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Spore Hero and Hero Arena coming to Wii and DS

Posted in EA by Shane McGlaun on May 12th, 2009

sporehero-sbI am a big fan of Spore on the PC. My son likes the game very much as well proving that gamers of all generations find something to like with Spore. Aside from the PC, Spore was also offered on the Wii leaving Xbox and PS3 gamers in the cold.

EA has announced that a couple new Spore titles are coming to Nintendo platforms this fall. Spore Hero for the Wii and Spore Hero Arena will expand the Spore franchise. Spore Hero for the Wii is a story driven game that takes players on missions to save their planet. Along the way, players can find new parts and upgrade their characters.

EA Says 100 million creations now populate Spore universe

Posted in EA by Shane McGlaun on May 4th, 2009

spore100m-sbThe EA and Will Wright video game Spore has been on the market for a while now and is one seriously cool video game. The game allows you to take your character from a single cell through evolution all the way to a space faring species trading with an entire galaxy.

EA says that since the game launched in September 2008 there have been about 100 million creations added to the Spore universe. Out of the 100 million creations in the universe, 31,017,761 are creatures, 19 times as many creatures as there are on Earth says EA.

Will Wright and EA announce Stupid Fun Club

Posted in EA by Shane McGlaun on April 9th, 2009

spore-sbUnless you are a pretty serious game geek, you may not recognize the name Will Wright. Wright is the guy behind some of the most popular game franchises in PC gaming including SimCity, The Sims, and Spore. Wright has been with EA since it purchased Maxis in 1997.

EA and Wright have announced that Wright will be leaving EA to start a new firm called Stupid Fun Club. EA will be a major investor in Stupid Fun Club and Wright will run the company. Stupid Fun Club will be an entertainment think tank with the goal of developing ideas for multiple fronts.

Spore infects iPhone and iPod this month

Posted in Mobile Phones by Shane McGlaun on September 8th, 2008

Spore on iPhoneAs it turns out, the iPhone is a very good mobile gaming platform. It offers good controls for most games and great graphics for a mobile phone. Gaming on the iPhone always makes me think of a sort of mobile Wii with the built-in accelerometer making for some interesting gameplay.

EA Mobile has announced that Spore Origins will be shipping for the iPhone, iPod and other mobile devices this month. The game was designed to take advantage of the iPhone accelerometer allowing the player to turn, tilt, and twist the phone to control the creature on screen.