Bubble Witch Saga 2 Walkthrough (iPhone, iPad, Android, Facebook)

Bubble Witch Saga 2 is a bubble-popping game from King. In this game, you match three or more bubbles to clear them away, which helps you meet certain goals assigned to you at the beginning of the level. Gamezebo’s walkthrough will provide you with some tips and hints that will help you graduate from witch school with honors.

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Avengers Alliance Tactics: XCOM with Superheroes (Facebook)

When Marvel: Avengers Alliance hit the scene two few years ago, it turned heads with its accessible approach to turn-based battles featuring numerous super heroes and villains, along with a level of polish and production value that isn’t seen in many Facebook games. It later migrated to mobile, and while a sequel may have been the safe route, Disney Interactive came up with something even better.

That something is Marvel Avengers Alliance Tactics, and it takes things to the proverbial next level by combining some of the core concepts of its predecessor with squad-based tactical gameplay, all rendered in 3D graphics. It’s a marriage that’s “slap your forehead” obvious once you hear it, and one that was definitely inspired by one of last year’s big hits from the same genre.

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Bubble Witch Saga 2 Preview (iPhone, iPad, Android, Facebook)

Before Candy Crush Saga took over the world and King became a household name, there was Bubble Witch Saga.  Bubble Witch Saga was a big bubble shooter hit on Facebook, but nowhere nearly as a big a phenomenon as the company’s later hit Candy Crush Saga.  

It should come as little surprise then that King is working on a sequel, Bubble Witch Saga 2, to rekindle the magic of the original.  King invited me for a hands-on sneak peak of the game and showed me that you really can create a successful sequel to a casual mobile game.

The first thing you’ll notice about Bubble Witch Saga 2 is how attractive the main witch character Stella is compared to her predecessors in the original.  Well, that’s the first thing I noticed.

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YouTube is (probably) buying Twitch for $1 billion (Facebook)

No deal has been finalized yet, but as first reported on Sunday by Variety, it appears that YouTube – and thus, Google, which owns the video-sharing behemoth – is poised to acquire popular video game streaming service Twitch for a cool $ 1 billion.

Why would Twitch want to be purchased? According to The Verge, it’s a question of scale. Twitch has simply proven so popular and grown so fast that it can’t keep up with its success on its own. The recent integration of Twitch streaming into the PS4 and Xbox One couldn’t have helped in that regard.

Other companies have sniffed around looking to buy Twitch, including one who is already a major player in the video games industry: Microsoft. But The Verge‘s source claimed Twitch had no real desire to tie itself to one gaming ecosystem and may even have sold itself a little short in terms of its worth in order to merge with YouTube.

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Pixel Heart Wants to Document the Lives of Six Incredible Gamemakers (Facebook)

Are developers and designers as interesting as the games they create? That’s what the Pixel Heart project believes, and if it receives the crowdfunding it’s currently seeking on Ulule.com, it will show the world via an ambitious multimedia project.

It starts with a documentary that spends a week with six different developers in their own countries: Mark Healey of England (of LittleBigPlanet and Tearaway fame), Robin Hunicke of the U.S. (The Sims and Journey), Tetsuya Mizuguchi of Japan (Rez and Child of Eden), Edmundo Bordeu of Chile (Rock of Ages and Zeno Clash) and Eyram Tawia of Ghana (Africa’s Legends). You may notice that’s only five people, as a sixth developer from India is still to be determined.

All six movie subjects will contribute something to the second part of the Pixel Heart plan, which is a game jam that will gather 100 developers in Paris for 48 hours. Split into 12 teams, the goal of the game jam is to create 12 new games, half of which will be PC fare while the other six aim for more immersive hardware like the Oculus Rift.

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Marvel meets XCOM in Avengers Alliance Tactics (Facebook)

Marvel: Avengers Alliance and XCOM: Enemy Unknown don’t have much in common except for the colons in their names and the fact that they’re both awesome games. But if we could somehow cause them to meet, fall in love and procreate, it’s possible we’d end up with a turn-based tactics game with a full complement of Marvel super heroes and villains.

If that sounds like something you’d play (and it should), you might be happy to know that we can skip the awkward courtship process and just wait a little bit. Marvel just announced Avengers Alliance Tactics, a squad-based game for Facebook that will hit the U.S. “soon.”

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Borrowing from the successful XCOM formula, the new title puts players in the boots of a S.H.I.E.L.D. commander, controlling the actions of agents and Avengers alike. If Avengers Alliance is any indication, the game’s story should spread from the Savage Land to familiar locations all over the Marvel Universe. Various heroes will be available for recruitment and advancement, no doubt showing off increasingly powerful abilities along the way.

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Diamond Digger Saga Review (Facebook)

Gamezebo Rating: 80

What riches lie just beneath our feet? Gems? Dinosaur bones? Gem-encrusted dinosaur bones? Diamond Digger Saga, the latest title from King, has one answer: Another puzzle game that will gulp down hours of your time like a hungry sandworm from the depths of Arrakis.

Diamond Digger Saga is a gem-matching game that revolves around dirt, rock, and water. Unlike many King games, Diamond Digger Saga isn’t a match-three title. Rather, you focus on clearing away groups of gems. The more, the better.

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Many gems lie on a bed of sand, and when they’re matched, that sand disappears. Each level also contains a flow of water that’s held back by sand and rock. When you clear a path to the “plug” at the bottom of the screen, all the gems wash down to the next level and you gain two more moves.

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Diamond Digger Saga Walkthrough (Facebook)

Diamond Digger Saga is a gem-matching game from King. In this game, you match gems to clear away sand and rock so that water can flow between screens and help you reach specific goals. Gamezebo’s walkthrough will provide you with some tips and hints that will help you dig for riches.

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King quietly launches Diamond Digger Saga to Facebook (Facebook)

If it ends in “Saga,” it’s not hard to guess what studio is behind the latest craze on Facebook. This week King launched Diamond Digger Saga on the social network, a Collapse-style match-3 game about digging deep in search of treasure.

The mechanics seem pretty straightforward. Water enters through the top of the board, and you’ll need to clear away blocks to help it reach an exit at the bottom. Each stage has a finite number of boards to guide the water through before you reach the treasure-filled bottom.

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There’s no word yet on a mobile release, though considering King’s standard M.O., we figure it’s only a matter of time.

It’s also worth noting that there’s already a game on the App Store called Diamond Digger that launched in January, so… hooo boy.

Check back next week for our full review.

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By Trekkies, for Trekkies: Star Trek Timelines Is in Good Hands (Facebook)

Star Trek fans are among the most loyal and passionate in the entire spectrum of pop culture aficionados. That makes it all the more shameful that they’ve had their hearts broken by video game adaptations numerous times over the years.

A fan of the property himself, Disruptor Beam CEO Jon Radoff knows that it hasn’t always received the most love and care from game designers.

“Too many games have been made where they take some existing title, re-skin it, add a little Star Trek dust on top to make it look like Star Trek, and they ship it,” Radoff said to Gamezebo at PAX East. “Frankly, I think fans rightfully have some cynicism about these poor licensed products.”

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Awareness of that state of affairs is front and center in Radoff’s mind as his company gets set to boldly go into full scale development of its next game, Star Trek Timelines. The Boston-area studio announced the project recently and has revealed some of the initial details.

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