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Dungeon Hunter 4 and Asphalt 7 pick up support for both MOGA controllers and 512 RAM devices

Dungeon Hunter 4 and Asphalt 7 pick up support for both MOGA controllers and 512 RAM devices

It’s not uncommon for Windows Phone 8 games to require 1 GB of RAM at launch, only to later be updated to run on devices with 512 MB of RAM. This happens because optimizing a game to work with less RAM takes extra time. Games don’t have the phone’s full bank of RAM to work with. On a 512 MB device, they can only access 150 MB. Sometimes a game can be crammed into that space, sometimes...

Paul Acevedo 60
Grab your helmet and prepare your tricks as Skateboard Party 2 launches on Windows Phone 8

Grab your helmet and prepare your tricks as Skateboard Party 2 launches on Windows Phone 8

Love skateboarding? Even if you don't (or are unable to) participate in the sport, you can enjoy yourself on your Windows Phone with Skateboard Party 2 from Ratrod Studio. This is a brand new skateboarding game with gorgeous graphics, addictive gameplay and a lot to offer those who skate for real. Even better? It's co-launching on iOS, Android and Windows Phone. If you find yourself...

Rich Edmonds 71
Street Outlaws for Windows Phone 8 drifts into the store with MOGA Pro support

Street Outlaws for Windows Phone 8 drifts into the store with MOGA Pro support

Street Outlaws has arrived in the Windows Phone 8 store with fantastic graphics, challenging game play and MOGA Pro support. Drift Mania: Street Outlaws, the official gaming title, is a racing game focused on the art of drifting. You race across a wide variety of venues ranging from the Swiss Alps to the streets of San Francisco.  Thirteen tracks in all to master, sixty achievements to...

George Ponder 18
EMU7800: the first emulator for Windows Phone with MOGA Pro Controller support

EMU7800: the first emulator for Windows Phone with MOGA Pro Controller support

Not long ago, Spectral Souls became the second Windows Phone 8 game with MOGA Pro Controller support. More games will surely follow, though not at the pace gamers would probably like. MOGA manufacturer Power A’s reluctance to officially acknowledge Windows Phone 8 in product packaging and marketing materials has naturally led to a tepid response from Windows Phone developers, including...

Paul Acevedo 21