of Solstice Arena is available to download right now on Steam, and don't forget to let us know your favorite way to play this action-packed MOBA down in the replies!
- Say goodbye to valueless coins and useless piles of Farm Cash: Zynga wants you to play with your real money now. A website for ZyngaPlusCasino has surfaced online, and it looks to be the much-anticipated platform for Zynga's online gambling service in the U.K. The website currently features a graphic of some familiar Zynga character silhouettes, including the iconic FarmVille cow, along with the enticing heading, "Coming Early 2013."
- "Raise the gates. Runner 5 Ready? Go!!!"Picking up the pace as you leave the safety of Abel Township, your guide Sam details your latest mission through the zombie-infested wilderness. Combining actual running with an engaging storyline and GPS-fueled undead chases, Zombies, Run! is an interactive fitness app and Kickstarter success story from Six to Start and Naomi Alderman that provides excellent motivation to get up and get moving.
- Howdy folks, it's time once again for another edition of The Dracula Files Developer Diary with eGames Product Manager Greg Zesinger (that's me). As always, follow us on Twitter and Facebook for your chance to win some very cool Dracula-related swag! We last awarded one copy of The Complete Dracula #1 comic book to a lucky Twitter minion, and this week we'll be giving away at least one advance reader copy of Dracula: The Un-dead, the Stoker family-endorsed sequel to the original classic, set for release in October.
- Greetings casual game fans! It's time for another installment of The Dracula Files Developer Diary. As always, I'm Greg Zesinger, eGames Product Manager and your host as we tiptoe through the development of our upcoming vampire-themed hidden object adventure.
- Just like everyone's favorite lord of the undead, The Dracula Files Developer Diary keeps coming back again and again. For those just climbing aboard, I'm Greg Zesinger, the Product Manager at eGames and your guide into the wonderful world of vampire hidden object adventure game development. You can follow the game's progress here, as well as on Twitter and on The Dracula Files Facebook page.
- Hey there vampire lovers (and haters)! eGames Product Manager Greg Zesinger here checking in to give you the latest scoop on the ongoing development of The Dracula Files!
- Greetings! eGames Product Manager Greg Zesinger here coming to you live from Transylvania (well, Pennsylvania, if you want to get picky) with the latest edition of The Dracula Files developer diary.