E3 roundup: Day 4 in mobile app news

Namco Bandai brings robot crime-fighting to mobile with No Red T-Shirts — Namco Bandai today launched No Red Shirts for iOS devices. The game puts players in the shoes of Robo, a “law-loving, crime-hating police-bot whose single mission in life is to bring order to the streets.” Players hand out fines based on goofy crimes like wearing hats “unlawfully” and riding a bike while eating ice cream. The game is available for $2.99 in the App Store.

WeMade takes aim at Diablo with Project Dragon — Mobile developer/publisher WeMade Entertainment is showing off its latest mobile games at E3. The company’s putting the spotlight on Project Dragon: The Roar From The Dungeon, a newly announced mobile MMORPG that will reportedly appeal to Diablo fans. The company also has the following social mobile titles on display: Friend Fighter, Rhythm Scandal, Goblin Mobile, Hero Square, and Pet Island. WeMade says its first games will be available in the AppStore starting sometime in June.