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Dead Trigger 2 now has fun new Tournament Mode

Dead Trigger 2 now has fun new Tournament Mode

It’s the end of the day — ready to kill some zombies? The undead must die, and if you’ve got the will, we’ve got the way. Dead Trigger 2 has been updated today, bringing in the highly anticipated Tournament Mode. There are also more ways to earn cash and keep you intrigued throughout.

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Dead Trigger 2 release stabs iOS and Tegra-friendly Android today

Dead Trigger 2 release stabs iOS and Tegra-friendly Android today

This afternoon you'll be finding a whole lot of zombie cut-downs in the wild as the folks at MadFinger Games release their second-generation first-person zombie shooter Dead Trigger 2. This game is appearing on the app stores for both iOS for iPhones and iPads as well as Android for devices of all sizes either immediately or later today. We got an early look at this game with the first review of NVIDIA SHIELD earlier this year.

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Facebook Unity SDK brings high-powered gaming to the social network

Facebook Unity SDK brings high-powered gaming to the social network

Over the past several years, the folks at Unity have created a game development platform where users could make major titles that work on multiple operating systems and in different environments. This week they've announced - at their developer conference "Unite" no less - that they're launching a new cross-platform SDK with Facebook that'll allow games like Shadowgun: Deadzone to be ported to Facebook with ease.

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Dead Trigger 2 Tegra 4 feature video outlines SHIELD-bound boosts

Dead Trigger 2 Tegra 4 feature video outlines SHIELD-bound boosts

While the NVIDIA SHIELD device isn't quite on the market yet, NVIDIA hasn't made any secret about making sure it's Tegra 4 processor (coming inside the device) is good and ready to be a big part of the presentation. Today the folks at MadFingerGames - in association with NVIDIA - have shown a video previewing the upgraded graphics and gameplay included in the Tegra 4 version of Dead Trigger 2. This game has not yet been released to the public, but will be pushed soon.

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Dead Trigger getting massive Christmas update

Dead Trigger getting massive Christmas update

With Christmas right around the corner, we're sure to see plenty of app developers releasing holiday-themed updates for their mobile games. One such developer is Madfinger, maker of the successful free-to-play shooter Dead Trigger. Today Madfinger announced a Merry Christmas update for Dead Trigger, which brings the game up to version 1.7.0.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: October 12th, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: October 12th, 2012

This morning we're getting all manner of research results regarding the iPhone 5 that we're sure Apple is more than happy to hear - it's selling well, imagine that! The iPhone 5 has overtaken the Galaxy S III and is unblunted by Apple Maps. It's also got a bit of advertisement tracking going on in it, but no worries, you want that anyway, right? Up in space there's also a collection of SpaceX mission photos for you to enjoy.

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SHADOWGUN: DEADZONE multiplayer FPS beta hits Android and hands-on

SHADOWGUN: DEADZONE multiplayer FPS beta hits Android and hands-on

We've had our first look at the beta version of the first person shooter version of SHADOWGUN: DEADZONE, out in beta form on the Google Play app store for Tegra 3 devices exclusively. This game is the multiplayer version of the benchmark-quality shooting game SHADOWGUN that's been optimized for NVIDIA's Tegra 3 quad-core processor on the market for some months - now you'll be able to take your Transformer Prime to the web to shoot em up in real-time! This game is absolutely free - for now - and is available for download right this minute.

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Dead Trigger hits 1 million iOS downloads after free-to-play switch

Dead Trigger hits 1 million iOS downloads after free-to-play switch

Earlier this week, Madfinger made its mobile FPS Dead Trigger free-to-play on the iOS App Store. That iOS transition came after and earlier switch to free-to-play on Android, with Madfinger saying that the piracy rate on Android was just too great. It seems that piracy was driving the decision to go free-to-play on iOS as well, but whatever the reason, the switch appears to have worked: Dead Trigger has hit 1 million downloads on iOS, just a few days after going free-to-play.

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