Mobile Browser Game of The Week

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Get your popcorn ready as we are here to bring you an all new Mobile Game of The Week! Hello gamers, MVGN and Poki have teamed up to bring you some amazing bite-sized games that you can play in your mobile browsers and today’s title is Return Man 3: The Season Game. While it’s been a few weeks since we have brought you a new Mobile Browser Game of The Week, this one is perfect timing as football season is gearing up here in the States.

The premise of the game is simple; players have to return the kickoff for a touchdown! As the return man, your job is to reach the end zone without getting tackled by the opposing team. You can perform special moves to avoid defenders, including hurdles, jukes, and spins but make sure you follow your blockers for a better chance on reaching the end zone. After completing 4 stages, you will unlock a new week of challenges!

This is a perfect little title that should keep you busy between putting in your fantasy football starting lineup or if you’re taking a quick break at work. The game only uses 4 keys on the keyboard and is mindless fun for anyone who enjoys American Football. Even if players fumble the ball, you can still pick it up and run it back for a TD. If you’re looking for a nice little time killer, this could be your game. Check it out and let us know what you think.

Keep it here for more fun games to play in your mobile browser.

Nintendo Announces First Mobile Game Miitomo


During today’s Nintendo investor meeting, the company has announced its first official game into the mobile gaming market (cell phone mobile gaming market that is). Miitomo is the first of five smartphone apps that Nintendo plans to release by March 2017. In the new Miitomo game, users will design their own avatars, or “Miis,” to communicate with other users. Executive Shinya Takahashi says that Nintendo will find ways to encourage people who are hesitant to talk to share things about themselves. The newly announced game will be free-to-play.

The company has also stated that its first games will release in 2016 and not year’s end. Sounds pretty interesting.

Mobile Browser Game of The Week

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It’s Saturday my friends and that can only mean one thing; it’s an all new Mobile Browser Game of The Week time. In case you missed previous months, our friends and MVGN have teamed up to bring you all something fun to break up your day. Once a week, we introduce a new game that you can play in your mobile browser or on your work computers (during breaks of course)to help pass the time. This week we have decided to showcase Bleach vs Naruto 2.4.

In Bleach vs Naruto 2.4, players fight to the death against characters from Bleach and Naruto! This fighting game is all about crossover matchups. Choose from the greatest heroes and most devious villains. Every competitor has special moves and skills. Become the champion of both worlds in Bleach vs Naruto 2.4.

The game is a nice little crossover that reminds me of an old school SNES fighting game (which is a good thing). It brought me back to my younger years with sprites designed straight out of the 90’s. It’s a pretty nifty little title that I would imagine people would dig if they are into either anime series. If you are looking for a nice little break and want to play a game either in your mobile browser or on your work computers, give Bleach vs Naruto 2.4.

As always, thanks for reading and be sure to tune in next week for another “Mobile Browser Game of The Week”

Mobile Browser Game of The Week


It’s that time again my friends; time for us to give you our mobile browser game of the week. In case you’re new here, MVGN and our friends over at Poki have teamed up and are dedicated to brining you some sweet game that you can play either directly in your mobile web browser or on your (cough cough wink wink) work computer. Today’s game is a nifty little title called Sports Heads: Tennis Open. It’s a nice little time waister that has you pitted against some other tennis players.

The game lets players play tennis against big-headed superstars! This sports game lets you compete with offbeat athletes, such as Andy Roddink, Roger Federal, and Rafael Nepal. It makes you smirk a bit at its funny named characters and never really takes itself too seriously (if you’re looking for Virtua Tennis, look elsewhere). Players can hit the ball through special modifiers to keep changing the gameplay and keeps things fresh throughout your game. Basically players can hit certain power ups that will either help you during the game or will hinder you if your opponent gets to them first. Don’t let the ball hit the ground in Sports Heads: Tennis Open or you will lose.

