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It's easy to set up iMessage on a Mac to send and receive messages from your computer.

How to play iMessage games on an iPhone with your contacts

You can play iMessage games on your iPhone using the App Store extension that's built into iMessage. There, you can download a variety of games.
"Call of Duty Modern Warfare" became the best-selling game of 2019 in less than a month.

‘Call of Duty Mobile’ has been downloaded 172 million times for free, but “Call of Duty Modern Warfare” still made $600 millio...

"Call of Duty: Mobile" is wildly popular and free, but that hasn't stopped "Call of Duty: Modern Warfare" from becoming 2019's best-selling game.
A promotional image for "Mario Kart 8 Deluxe."

Mario Kart Tour is Nintendo’s most popular mobile game launch ever, with 20 million downloads so far. Here’s what it’s like to play....

Mario Kart Tour redesigns the series with easy touch controls and microtransactions, and there are already millions of people playing
"Pokémon Masters" is a new game coming to iOS and Android.

‘Pokémon Masters’ brings 3-on-3 battles to your phone with iconic characters from the series

Launching this summer for iOS and Android, "Pokémon Masters" will let players battle legendary trainers from past Pokémon games.

How to set up the Game Launcher on your Galaxy S10, add games to it, and allow it to block notifications

Knowing how to set up your Galaxy S10's Game Launcher will enhance your gaming experience. Here's how to set it up, add games to it, and more.
Fan favorites Jon Snow, Sansa Stark and Sandor Clegane as they appear in "Reigns: Game of Thrones."

This addictive ‘Game of Thrones’ smartphone game will let you give the series a brand-new ending

"Reigns: Game of Thrones" lets you rule Westeros with nine different characters and nearly 30 endings.
"Fate/Grand Order," a Japanese mobile game, is one of the most popular video games in the world.

‘Fortnite’ wasn’t the most talked about video game on Twitter in 2018 — these Japanese roleplaying games dominated the convers...

Japan tweets about video games more than any other country, and at least one game is getting more buzz than 'Fortnite,' according to Twitter.

‘Fortnite”s biggest competitor was just named Best Game of 2018 on Google Play

"PUBG Mobile" helped spark the rise of battle-royale shooters, and has been downloaded more than 200 million times.
Niantic shared this image of a "Pokémon Go" trainer battle on Twitter.

‘Pokémon Go’ is finally getting the key feature that players have wanted for years — the ability to battle each other

Niantic announced on Friday that trainer battles will soon be coming to "Pokémon Go," after nearly than two and a half years.