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Battlefield 1942 (sometimes known as BF1942) is a 3D World War II first-person shooter video game developed by Swedish company Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows and OS X. The game can be played in single-player mode against the video game AI or in multiplayer mode against players on the Internet or in a Local Area Network. It is also a popular platform for mod developers, with a large number of released modifications that alter the gameplay and theme.

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Battlefield Vietnam is a first-person shooter video game, the second in the Battlefield franchise after Battlefield 1942. The game was developed by the Swedish company Digital Illusions Creative Entertainment and published by Electronic Arts. Battlefield Vietnam takes place during the Vietnam War. It features a large variety of maps based on historical settings, such as the Ho Chi Minh Trail, Battle of Hue, Ia Drang Valley, Operation Flaming Dart, The Battle of Khe Sanh and Fall of Saigon. On March 15, 2005, EA re-released the game as Battlefield Vietnam: Redux, which includes new vehicles, maps, and an EA-produced World War II mod, based on the previous Battlefield 1942

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Battlefield 2 is a first-person shooter video game, developed by EA DICE, with contributions by Trauma Studios. Battlefield 2 was published by Electronic Arts and is the third full game in the Battlefield series.[1] The latest version is v1.50, which was released on September 1, 2009, and added the content of the Euro Force and Armored Fury booster packs, as well as the Highway Tampa and Operation Blue Pearl maps.

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Battlefield 2: Modern Combat is a first-person shooter video game in the Battlefield series, developed by EA DICE. Modern Combat is the first Battlefield game for video game consoles.

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Battlefield 2142 is a first-person shooter video game developed by EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts. It is the fourth game in the Battlefield series. Battlefield 2142 is set in the 22nd century, during a new ice age which sees two military superpowers – the European Union (EU) and Pan Asian Coalition (PAC) – battle for the remaining land

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Battlefield: Bad Company is a first-person shooter developed by EA DICE for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, and part of the Battlefield series. It was released in North America on 23 June 2008, followed by a European release on June 26. The game was hinted at just before the release of Battlefield 2, and then announced sixteen months later. A direct sequel, Battlefield: Bad Company 2, was released for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC on 2 March 2010. The player controls protagonist Private Preston Marlowe and his exploits to steal gold from mercenaries along with his squad, in the midst of a war between the United States of America and the Russian Federation.

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Battlefield 1943 is an online multiplayer World War II first-person shooter video game developed by EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts for Xbox Live Arcade and PlayStation Network via digital download only. Unlike Battlefield 1942, this game takes place only in the Pacific Theater of Operations of World War II. A PC version was planned but later cancelled.

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Battlefield: Bad Company 2 is a 2010 first-person shooter video game developed by the Swedish firm EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, iOS and Kindle Fire systems. It is a direct sequel to Battlefield: Bad Company and is part of the Battlefield game series. It was released worldwide in March 2010. The iOS port was released on the App Store on December 16, 2010. A Kindle Fire version was released in June 2012.

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Battlefield Online is a free online first person shooter developed by Neowiz Games, Electronic Arts and DICE, and distributed by Neowiz Games. It is a remake of Battlefield 2 usiung Battlefield 2142’s modified Refractor Engine 2,

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Battlefield Play4Free (often abbreviated BFP4F) was a first-person shooter video game developed by EA DICE and Easy Studios and published by EA. Based on the Battlefield series, the game features a modern warfare battlefield setting. Play4Free is built on a modified version of Battlefield 2’s game engine, with improvements such as high resolution artwork and post-processing effects. The game is also less demanding on computer specifications, similar to Battlefield Heroes.

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Battlefield 3 is a first-person shooter video game developed by EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts. It is a direct sequel to 2005’s Battlefield 2, and the eleventh installment in the Battlefield franchise. This is the first game where EA decided to switch to Origin, their competitor to stream. For this I will never forgive them 🙁

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Battlefield 4 is a 2013 first-person shooter video game developed by Swedish video game developer EA Digital Illusions CE (DICE) and published by Electronic Arts. It is a sequel to 2011’s Battlefield 3 and was released on October 29, 2013 in North America, October 31, 2013 in Australia, November 1, 2013 in Europe and New Zealand and November 7, 2013 in Japan for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.

