Entries in 'casualgaming' (117)
An app version of Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light will be released tomorrow.
PopCap’s Zuma Blitz has now gone live on Facebook, reworking the games firm’s hit puzzle game for a social platform.
Gameloft has announced it will release the first high definition games for set-top boxes.
Zynga has seen early success with its latest venture CityVille as over 26m users have signed up to play it.
GameStop and Jolt Online Gaming have launched Utopia Kingdoms, a new free-to-play Facebok game.
Rovio Mobile has announced it will launch its own in-app microtransactions system.
This year’s most popular iPhone apps have been revealed – and the majority are games.
Google has launched an app store for its Chrome internet browser.
Though World of Warcraft may have been hogging much of the PC limelight today, it could be argued that it’s only the second biggest release of the day. What could ...
Publisher Black Bean Games has used its session at the Italian Videogame Developers Conference in Rome to unveil Mel B Dance.
Playfish’s European Studio boss John Earner has told MCV that whilst the switch to Facebook Credits is proving painful, he believes it will eventually increase the number of players prepared ...
Despite the likes of EA, Capcom and Ubisoft continue to enjoy growing success in sectors such as the App Store and Facebook, publishing giant Activision has said it has no ...
Free-to-play online game Playboy Party has launched today on popular social network Facebook.
For someone leading a cutting edge web games firm, Bigpoint CEO Heiko Hubertz has a surprising love-hate relationship with Facebook.
Stewart Butterfield, co-founder of image-driven social network Flickr, has announced Glitch – a new social game.
And now for something completely different – casual games studio Zattikka has acquired the licence to produce Monty Python titles.
Mobile games publisher Chillingo, barely known a year ago but now ubiquitous thanks to Angry Birds, beat off the challenge of established powerhouses to claim the Best Games Company gong ...
Facebook’s push into the games sector has gone physical today as game retailer GAME and supermarket Tesco both introduce Facebook Credit gift cards in store.
Namco Bandai has announced a new line of digital-only revamped arcade games for Xbox 360 and PS3.
Microsoft has launched a Kinect Sports Facebook application that offers integration with the motion-sensing game.
Up-and-coming social and casual games studio Zattikka has announced the launch of Mr Bean: Out of Control.
Bigpoint CEO Heiko Hubert warned that developers of traditional handheld games face a crisis as iPhones and Android devices tempt away their audience.
In his opening keynote at the London Games Festival last night Bigpoint CEO Heiko Hubertz shrugged off the Facebook goldfish.
This year’s London Games Conference opened with a startling signal of how fast social game firm Zynga is growing.