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Coming soon to Android, iPad and Facebook, Gameloft's Uno & Friends will probably deliver a much more relaxing experience than the one depicted in this first trailer. There is more acting going on in this than in all three Star Wars prequels combined.


Now that everybody's buzzing about the sexy new BlackBerry Z10, mobile gaming giant Gameloft steps up to the plate to ensure gamers considering a switch that there will be at least 11 games for them to play on their shiny new handset, including The Amazing Spider-Man, The Dark Knight Rises and Modern Combat 4.


Can't it be both? Coming soon to iOS and Android, Blitz Brigade is a team-based online multiplayer shooter. It's set during World War II (can't you tell?) and features vehicular combat, five character classes, singleplayer challenges and trailer music that sounds like it's being performed by a Team Fortress 2 cover band.


It's Hearth Warming's Eve in Ponyville, and Gameloft is celebrating with the first major update for the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic app. The town is covered with snow, there are festive decorations to buy, and John Goodman's finest work is immortalised forever in digital pony form.


I don't generally get past the LEGO aisle in Toys'R'Us, so Playmobil is nothing but a distant childhood memory to me. Were I to venture to the other side of the brick section, I would likely see something very similar to what Gameloft is releasing tomorrow with Playmobil Pirates for iOS and Android.


With 12 of its most popular games coming to the next generation of Microsoft's mobile platform, I can stop complaining that games like Asphalt 7 and N.O.V.A. 3 aren't on Windows Phone 7 and start whining about not having a Windows Phone 8. Huzzah!