Entries in 'ios' (246)
Square Enix has re-listed The World Ends With You: Solo Remix on the App Store, following confirmation that the game is now compatible with iOS 8.
Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation is out now for iOS and Android devices, Square Enix has announced.
And we wonder why companies are increasingly shying away from the triple-A game space…
Bethesda has confirmed an Android version of Fallout Shelter is in development, but not to expect it any time soon.
PC hit This War of Mine will arrive on iPads and Android tablets next month, developer 11 Bit Studios has announced.
Supergiant Games has announced an iOS version of its action RPG Transistor is now available on the App Store.
Publisher Perfect World has revealed Torchlight Mobile, a new entry in Runic Games' popular action RPG franchise in the works for mobile platforms.
Long-running indie studio Spiderweb Software is going to once again release games on iOS, after abandoning Apple’s platform in April.
There’s another PES game available for smartphones.
Mattel has announced a digital release of its card game Apples to Apples is out now on iOS as a free-to-play offering.
Microsoft has confirmed reports that its Cortana voice application will release for iOS and Android platforms.
Mojang’s blockbuster game Minecraft continues to take the top position in both of the iOS charts.
UK developer Space Ape games has revealed that its recently released iOS title Rival Kingdoms was downloaded over 1m times in its first week of release.
UK-based mobile games company Space Ape has released its second title, strategy game Rival Kingdoms.
The mobile game that started it all is getting a touchscreen makeover from its original creator.
The Remastered version of Tim Schafer’s classic adventure game Grim Fandango is out now for iOS and Android devices.
Free-to-play collectible card game Hearthstone has registered 30m players, Blizzard has revealed.
Goat Simulator is primed to receive a zombie survival game mode with the release of the DayZ-inspired GoatZ DLC later this week.
Remember when every big summer movie would get an accompanying triple-A action console game? In the modern games industry, things are very different.
Microsoft has extended an open invitation to mobile developers to port iOS and Android apps to Windows and sell them via the Windows Store.
Indie developer Jeff Vogel will no longer make games for iOS, criticising Apple for its apathy with regards to the problems the firm causes for developers.
The latest Ghostbusters game is coming to iOS in the form of a puzzle-card game-RPG mashup.
A mobile edition of EA Sports UFC is now available as a free-to-play offering on Android and iOS.
343 Industries and Vanguard Games' twin-stick shooter Halo: Spartan Strike has launched on Windows PC, Windows 8.1, Windows Phone and – somewhat unexpectedly – iOS.
Apple’s successful Asian strategy has seen Chinese iOS owners download more apps than their American counterparts for the first time.