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Creative agency Tilting Point has named former PopCap man Giordano Bruno Contestabile as its new VP of product management and revenue.
Popcap is looking for a software engineer to build a triple-A console title using the Frostbite 2 engine.
Cross-platform games solution provider Antix Labs has been in operation for more than five years, but in some respects its 'share and play' gaming tech was ahead of its time.
PopCap Dublin has been closed by parent company EA.
The recent job cuts at PopCap were due to roles that were “duplicative” of those that already existed at parent company EA.
The co-founder of PopCap has insisted that the job losses at his studio would have been considerably worse if it did not have the backing of EA.
Popcap has announced a sequel to its hit multi-platform tower defense title Plants vs. Zombies, but it appears all isn’t well for the casual giant.
EA subsidiary PopCap is to dip its toes in the gambling waters with the release of its fourth Facebook game – Lucky Gem Casino.
EA PopCap has dropped ZipZapPlay’s Facebook game Baking Life, despite the title having almost three quarters of a million players.
More people are playing social games than ever before, says PopCap.
At London Games Conference today, PopCap senior designer David Bishop listed ten ways to fail at mobile gaming.
PopCap, Zynga, Gameloft, EA and Rovio are leading the charge to publish games for Amazon’s new iPad competitor Kindle Fire, the online merchant has revealed.
The casual gaming giant has lifted the lid on its next mobile title: Popcorn Dragon for iOS.
Digital games experts from around the world will convene in London this November.
A range of games by casual giant PopCap have been reduced to their lowest possible price point on the App Store.
Australia and New Zealand's key releases this week are PopCap DS titles Bejewelled Twist and Plants vs Zombies, plus Brink 'Agents of Change' downloadable content.
Suitors have been lining up to acquire PopCap since the turn of the year, but earlier this month EA was named as the successful buyer in a $750m deal. But ...
Casual games firm PopCap has announced a global deal with Sony Ericsson to pre-load ‘Games by PopCap’ onto its Xperia mini and Xperia mini pro models.
The realisation last night of EA’s much-rumoured buyout of PopCap has positioned the publisher as one of the powerhouses of digital gaming, according to EA boss John Riccitiello.
EA has moved to acquire social and casual games specialist PopCap for a deal that could eventually be worth $1.3bn.
One leading tech site claims to have it on good authority that EA is on the verge of one of the largest acquisitions ever seen in the games industry.
PopCap will host its first two Android games exclusively on the Amazon App Store for 14 days, the company has said.
Washington-based casual games stronghold PopCap has made the surprise acquisition of social dev ZipZapPlay.