Entries in 'ios' (119)
Apple has peeled back the curtain further on its new wearable the Apple Watch, announcing pre-orders and shipping start next month.
11 bit Studio's wartime sim This War of Mine is in development for iPad devices, the developer has revealed.
Free-to-play mobile release Final Fantasy: Record Keeper is heading to North America this spring, Square Enix and DeNA have announced.
RPG title The World Ends With You: Solo Remix has been withdrawn from the Apple App Store.
Square Enix have been forced to pull The World Ends With You: Solo Remix from the Apple App Store due to the game's broken state on iOS 8.
1984 Sinclair Spectrum release Deus Ex Machina has been re-released for mobile, and is available now on iOS and Android.
Disney has gone big on the charges for the in-app purchases in the smartphone spin-off game for Big Hero 6.
An episodic video game adaptation of the recently-concluded FX drama Sons of Anarchy is now available on Apple’s App Store.
Bossa Studios has revealed plans to bring its Steam Early Access title I Am Bread to iOS.
Evolve publisher 2K has announced the release of Evolve: Hunter's Quest, a spin-off and companion app to the upcoming FPS.
The Lumines series has swapped ownership and is on track for a new entry on iOS.
Japanese smartphone developer Mobcast has purchased the rights to Q Entertainment's Lumines and Meteos puzzle franchises.
CD Projekt RED and Fuero Games' mobile MOBA collaboration The Witcher Battle Arena is now available on iOS and Android devices.
Smartphone hit Crossy Road has proved that in-game ads can still pay the bills, even in games that have IAPs.
You’ve read the book (well, you probably haven’t) and seen the film, and now Princess Bride fans are being invited to play the game.
The cheapest price developers can charge for a paid-for app on iOS has been increased to 79p.
App Store developers combined to generate revenue exceeding $10bn in 2014, Apple has announced.
The maker of smartphone hit Monument Valley has said that premium gaming lives on, despite the pressures of free-to-play and piracy.
Developer Ustwo has highlighted the piracy problem that continues to blight Android gaming.