Hide your Phone from your Kids; Disney Introduces Four New Mobile Games

Disney Interactive Media Group, India has unveiled a brand new and exciting menu of four mobile games. The four multi-genre Disney games – Pirates of the Caribbean – On Stranger Tides, The Legend of G-Sword, Brain Gain, and Typhoon Riders – will be available across all the leading mobile phone carriers and can also be downloaded via the Disney WAP site: m.disney.in

Priced at INR 50 each, these games have been developed in India. For each game downloaded, player will get an additional Disney game at no extra cost. Disney Interactive Media Group (DIMG), a segment of The Walt Disney Company, is responsible for the global creation and delivery of interactive entertainment, multi-platform video games, and lifestyle content across all current and emerging digital media platforms.

Brain GainPirates of the Caribbean - On Stranger TidesThe Legend of G-SwordTyphoon Riders


Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides

This official 2D mobile game embarks you as Capt. Jack Sparrow on a quest to find the mystical fountain of youth and come across Blackbeard, the deadliest pirate of the sea. This action adventure game spans you across the plot of the official movie which introduces you to key characters and different locations.

The Legend of G-Sword

This action packed game takes the players into the real Ninja World. The players get to fight against the Dragon Snake, powerful and evil Ninja Gijanosho Eji’ who has only one motive in mind to conquer the Ninjutsu World, his Dark Disciple, and flying creatures.

Brain Gain

Brain Gain is   a complete package of brain games with cute characters and environments. It allows you to test focus and memory power while playing with jumping frogs, puzzles, zooming cars, and counting bees. Brain Gain is an exciting way to sharpen the brain and be smarter than your friends. This game also gives an opportunity to achieve a high score and be a Disney Certified Brain Gain Champ!

Typhoon Riders

The ultimate motorbike racing game, Typhoon Riders, requires the player to race against a motorcycle gang to get to the top and take the ring leader’s place. The players get to earn money, buy new bikes, and use the Typhoon feature to take out any opponents on the road.

Download Call of Duty Full Game For Symbian and Android Free

Yesterday was a big day for Rovio mobiles when they released the app for . However, here is another bonanza for you mobile gamers.

Call of Duty Modern Warfare Mobile Free

GetJar is now allowing users to download Call of Duty: Modern Warfare free for and Android phones. If you haven’t played Call of Duty yet, go ahead and give it a try, it is definitely a very good FPS game.

Download Call of Duty for Android and Symbian from GetJar for free. The full game will be available for free until 29th October, 2010.

Need for Speed Shift Coming to Android Market on June 4

Android Market has been growing at an impressive pace and as more and more manufacturers begin embracing Android, the growth curve will only get steeper. However, one area where the Android Market falls short is the availability of high quality games.


The good news is that things may be about to change for Android users. EA Games has announced that it will be bringing its popular racing franchise Need for Speed to the Android platform soon. The newest game in the series – Need for Speed: Shift, will be launched on June 4, which also happens to be HTC EVO’s launch date.

Very little else is known about the game. In fact, EA hasn’t even released any screenshot of the game. However, let’s hope that this time around EA has paid attention to detail. Their previous releases including The Sims 3 and Spore Origins were bug ridden and prone to force closes.

If you are a racing game fan and the wait seems too long for you, then don’t worry. Storm 8’s Racing Live should keep for hooked for the weeks to come. Racing Live is a free Massively Multiplayer Online Racing game that allows you to challenge racers from around the world.

Unreal 3 Coming to Android With Tegra 2?

A few days ago, Pallab told you about Tegra 2, Nvidia’s system-on-chip mobile processor, which was unveiled during CES 2010. The chip is so powerful that it could be used to also play Unreal 3.

A few weeks back Epic Games demoed Unreal 3 on an iPod Touch, however, it looks like it is soon going to make its way to Android based devices, according to a report from Android and Me. Unreal 3 on Android will give mobile gaming a real boost and handheld gaming device like PSP a run for its money.

These are definitely exciting times for gamers who would want to start playing anywhere without having to carry huge gadgets along. Heck, I would prefer to play games like Unreal and COD:MW2 on a mobile phone.

However, don’t get so excited yet as Tegra 2 is based off the ARM Cortex-A9 core and the hottest Android devices right now, Motorola Droid and Nexus One still run on ARM Cortex-A8, so it might take a few months before they start manufacturing devices with Tegra 2.

Watch a video of Tegra 2 in action.

What do you think? Will this enhance your gaming experience? Will you be more inclined to buy a smartphone than a gaming console.