505 Games

505 Games (formerly known as 505 GameStreet), is the global video game publishing division of Italian company Digital Bros. S.p.A. founded in 2006. The company also maintains a UK division in Milton Keynes, and a North American division in Los Angeles opened in May 2008.The company publishes globally games for the platforms: Sony (PS3, PS4 and PSVita), Nintendo (N3DS, NDS, NDSi and Wii U), Xbox 360, Xbox One, iOS, Android, and Windows operating system; and previously for the Game Boy Advance, PlayStation, Xbox, PlayStation 2, Nintendo Wii, and PlayStation Portable.
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  • Mobile Game Roundup: Asterix and Friends, Legends of Callasia and More

    … in the maze dims. Players can earn bonus time by quickly completing sections of the maze. The game offers two gameplay modes: classic and infinite. In the infinite mode, players have unlimited time to make it through each section of the maze, and the light will not dim. RC Toy Cars Race (Free on Android) – This RC car racing game from Tiny Lab Kids…

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  • 505 Games Launches Ember on iOS

    … 505 Games and N-Fusion Interactive announced the release of Ember on iOS. In the role-playing game, users become a hero called the Lightbringer, and they must decide whether to protect fallen stars called Embers, or to use the Embers for their magical powers. In Ember, players can explore environments by tapping on the ground to move…

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  • Mobile Game Roundup: Crab War, Pirates Bay and More

    … as two new classes: diviner and ninja. New Star Soccer G-Story ($3.99 on iOS) – This gamebook from Hachette UK, New Star Games, Insight Studios and The2Steves places users in the role of a soccer player and allows them to make decisions that affect the way the story plays out. The app includes 240 gameplay segments, including segments for shooting…

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  • Mobile Game Roundup: Tropical Wars, Soda World and More

    … on iOS, Android) – From BulkyPix and Once A Bird, Fold+ is the sequel to the original Fold from 2013. The puzzle game challenges players to fold, expand and rotate colored blocks until only one block of each color is left. The game reportedly offers twice as many puzzles as the original Fold, as well as “new gameplay mechanics.” Heavy Rockets ($1.99…

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