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Battlefield Hardline is a first-person shooter video game developed by Visceral Games in collaboration with EA DICE and published by Electronic Arts. It was released in March 2015 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. Unlike the previous games in the Battlefield series, Hardline focuses on crime, heist and policing elements instead of military warfare, i.e. what the hell is this this game doing on this list…..

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battlefield 1, I.e. the reason for this article. we shall see how its going to do on release.

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Battlefield is a series of video games that are published by EA and developed by DICE and Visceral Games (separately from each other). The games focus mainly on large scale war between various factions across the world, some real,.. others not. Players get to use many weapons to achieve one goal, utter maybe and wanton murder of everyone not on their current team. Which in my humble opinion is awesome. There are many competitors e.g. Call of Duty, Red Orchestra, Frontlines, Brothers in arms etc and some of them like the COD series have achieved a high player sales count and a high release count just like battlefield, reminding some of us of the ever present madden football games or the NHL games. New year, new COD/BF with the same ol’ same ol’ feel.

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To break the monotony EA released Battlefield Hardline. Which prompted a loud “Why?” from many fans. Since EA didnt know the answer either they chose to shrug their shoulders, and go back to WW I / II genre of game based large battles, and now we have a reboot (?) of the series as Battlefield 1, with many fans rejoicing. An ever popular concept with the movie industry, video game companies have decided to get in on the action also, with Call of duty putting out Modern Warfare Remastered and now EA putting out Battlefield 1. The game is set in real world, and no alternate histories or nazis on the moon are involved.

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As pointed out by the timer under the video, the release date is October 21 across the board for PS4, PC, and Xbox One. The guy on the cover with a cape is a Harlem Hellfighter. Guess he hadn’t seen the PSA about  NO CAPES!…..  The Harlem Hellfighters aka the Black Rattlers aka the Men of Bronze were the 369th Infantry Regiment, made up mostly of Black and Puerto Rican enlistees. They never lost a man to capture, a foot of land or a trench to the enemy and were the longest serving American unit in the war.

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We are all awaiting more info but so far it seems, there will indeed be a single player mode. Whats in it or how expansive will it be? its anyones guess at this point, considering how … lacking the single player was compred to the multiplayer for the last couple of installments of Battlefield (once again ignoring hardline since… seriously EA what the hell was that? did you have a game kicking around the warehouse and decided to re-brand it as a BF title?.. o was that it? well that does explain a few things.).  PS YES! there are horses in this game that you can ride! I’m gonna trample me some tank riders!

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Google Play Games reportedly give up on Google + permissions for its games

Google Play Games is giving up on Google +, as it will soon relinquish its Google+ account requirements to use. In order to get games and apps and use them, all you will need is a basic Google account. You will not be requested to give permissions and you will be signed in for all the games you have at once. This move should make your interaction with apps and games easier, especially if you don’t want your personal details to be linked to your games.

 

The transition to Google Play Games’ new policy should not interfere with users’ experience unless a game decides to use specific Google+ features extensively. For Google+ this means that it is finally reduced to a social network ( a barely successful one at that) and that its “catch-all internet service” days are over.

 

Source: Endgadget

 

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Rayman Adventures – new free adventure mobile game from Ubisoft

If you like side-scrolling games and are a fan of old-school adventures, maybe you will want to go to the Google Play Store soon to check out Rayman Adventures. This is the most recent title from Ubisoft which centers on the very popular Rayman. Unlike previous games, this one is free to download, which means it has a hell load of in-app purchases.

 

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Rayman Adventures takes you to an adventure where you must do everything in your power to save the Incrediballs. Apart from all that action, you will explore environments in order to find and collect the Incrediballs, your first and foremost objective being to bring them to their home. Every Incrediball has its own power and you can use them to solve puzzles and destroy villains.

 

Visually speaking, the game has no drawbacks, with the environments feeling vibrant and alive for the most part. The main character is also very personable and the other characters can be endearing as well.

