Entries in 'ios' (125)
Publisher Bandai Namco and developer Hipster Whale have finally released the long-awaited Pac-Man 256 on smartphones.
Japanese studio Mixi's mobile co-op action RPG Monster Strike made $4.2m a day during its most recent quarter, according to the developer's latest financial results.
Activision has announced a new iOS and Android card battling game that will integrate real-world playing cards.
The increasing number of players opting for the smartphone and tablet versions of Hearthstone is resulting in lost revenue for Blizzard.
The final whistle is about to blow for those still playing PES 2014 online.
Rovio has announced Angry Birds 2 has amassed 20m downloads during its launch week.
Broken Sword developer Revolution is celebrating its 25th birthday at Gamescom, but it almost didn’t make it this far.
Rovio has announced Angry Birds 2 has already been downloaded 1m times in its first 12 hours out on mobile platforms.
Six years on from the release of Angry Birds, Angry Birds 2 has at last arrived on smartphones.
Consumers might be buying fewer iPads, but Apple’s unlikely to run out of money anytime soon.
The mystery behind Mojang’s failure to release Scrolls on iOS appears to have been solved.
Episode five of Telltale's Game of Thrones will begin its roll out across all platforms next week, the developer has announced.
Street-traversing simulator Crossy Road has become the latest mobile hit to earn its very own branded merchandise.
Although it may not feel like it, mobile behemoth Angry Birds has never been granted a full follow-up.
11 Bit Studios' wartime survival game This War of Mine is now available for iPads and Android tablets.
Don't Starve: Pocket Edition has launched on iOS for iPad devices.
Following its revival in the form of Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition, BioWare’s seminal RPG is finally getting another expansion.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: a new mobile game promising ‘an HD console-quality experience on mobile’.
Telltale has provided the first look at its episodic collaboration with Mojang, Minecraft: Story Mode.
Mobile giant Supercell has canned its next title.
A new iOS title is replacing microtransactions with social interations.
YouTube has rolled out its 60 frames per second video support to its iOS and Android apps.
Square Enix has re-listed The World Ends With You: Solo Remix on the App Store, following confirmation that the game is now compatible with iOS 8.
Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation is out now for iOS and Android devices, Square Enix has announced.
And we wonder why companies are increasingly shying away from the triple-A game space…