We have known for quite some time that Niantic, the developer behind the mega-popular Pokémon GO augmented reality game, is hard at work on a new AR game based on the Harry Potter universe.
While Pokémon GO smashed records and earned the world’s attention thanks to its ties to the mega-popular Pokémon franchise, the developer behind the title, Niantic, had another augmented reality game that managed to rake in its own sort of attention.
If you are a fan of the Diablo series from Blizzard (now Blizzard/Activision) and have been hoping that maybe, some day, a full-featured game would land on iOS devices in the future, that wait is almost over.
Epic Games’ smash hit, Fortnite, continues to keep feature parity a top priority as it updates the iOS version of the title to reflect the same update on consoles and PC.
Minecraft: Education Edition has been available for a bit of time now for macOS and Windows, and now it’s heading to large-screen iOS devices.
If you’ll recall, the augmented reality-based game Pokémon GO was kind of a big deal after it launched, and for quite awhile after that. Niantic, the developer behind the title, had a hit on its hands.
The incredibly popular Netflix original TV show, Stranger Things, now has its very own iOS game, aptly named Stranger Things: The Game. Unlike other popular games based on movies or TV shows, this one here is completely free on the App Store.
Nintendo has been making a push into “smart devices” for a little while now, with its first attempt being the social app, Miitomo.