Entries in 'ios' (193)
PopCap CEO Dave Roberts has dubbed the iOS launch of Plants vs Zombies 2 the company’s biggest release to date.
Just when you thought there were no more licensing opportunities left for Warhammer 40,000, Games Workshop went and found another.
Take-Two’s 2K label is make its debut foray into the driving genre.
2K Drive, the on-road and off-road iOS racing sim from Lucid Games is set for release this fall, which is a few days from now.
Some of Sony’s biggest PlayStation IPs have made the move to iPhone in a new game carrying Coca-Cola branding.
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.
Sales of Android hardware have been ahead of Apple for some time now, but for the first time Android downloads have now overtaken iOS.
Platform holders should listen very carefully to consumers as they lay the foundations for their next-gen machines, the CEO of Take-Two has warned.
Epic’s Infinity Blade II was downloaded 5.7m times as part of Apple’s free-app promo during the App Store’s anniversary celebration.
One of the most influential forces in the modern games market will turn five tomorrow.
The mobile debut of the Deus Ex franchise is set for this Thursday, according to publisher Square Enix.
Infinity Blade II and Tiny Wings are just some of the games you can download for free today as part of the iOS App Store's 5th birthday celebrations.
Codemasters revived popular racing series Colin McRae for iOS this week, but the publisher says this is only the beginning.
Peter Driessen, co-founder of Spil Games, believes that advertisers hold the key to the global acceptance of HTML5 as they look to capitalise on the explosion in mobile gaming.
Firaxis XCOM: Enemy Unknown hits iOS devices this Thursday, and it doesn’t intend to fit into the mobile platform pricing mold.
Amidst all the furore of Xbox and PlayStation at this year’s E3, a couple of important iOS announcement slipped under many people’s radars.
The days of the licensed console game may be numbered, but the age of the licensed smartphone game is well and truly upon us.