<p>The maker of mobile benchmarking tool GameBench has used its software to pit iOS against Android in the one criterion that really matters: gaming performance.</p><p>The team compared Apple's iPhone 6 with three Android-powered devices: the Samsung Galaxy S6, the Nexus 6, and the HTC One M9, and measured their frame rates while playing a number of high-end games.</p><p>The GameBench tool runs in the background on each device, while testers play the same level on the same game, with the same graphical settings, for 15 minutes a pop.</p><p>The games tested included Asphalt 8, Dead Trigger 2, Modern Combat 5: Blackout, Marvel: Contest of Champions, GTA: San Andreas, and Monument Valley.</p><p>The team was looking at three specific factors surrounding frames per second: the median FPS, the minimum FPS, and FPS stability. In all three metrics, a higher score is better.</p><p>Each game perfomed quite differently with some running better on an Android and others on iOS. But when averaged across all the games, the iPhone 6 won in all three criteria.</p><p>The Apple device "tended to have the highest median frame rate (40fps) and the highest minimum frame rate (32fps)," says GameBench. "It was the only device in our ranking to maintain an average minimum frame rate above 30fps".</p><p>The iPhone 6 also had the greatest frame rate stability of all the test devices, with a rock solid 92 percent.</p><p>The Galaxy S6 wasn't too far behind, mind you, with a median of 36fps, a minimum of 29fps, and a stability of 84 percent. The other Android devices didn't perform so well, with more frequent drops below 30fps.</p><p>GameBench is aware that the tests aren't perfect. The Galaxy S6 has a much higher screen resolution than the iPhone 6, for example, meaning games need to push more pixels.</p><p>And the firm says a number of factors could be behind the Android downfall. "Poor gameplay can result from poor optimisation of the device, poor optimisation of the game or game engine, differences in screen resolution, RAM, or the design of the processor".</p><p>But whatever the case, iPhone users now have one more reason to be insufferably pleased with themselves.</p><p>You can get the full report on GameBench's blog.</p><p>While Monster Hunter Freedom Unite is still not fixed on iOS (that should happen later this summer), Capcom tried to launch another game in the series earlier this year.</p><p>Called Monster Hunter Explore, it was a version of the famous series built from the ground up with mobile in mind. It focused on battles and simplified a lot of its RPG elements.</p><p>It was also heavily reliant on multiplayer and only worked online as the game was free-to-play. While it was only available in some countries, as part of a soft launch, Capcom just announced that the server are closing down at the end of next month.</p><p>The message seems quite clear and it seems like the game's not coming back:</p><p>It especially sucks since people poured out some cash on iAPs or even spent quite some time building their characters only to have that taken away mere months after "launch".</p><p>Not the best way to inspire confidence in your games and services.</p><p>[Source]</p>
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<p>Just in time for the first week of The Walking Dead, Gameloft's Zombie Anarchy has just dropped out of nowhere on iOS.</p><p>As you can guess from the title, Zombie Anarchy is an apocalyptic survival game chocked full of zombies. In order to stand a single chance at surviving you've got to collect survivors, build an enviable camp, defend it from monsters and men alike, and boss through the apocalypse like an utter beast.</p><p>Your use of effective strategy will be what sees you through the days gone bye (haa - comic book joke), as well as your ability to keep an eye on the trundling army of the dead. In order to survive as time progresses you'll need to upgrade your base and hone in on your survivor's unique skills to come out on top.</p><p>Zombie Anarchy is free-to-play with your usual IAPs, so grab the game here on the App Store, or on Google Play, now.</p>newcoolmathgames.com<p>We're halfway through the week, but there's no sign of us slowing down yet. No, it's time to check out the best updates out and about, and why we should be playing them.</p><p>I mean, you don't have to download every update. It's just nice to see your options - whether you're into monster-catching, soccer stuff, or more.Castaway Cove</p>Publisher: KongregatePlatform: iOS/Android<p>We've had more content added in the latest update where Almoc has risen from the sea. Spend Doubloons to earn Spirit Stones, and use Spirit Stones to unlock new Ascension Skills to make your beautiful, little island a total paradise.</p>DC Legends: Battle for JusticePublisher: Warner Bros.Platform: iOS/Android<p>We're introduced to Power Girl and Superboy in version 1.17.2, so take some time getting to know these characters and help them fulfill their destinies.</p>Middle-earth: Shadow of WarPublisher: Warner Bros.Platform: iOS/Android<p>If you've been thinking "Gee, I love Shadow of War but the one thing missing is co-op", well haven't we got good news for you. After some rigorous testing, the game's Arena co-op mode is now ready to play.</p>Peace, Death!Publisher: Azamat BayzulaevPlatform: iOS/Android<p>If you're after more story and more fun, The Hand of F DLC is now available to grab on iOS. Though the update hasn't hit Android yet, it shouldn't be too far behind.</p>Pokemon DuelPublisher: The Pokemon CompanyPlatform: iOS/Android<p>To celebrate the game's first birthday, we've gotten a new content update, plus bonuses for a limited-time. These include log-in gifts for players between now and January 30th, new Pokemon figures - Mega Mewtwo X and Mega Mewtwo Y - a new Ultra Beast, and more.</p>Soccer StarsPublisher: MiniclipPlatform: iOS/Android<p>Aside from iPhone X support for its iOS version, Soccer Stars has recently gotten new kits, bug fixes, and a whole new game mode to kick about: Penalty Rush.</p>Super Phantom Cat 2Publisher: Veewo GamesPlatform: iOS/Android<p>Sad you missed out on the mid-autumn/Halloween levels last year? Surprise! They're back and attainable once you've surpassed Level 4-1.</p>Underworld Football ManagerPublisher: Stranga GamesPlatform: iOS/Android<p>It's only a small update, but version 3.8.0 brings us brand new city graphics and higher mental attribute caps, as well as a few tweaks and usual fixes. We should also be getting new improvement, defence, bribery, and vandalism items coming soon too.</p>
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Would yet again betray the fore-betrayed,<p>Million Victories' popular MMO Million Lords is set to receive a substantial update on 1st December called Leagues of Glory. The developers say this will push the competitiveness and fun of the MMO even further than before.</p><p>The update will see each player placed into one of three leagues which will be represented by the usual Olympic names of Bronze, Silver and Gold. The aim will be to climb up the ladder above your opponents and become recognised as a Legendary Lord.</p>
Harm have I done to them, but ne'er was harmed;<p>Nitrome, developers of the Gold Award-winning Icebreaker: A Viking Voyage, have been releasing a series of video teasers for their upcoming game.</p><p>Now, that game has finally come to light.</p><p>It's called Gunbrick, an action-packed puzzle platformer set in a world where instead of cars, people operate giant gunbricks.</p><p>A gunbrick is, apparently, just a giant block equipped with a gun on one end and a shield on the other. The need for such a vehicle (if you can call it that) is still a mystery.</p><p>According to Nitrome's reveal post about it, "cars are obsolete" in the world of Gunbrick.</p><p>The post also hints at the game's "cunning puzzles" and "humorous cut scenes," which you can get a bit of a glimpse at in the trailer below.</p><p>Gunbrick is headed to iOS and Android, though there is no set release date.</p><p>Nitrome promise more info in the weeks to come.</p>
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