Entries in 'casual gaming' (37)
Facebook games giant Zynga believes it can win over the core gamer with its upcoming release Mafia Wars 2.
Online publisher Atari has hired new additions to its management team as it continues to establish itself in the mobile and casual space.
Casual games Zynga has announced it is currently working on a Facebook version of Words With Friends.
The deadline for rough draft submissions to the MoMinis Studio GameCast contest is July 10th.
Zynga has struck gold again with Empires & Allies, it’s latest Facebook title.
The phenomenon that is Angry Birds has now been downloaded 250 million times across all mobile platforms.
The contest rules have changed from requiring developers to use only The MoMinis Studio to allowing the use of whatever tool they prefer.
Tecmo Koei’s first social game hits Facebook tomorrow.
Playdom has payed a $3m settlement after it was charged with breaking the U.S. Child Online Privacy Protection Act.
The social gaming market that has propelled firms such as Zynga to success is going to “crash very hard”.
UK developer Relentless Software is the latest studio to partner with TV games specialists PlayJam.
Sony has revealed its first two tablet devices which will launch this autumn.
Microsoft could be bringing free-to-play titles to Xbox Live Arcade at some point next year, if reports are to be believed.
The online games market in China is worth $5bn after growing 25 per cent in 2010.
The global market for social games is expected to create revenues of over $5 billion by the end of 2015.
FarmVille creators Zynga have settled out of court after being sued by online game developer Digital Chocolate.
Capcom has been warned by Apple that its hugely popular Smurf’s Village has earned the iPhone manufacturer a significant number of severe complaints.
Travis Boatman, EA Mobile VP of Worldwide Studios, claims there is huge market potential for core-focused mobile games.
Capcom’s Smurf’s Village could soon overtake Angry Birds in the iOS charts as the game that generates the most revenue.
Capcom’s popular Devil May Cry series has made its debut on the App Store.
Smartphones are usurping traditional games hardware, says Capcom.
Facebook developer Playfish has announced that it has 55m monthly users worldwide.
CityVille has reaffirmed itself as the most popular Facebook game ever by attracting over 100m users.
EA Mobile has dropped the price of the majority of its iPhone games range to $0.99 (59p).