These bite sized titles are always fun in short spurts and Sports Heads: Tennis Open is no exception. There are even little achievements that players are awarded throughout the game so that will help you stick around for a while and try to get each one of those. All in all, it’s not a bad little browser game. We (my family and I) found it fun picking up some of the power ups throughout our games and loved the physics based title even if it doesn’t have much depth.

Check it out if you want a nice time waister.

Pokémon GO Official Trailer

In case you missed the trailer for the newly announced Pokémon GO, be sure to watch the video above. Pokémon GO is headed to mobile devices sometime in 2016 and looks to take the Pokémon hunting outdoors. I think it’s a novel idea and see this game becoming a HUGE title in the famous series. With Pokémon GO, you’ll discover Pokémon in a whole new world—your own! Pokémon GO will use real location information to allow players to experience catching, trading, and battling Pokémon.

This trailer does an outstanding job of explains the entire game, so stop reading this post and give it a watch!

Mobile Browser Game of The Week


Looking for a way to be unproductive at work? Or maybe you just want to kill some time between breaks or while you’re in line somewhere… Well, you guys have come to the right place as we here at MVGN are here to bring you our “Mobile Game of The Week”. MVGN and our friends over at Poki have teamed up to bring you a new mobile broweser game of the week and this week’s title is the impressive Bloons Tower Defense 5 game. The Bloons Tower Defense titles have been uber popular and it’s hard to believe that they are already on the 5th entry in the series.

Have hours of fun popping balloons in Bloons Tower Defense 5! This action game lets you use upgrades and special strategies to stop the stream of balloons in each level. Try more difficult tracks and modes to earn bigger rewards. If you have yet to test out this type of game, you’re in for a treat. The Tower Defense genre in general is a blast and this game puts a nice, colorful and fun spin on it.

Featuring 2 brand new Towers, cool Special Agents, glorious retina graphics, original Tracks and Special Missions, a whole new tier of Specialty Building upgrades, and the powerful Monkey Lab to further upgrade your towers, Bloons TD 5 delivers hours and hours of fun, challenging play to fans and new players alike.

Be sure to either give it a download or play the game right in your mobile web browser. Have fun everyone and be sure to tune in next week!

Mobile Browser Game of The Week; Yo-Kai Watch


It’s that time my friends; time for us to reveal our Mobile Browser game of the week! This weekly feature showcases a ton of different games that you can play directly in your smartphone’s mobile web browser or on your computers desktop. Today’s games feature the popular Yo-Kai Watch series. Our friends over at Poki have gathered together some awesome games so be sure to check them out on your mobile web browser.

First up is a “matching” photo’s type game and will tickle your brain. Find matching photos of Keita, Fumika, and Komasan in Memory! There are 20 pictures on the grid. Your job is to remove every identical pair. You can only look at two images at a time. Try to reveal Whisper, Fuyunyan, and Jibanyan! If you have ever played a matching game, you have played this but the fact that it features the Yo-Kai Watch characters adds a special charm to the classic game.

The next mobile browser featuring the Yo-Kai Watch series is Yo-Kai Watch puzzle. Move the jigsaw pieces together to solve the Yo-Kai Watch puzzle! This Disney XD game features every main character, including Keita Amando, Fumika Kodama, and Whisper. You must rearrange all of the scrambled shapes to reveal Keizo, Jibanyan, and Fuyunyan!

If you’re looking for some nice brain tinglers, these will be right up your alley. Make sure you tune in next week for another featured game. As always, thanks for reading.

Mobile Browser Game of The Week; Cat Mario

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So today’s Mobile Browser Game of The Week has a certain familiarity that I know everyone will instantly spot. Hello everyone and we have another new game to bring you in our ongoing “Mobile Browser Game of The Week” feature. This weekly feature brings you some of the most interesting games you can play via your mobile browser. Whether it’s on your smartphone or in you web browser, these games that we feature will hopefully help you kill some time either at work or in a line somewhere. Today’s featured title is a game called Cat Mario and as you probably have guessed it, it’s a game that draws extreme inspiration from the worlds most popular plumber.

