Entries in 'ios' (137)
Square Enix Montreal's mobile effort Hitman GO will launch globally April 17th on iOS devices, the studio has announced.
Only 2.2 per cent of free-to-play users spend any money on in-app purchases, a new study has found.
Minecraft Pocket Edition has surpassed 21m copies sold, developer Mojang has announced.
‘An unnamed mixed martial arts promotional company’ is forcing upcoming title Ultimate Gay Fighter to change its name.
Kalypso Media has created a mobile publishing division.
Plants vs Zombies 2 will receive its first major update this week on iOS, publisher EA has announced.
The Apple App Store now offers an 'Indie Game Showcase' page, highlighting noteworthy iOS titles developed by indie studios.
Flappy Bird will eventually see a return to mobile marketplaces, creator Dong Nguyen has confirmed.
The Witcher developer CD Projekt Red is working on a multiplatform mobile title to launch later this year, according to a new report.
Owners of Android and iOS devices are now able to compete against one another online.
A new word puzzle game made by lone Irish dev Shane McCafferty is currently topping the word game charts on both sides of the Atlantic.
Having become one of the most discussed games this month on iOS, Threes has now arrived on Android.
Apple's App Store now displays in-app purchase warnings in its search results.
Top Gear: Race the Stig is due for release on iOS, Android and Windows Phone today.
The Walking Dead's seventh episode 'A House Divided' will launch on Xbox 360 and iOS platforms later this week, Telltale has announced.
Microsoft is reportedly looking to expand cross-platform functionality for its Xbox Live service onto iOS and Android platforms.
Activision's recently teased Tony Hawk project is being developed specifically for mobile platforms, according to Hawk himself.
Welcome to the world of mobile gaming.
Google Play and iOS games accounted for 75 per cent of app store spending last year.
The WWE Network app has arrived on PS3, PS4, and Xbox 360 consoles, the professional wrestling company has announced.
UK despair specialists Radiohead have released what is described as “an experimental mobile game” on iOS and Android.
True to his word, developer Doug Nguyen has removed smartphone hit Flappy Bird from app stores.
The developer of hit mobile sensation Flappy Bird has said he will be removing the game from all app stores following intense scrutiny of the title.
The chances are that by now you've probably heard of Flappy Bird
A new report says that games spending on both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store overtook portable gaming last year.