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Meet Jurassic World Alive, Coming This Spring



If you liked Pokemon Go, well then there is a new game coming this spring that is certainly going to take everything to a whole other level completely.

‘Jurassic World Alive’ is bringing your favorite Dinosaurs to live this spring and yes, it’s an augmented reality, location-based game for Android and iOS.

In the game, players play the part of a new recruit in the Dinosaur Protection Group (DPG) whose mission to to save dinosaurs from extinction by tracking them, collecting DNA sample and creating new hybrid species in a lab.

To kick things up a notch, those hybrid creations that players create can then be assembled into a team to fight other teams in PvP arenas. Forget how contradictory the premise seems, it’s kind of cool.

Universal and Ludia say that said players will track their Jurassic dinos using a drone, and must track down supply drops in-game to earn in-game currency and battery life for that drone. The companies are currently accepting registration for Jurassic World Alive on the game’s official website.




PUBG Mobile Surpasses $9 Billion in Lifetime Revenue




PUBG Mobile has reached $9 billion in global lifetime revenue and has notched 1.1 billion installs worldwide across the App Store and Google Play, according to data from Sensor Tower.

The mobile version of PUBG experienced 104.4 million installs globally between January and September 2022, which represents a 27% decline year-over-year from the same period in 2021, additionally,  PUBG Mobile made $1.6 billion between January and September of this year, also a 27% decrease from the $2.2 million generated from Q1 to Q3 last year.

Looking at another popular title, MiHoYo’s RPG Genshin Impact, they generated $1.4 billion in consumer spending between Q1 and Q3 2022. The game celebrated it’s second anniversary in style, hitting $3.7 million in lifetime revenue around the time, according to Sensor Tower.

MiHoYo’s RPG has amassed 126.4 million installs on mobile to this date.

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Tencent Facing Allegations of Infringing on Mobile Legends: Bang Bang




Tencent will appear in court on this Tuesday to face allegations of copyright infringement in China, filed by Shanghai-based studio Moonton Technology, according to the South China Morning Post.

Per the report, Tencent is accused of infringing on the rights of Mobile Legends: Bang Bang, one of the biggest mobile titles in Southeast Asia and faces allegations that include rights to authorship, reproduction and communications regarding the game.

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Ubisoft’s Hungry Shark Reaches 1 Billion Downloads



Hungry Shark

Ubisoft is celebrating the long-standing success of it’s most downloaded mobile series ‘Hungry Shark’, which initially launched back in 2010 and has since surpassed over 1 billion downloads, an impressive feat.

Ubisoft has confirmed, via a release, that the Hungry Shark franchise has hit one billion downloads globally across mobile platforms, making it Ubisoft’s most-downloaded mobile franchise.

“We’re really proud to reach this incredible milestone and I’d like to thank the teams involved for their hard work as we look ahead to some exciting announcements in early 2023 on the future direction of the studio and to share more on Hungry Shark brand” Ian Harper, Managing Director of Ubisoft Future Games of London said in an official press release.

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