‘Wrassling’ Gets Much-Demanded Local Multiplayer Feature in Update

Wrassling [Free] is fun. But Wrassling has sadly been a solo affair. One can perhaps only be entertained by wrestling other people out of the ring for so long. That amount of time is probably longer than it’s taken for Wrassling to get its local multiplayer update, but better sooner than later for more wrasslin’ in Wrassling, I say. You can wrassle with a friend on the same device in either co-op mode, or in a versus mode, with or without AI wrasslers. With the five-button controls, it’s probably a better experience on an iPad, but we must make do with whatever wrassling equipment we’ve got.

Considering that these sorts of goofy physics games are always more fun with other people, getting multipayer is a huge addition to Wrassling. There’s also a couple extra welcome additions: you can change the color of your Wrassler, and you can pause the game too. For the glory of Slamdovia!

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Sony Reveals E3 Conference Date and Time

Sony’s E3 2015 press conference will take place on Monday, June 15 at 6 pm PT / 9 pm ET in the L.A. Memorial Sports Arena.

No other information about Sony’s upcoming show were revealed besides the date, time, and location.

We now have the full conference schedule for E3, which you can see below.

Sunday, June 14

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Yes, Another ‘Warhammer’ Game is Coming in 2015, this Time it’s Going to be a “3D Collectible Card Battler”

Games Workshop has in no way been frugal when it comes to licensing Warhammer games on pretty much every platform, and the company isn’t done yet. Apparently, Supersense is the next company in line to develop a Warhammer game, as the company was “ridiculously proud to announce.” The upcoming game will be titled Warhammer: Storm of Magic and will be coming to iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire devices at some point in 2015. According to the developer, the game will allow you to pummel an Orc, send a Goblin into the abyss, or send pesky Humans back into their pigsties.

The game will be a turn-based, online 3D Collectible Card-battler that, from what the company is saying, will be highly social as players will be able to form Alliances and share their wins, losses, and rewards. There will be daily quests, a leveling system, Ranked play, an Arena, and a Campaign, so plenty of things to do and modes to choose from.

Even though the developers haven’t really specified the game’s monetization system, the company’s pedigree pretty much ensures that the game will be F2P. Supersense is very open to ideas and suggestions regarding the game’s development, so …read more

‘Hearthstone’ has Gone 64-bit on Mobile, and it’s so Much Snappier it’s Ridiculous

If you’ve been playing Hearthstone [Free] on a tablet or mobile recently, you’ve probably noticed that the game would get sluggish even on the latest devices. Fear not, though, because Blizzard’s decided to give the game a boost. In an update released yesterday, Blizzard switched on support for 64-bit devices (anything better than an iPad Air 1 and an iPhone 5s) and, seriously, the improvement isn’t just noticeable, it’s more like playing the game on fast forward. Menus pop open without the slightest delay, and any delay that wasn’t network-related has vanished. Go check it out yourself, you’ll be surprised at the difference 64-bit support makes.

Moving the game to 64-bit wasn’t the only feature this patch added; you can now purchase multiple packs at a time with gold on tablets, which means more ways for you to spend all that money trying to make a half-decent deck. Finally, in addition to the normal Ranked Play season card back (which for May is the Ninja card back), Blizzard has added the Heroes of the Storm card back (which looks pretty cool) for those who acquired it during the cross promotion event. All in all, a pretty good update because …read more