Entries in 'smartphones' (57)
Mobile games firm DeNA wants its partnership with Nintendo to rake in more than $25m a month, the firm’s CEO has said.
A ‘proper’ simulation WWE wrestling game is on the way from 2K.
Nintendo’s change of mind in deciding to bring its titles to smartphones did not come about because the company believed it had run out of options.
Finnish start-up-turned-mobile-giant Supercell generated revenues of $1.7bn in 2014.
The next game in the Driver series is almost certainly not what you expect.
The smartphone version of Hearthstone, due out this month, will not segment players from the existing user base.
Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has said that he’s never dismissed smartphone gaming as a genre.
Nintendo’s first titles developed specifically for mobile phones should be out by the end of the year.
Iwata has relented and given the green light for Nintendo games on smartphones – and the markets are delighted.
Game of Thrones is on track to be Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment’s most expensive mobile game in its history, claims the firm’s senior VP of mobile, social and emerging platforms ...
Fewer games than you think offer free playable female characters by default
Mobile analytics firm App Annie has opened a new office in Singapore.
Yes, there’s another Angry Birds game – Angry Birds Stella Pop has been released on iOS and Android.
Smartphone game maker Wooga has reached new heights with its most recent release Agent Alice.
Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has said that one big hit could still be enough to cause Wii U sales to rocket.
Spending on Candy Crush Saga is in decline.
Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has maintained his staunch support for Wii U, arguing that the machine’s best days are ahead of it, particularly in the West.
The calls for Nintendo to release its games on smartphone may seem relentless, but it seems like the platform holder has other plans. Polar opposite plans, in fact.
Disney has gone big on the charges for the in-app purchases in the smartphone spin-off game for Big Hero 6.
More than one million daily active users are playing new Finnish studio Seriously’s debut mobile game Best Fiends.
Around 300 staff are to be offered early retirement following plans to completely restructure Sega’s business.
Blackberry CEO John Chen has tried to argue that President Obama’s recent net neutrality rulings should have wider implications for the technology sector.
Publisher Chorus is bringing localised version of a number of titles to the Asian mobile market, including smartphone hit The Room.
Smartphone hit Crossy Road is now available to download via the Google Play Store.
The maker of smartphone hit Monument Valley has said that premium gaming lives on, despite the pressures of free-to-play and piracy.