 

 

 

Rayman Adventures is available in a few different languages and you can find it for free on the Google Play Store via the widget below. Some items will be purchasable with real money, but the in-app purchases can be turned off in the game settings menu apparently.

 

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Price: Free+
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[Educational game of the day] Captain Clean needs your help in Cleanopolis!

Captain Clean could change your life or your child’s life if you try it. The world is a terrible horrible place heading to total destruction and humans have a lot to do with that. Renewable energy and alternative solutions are found or worked on all the time, but many do not get to know about them.

 

Captain Clean

 

 

Global warming and its effects upon nature are getting worse and worse, and the future seems dark and heavy in greenhouse gasses. This little game could help your children understand what positive change and environment protection are all about. You can try it too, it will definitely get a few laughs out of you, at least at first!

 

Captain Clean needs you to fight with him against climate change and protect Cleanopolis from CO2 emissions. You get to explore the city and its districts, where you will find different mini-games to keep you entertained. When CO2 emissions are lowered, the city becomes beautiful again, the people are happy and the world continues to turn.

 

 

 

 

You can even play the game with 3D glasses (cardboards) if you want to immerse yourself a bit on the world of Cleanopolis.

 

Captain Clean features:

  • 4 districts you can explore
  • quizzes to evaluate ecological footprint and advice on how to improve it
  • 8 mini-games to test your reflexes and reduce the emission of greenhouse gasses
  • movie theater with an educational film included below
  • unlock objects to make Cleanopolis beautiful again!

 

 

 

Captain clean is a pretty and educational game where everything you do counts. Test and educate yourself and your kids about how you can change the world for the better!

 

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Call of Champions – explore mobile LoL-like MOBA on your device!

Did you ask for a mobile MOBA? Did you want a mobile MOBA? Well, it doesn’t matter because now you have a new mobile MOBA you can try on your smartphone! Call of Champions is available on the Google Play Store, it is free and it has in-app purchases too. If you love League of Legends of DotA 2, you will definitely have some time for this little game.

 

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MOBA games have become a hit in the PC world, but they have not managed to infect the mobile device world yet. The games that managed to have some success are inconvenient because a match can take more than 15 minutes. Call of Champions says its matches will only take 5 minutes and they can even last less if the enemy team manages to capture the others’ base via the Orb of Death. If the conquest doesn’t happen, the team with the biggest score wins. The battlefield is also simple because you only have two lanes of combat to deal with.

 

 

 

The game has lots and lots of heroes you can try and some will have to be unlocked with grinding or cash. You get some free heroes if you complete the tutorial and you get another free hero after you complete your first week of play. If you want to give the game another look, you can click on the widget below!

 

Call of Champions
Call of Champions
Developer: Spacetime Games
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Neko Atsume: Kitty Collector live on Google Play! Collect ALL the cats!

Cats rule the internet, that is known. Cats are continuously plotting to take over the world, that is also fact! But these little ninjas of darkness are also consistent manipulators that will make your heart melt with a purr. In order to never run out of cats, you can now try the Neko Atsume: Kitty Collector, where you will collect an unlimited arsenal of purring little grateful demons.

 

Neko Atsume

 

 

The game lets you “catch” felines as easy as one, two, win! You get a yard where you can place all sorts of colorful playthings and foods in order to attract felines, you wait for them to visit and that’s pretty much it! You can collect from over 40 varieties of cats that can stop by our garden. You bait them with food and then watch them play with the toys in your garden and that’s it!

 

You can also try to collect rare felines that might grace you with their presence if you leave the right items around. Once a cat comes to visit you, it is logged in on your Catbook, so you will never forget it! Cats also leave you with gifts when they leave, and they can be silver or niboshi, a type of fish that you can later use as currency to buy more kibble, toys, or extend your garden.

 

 

 

Neko Atsume: Kitty Collector is available for devices running on Android 2.3 and higher, which means pretty much any smartphone out there at the moment. The game is free, but it does have an in-app purchase transaction method that allows you to buy more niboshi. You can switch between Japanese and English language from the game menu. Give the game another look below!