Entries in 'casualgaming' (117)
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.
Some of the most popular casual games ever will be released on Windows Phone 7 over the next two months.
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.
Nokia announced the firm is dump the Ovi brand of services, instead simply using 'Nokia' to "centralise identity under one brand," they said.
Facebook hired public relations firm Burson-Marsteller to try get the press onside regarding Google's strategy of collecting information from Facebook.
Having already suffered one delay, Nintendo has confirmed another change of plans for its 3DS digital downloads portal.
Social games firm Zynga has inked a deal to promote Born This Way, the new album from Lady Gaga. The partnership involves a virtual 'GagaVille' farm in its FarmVille game, ...
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.
Players of Capcom's hit iOS title Smurf's Village will, once having installed the latest update, find that the game has introduced a cap on the game's micro-transactions.
Washington-based casual games stronghold PopCap has made the surprise acquisition of social dev ZipZapPlay.
Electronic Arts has announced plans to acquire Australian mobile games developer Firemint for an undisclosed sum, with the deal expected to close within the next four weeks.
Social games giant Zynga has made its first acquisition of a UK development outfit.
Sony has revealed its first two tablet devices which will launch this autumn.
London-based online gaming firm Mind Candy will open a US office in the next few months.
The dollar mobile app is damaging the industry, a leading executive at Epic Games has said.
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.
In news that will generate plenty of publicity and surely not cause too much unease at casual giant PopCap, new release Unpleasant Horse has been blocked by Apple.
Pokemon’s creators say the browser games market is not safe enough for younger players.