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Konami is developing a free-to-play mobile card battle game based on the six Star Wars films, which is set to arrive next month on mobile devices.
Ubisoft has released a Watch Dogs spin-off app that’s available now on iOS and Android.
Just when you thought there were no more licensing opportunities left for Warhammer 40,000, Games Workshop went and found another.
Daring indie title That Dragon, Cancer has been confirmed as being an exclusive for Ouya.
Tiny Mogul Games has just announced its new game, Shiva, a colourful side-scrolling endless runner that also allows the players to rewind time.
Some of Sony’s biggest PlayStation IPs have made the move to iPhone in a new game carrying Coca-Cola branding.
Word on the digital street this morning is that retail giant Amazon could be on the verge of a spectacular entry to the console market.
New Star Soccer, widely hailed as the best football game for mobile devices, is getting its long awaited 1.5 version update next month.
Six million Britons play smartphone games every day according to new research from ComScore.
Owners of Android console Ouya have each been handed the princely sum of $13.37 to spend on the console’s store.
Sales of Android hardware have been ahead of Apple for some time now, but for the first time Android downloads have now overtaken iOS.
The second generation Nexus 7 is set to hit shelves later today, and already some retailers are reporting shortages in stock.
Another Android console is heading to market later this year.
A number of new devs have revealed the sales numbers for their Ouya games and the reaction can best be described as mixed.
A trio of devs behind some of the more recognisable games on Ouya have revealed their sales figures.
Android and PC streaming gaming handheld Shield has been given a new release date by Nvidia.
Kickstarter funded Android console Ouya’s first month on sale in the US has been given a lukewarm assessment by sales tracker NPD.
The mobile debut of the Deus Ex franchise is set for this Thursday, according to publisher Square Enix.
Google is reportedly readying itself for an entrance into the games hardware market.
The Ouya microconsole is already sold out at online retailers Gamestop and Amazon.
Nvidia has cut the price of its upcoming Android portable and PC games streaming device Shield.
MSE Group will be bringing new gaming tablet Wikipad to UK retail later this year.
The days of the licensed console game may be numbered, but the age of the licensed smartphone game is well and truly upon us.