Mobile gaming has definitely been one of the big stories of 2012 as smartphones became capable of handling so much more than just games like Angry Birds. We’ve seen ports of classic titles from the last generation such as the Grand Theft Auto games and even some Squaresoft Final Fantasy games on top of a bunch more. On top of this, we’ve seen innovative new games coming out and gaining popularity, one of those games was MDickie’s Wrestling Revolution for Android and iOS.
Wrestling Revolution was a classic 2D style wrestling game that came out over the summer and has since then grown into more than just weekly updated events with the matches laid out for players beforehand. The latest iteration was a monthly subscription model that featured a fully-realized career mode that is insanely addicting. Apparently over the weekend the WWE took notice to Wrestling Revolution popping up before any official WWE apps in the Google Play store and ordered it taken down. Mat Dickie, the game’s creator, is working on a solution for players, but it is slow-going thanks to the holiday season.