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Free Fire Gets Removed From Apple App Store

Garena Free Fire has been delisted from Apple App Store as of now. The explanation for eliminating Free Fire from their store was not delivered by Apple and Garena has not remarked on it also.This could be a straightforward error yet there are numerous things influencing everything which could straightforwardly prompt the endless expulsion of Garena Free Fire from the app store. Garena Free Fire is a well known fight royale game and offers a huge load of likenesses with PUBG Mobile. Krafton has sued Garena for this careful explanation and expressed that they have made a “PUBG Replica” in their claim.The claim was additionally stretched out to Google and Apple for conveying this supposed duplicates through their application stores. Krafton had said the accompanying in their case...

PUBG Developer Krafton Sues Apple, Google and Game Developer Garena , Wants Free Fire Banned

PUBG developer Krafton has recorded a claim against Garena, Apple, and Google. Krafton asserted that Garena – which delivered battle royale games Free Fire and Free Fire Max – has replicated PUBG: Battlegrounds and is suing Apple and Google for providing the games on their separate application stores. Krafton additionally blamed Google for facilitating recordings on YouTube that show the interactivity of Garena’s Free Fire and Free Fire Max. Krafton has additionally supposedly made a couple of moves against battle royale games being referred to. According to the grievance of copyright encroachment, shared by The Verge, Krafton has documented a claim against Free Fire and Free Fire Max designer Garena. The engineer of PUBG asserted that Garena has duplicated its famous bat...

Blyss: Developer Interview With Dropout Games

Blyss, the second game by Dropout Games, released quite recently on the Apple App Store. It instantly landed itself a handful of excellent reviews and ratings from AppAdvice (4.5/5) and Pocket Gamer (8/10). MacStories went ahead and called Blyss, “One of the best puzzle games I’ve ever played” and TouchArcade states that, “Blyss appears to achieve that sweet spot of being complex and in depth, while still having a zen-like vibe.” While Blyss was achieving all this praise in its first month, we got in touch with Ankush Madad, Co-Founder of Dropout Games, and asked him about how he feels about their game, and the fact that they got featured as the Apple App Store’s “iOS Editor’s Choice.” Gaming Central: Congratulations on the release of y...

Grab The Best iPhone Games Ever Made for Free

Apple’s App Store turns five this week (it first opened on July 10, 2008), and to celebrate, many of the biggest and best apps – including games – seem to be going on sale for, well, nothing. Among the games currently available for free (the sale isn’t official yet, so people are finding more games as they keep searching) include Sword & Sworcery, Infinity Blade 2, Where’s My Water, Tiny Wings and Badland. If any of those games have an iPad version, they’re free as well Game On Folk!! For the apple fanboys here is a list of apps/games that are free 😉 Games Tiny Wings (iPhone / iPad) Badland (iPhone / iPad) Sword & Sworcery (iPhone / iPad) Infinity Blade 2 (iPhone / iPad) Where’s My Water (iPhone / iPad) The Idiot Test 3 (iPhone) Pig Shot (U...


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