Lead Cat Mario through Mushroom Kingdom! This alternative platform game features question blocks, warp pipes, and new Koopa Troopas. You can ground pound the smiley villains to make them disappear. Jump onto bricks, and pass every foe without getting hit!

While the game sounds like it could be a knockout punch (I mean, seriously, where have we heard of a platforming title that looks and plays like this), it certainly feels a bit “declawed” if you get what we’re saying. Cat Mario is a challenging homage to one of Nintendo’s biggest franchises and can be fun in very small spurts. While this game is no doubt designed for that, we suggest that you keep this in mind while plugging away at the title. It will challenge gamers as they have perceived notions due to the fact that we have all played the original Mario Bros over and over again. Cat Mario throws some interesting twists to the familiar level design and should keep gamers on their toes.

Overall if you’re looking for a quick throwback that could provide you with some smiles, Cat Mario may be up your alley. It’s not the best clone out there but who knows, you may enjoy it.

Mobile Browser Game of The Week: My Dolphin Show 7

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It’s already the weekend everyone and you know what that means; time for MVGN to share our “Mobile Browser Game of The Week”. Every time I type that I imagine an announcer saying it over a giant loud speaker…. But I digress… Today’s Mobile Browser Game of The Week will likely be aimed at little ones as my girls LOVED this game. This week’s game is called My Dolphin Show 7 and has players controlling a dolphin in order to perform the perfect show. Like I said, this one is definitely aimed at the younger audience but it should keep them busy for a little while. Here is the description for the game:

Earn a perfect score the from the aquatic judges in My Dolphin Show 7! As the trainer, you will teach the dolphin how to rush, leap, and flip. You can catch fish during each round for extra points. Learn new stunts to win the trophy!

While I had not idea that there were 6 titles in the series, we just discovered this one recently. Although there isn’t too much depth in this one, there are a decent amount of things to collect and will keep you or your kids busy while waiting in line somewhere or if you’re trying to kill sometime at work. The good thing about these mobile browser games is that you can either play them directly on your smartphone without downloading a single item or in your work browser (just don’t get caught).

If you have little ones or are in love with dolphins, consider trying this one out. As always, thanks for reading and be sure to tune in next week when we bring you another (announcer voice) “Mobile Browser Game of The Week”.

Mobile Browser Game of The Week; Angry Birds 2

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The birds have landed again my friends! Angry Birds 2 has finally hit the app store and my son and I can’t get enough of it. I know these lovable characters have stormed nearly ever facet of media but a good game is a good game and the Angry Birds series is awesome! Improving on the original in nearly every way, Angry Birds 2 has been a blast thus far and we only just begun (expect a TON of updates including more levels). There’s also more good news my friends, soon you will be able to play this one in your mobile browser!

With new towers to topple, pigs to pop and missiles to master, Rovio is thrilled to announce the launch of Angry Birds 2, the first sequel to the most downloaded mobile game series of all time.

While retaining the much-loved slingshot format, the visuals and gameplay of Angry Birds 2 have been overhauled from the ground up, with multiple stages in each level and spectacular new spells – including blizzards, magic ducks and even hot chili peppers – to wield against the pigs, rock the Destruct-O-Meter and earn even more birds. Fans also can challenge other gamers worldwide and, for the first time, choose their own fowl to fling.

Alongside returning characters Red, Chuck, Bomb and the infamous King Pig, joining the flock is Silver, a dazzling but strange young bird rescued from Pig City. Growing up in pig captivity, she has acquired porcine habits and an odd sense of humor. But her incredible flying skills – and unique understanding of piggy ways – make her a cheeky and powerful new member of the flock.

We don’t think Angry Birds is going away anytime soon so we my-as-well embrace this pop culture breaking series and check it out.