Entries in 'casual' (169)
62 per cent of the British population now own a smartphone and 29.3 per cent a tablet.
Koch-owned publisher Deep Silver says that it intends to expand into the mobile games space.
Jeroen Bouwman, Head of Content Acquisition & Michael Louw, Senior Games Producer at Spil Games discuss the opportunity for edu-games and more.
Jeroen Bouwman, Head of Content Acquisition & Michael Louw, Senior Games Producer at Spil Games reveal the opportunities in casual games in 2013.
One of the founders of the original Xbox programme at Microsoft has lashed out at the direction the company has taken with Xbox 360.
Online games maker Bigpoint has surpassed 300 million registered users.
Capcom has tasked studio Beeline Interactive with making a brand new Ghostbusters game, which is due out in early 2013.
Rumours of a low-spec TV set-top box style Xbox have returned.
Few games have proved as divisive as Resident Evil 6 but the team behind the game has tried to explain the reason behind its design decisions.
The number of gaming girls is on the rise, but firms expect this audience to seek out mobile and online titles over boxed ones.
EA Labels president Frank Gibeau has promised that EA will not abandon console publishing in the hunt for social and casual success.
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.
We all have some inner rage we need to vent off from time to time. The trick is finding a safe target for your anger.
Some surprises are always kept secret, and some expected announcements seem to disappear into nothingness.
While ISFE boasts an impressive survey of European gamers, NPD is for the first time sharing its data on non-new, non-boxed video game sales in the UK via MCV.
The Japanese Consumer Affairs Agency has officially deemed the ‘Complete Gacha’ social games payment system illegal.
Hip-hop star Jay-Z is to expand his empire with the release of a Facebook game called… Empire.
Traditional gaming giants Konami and Rebellion have signed up as partners for the new Zynga Platform.
EA PopCap has dropped ZipZapPlay’s Facebook game Baking Life, despite the title having almost three quarters of a million players.
New York based casual and social games developer Arkadium has signed a “strategic multi-year, multi-game partnership” with Xbox and Windows platform holder Microsoft.
We’ve already seen the success of FarmVille and CityVille – now Zynga has launched ForestVille on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
A line of fresh hidden object games can ignite the casual market on 3DS, says Licensed 4U.
Games like Jewel Quest Mysteries are a real hit with those who aren’t traditional core gamers.