Entries in 'ios' (222)
Consumers are clearly winning to pay in excess of £40 for a copy of Mass Effect 3, but are they willing to do the same for its companion iOS title?
Crytek, the Frankfurt headquartered triple-A studio famous for its work on PC and console, has revealed its first dedicated smartphone title.
Having made somewhat of a splash on iOS, EA has pulled licensed title The Simpsons: Tapped Out from the App Store.
Retailer GameStop has announced that it now offers a selection of refurbished iPad, iPhone and iPods at over 1,000 of its stores.
Having released Battlefield 3 on the Apple App Store earlier this month, EA has now pulled the game from sale.
The Simpsons will be hitting iPhone and iPad later this year in a brand new free-to-play game from EA.
Apple appears to have deleted a range of App Store games that were found to be infringing on copyright law as well as unethically duplicating popular game designs.
Mobile app monitoring outfit Crittercism claims that iOS applications crash considerably more often than Android applications.
Grand Theft Auto III: 10th Anniversary Edition on iOS and Android generated the bulk of $26m in digital revenues for Take-Two in its fiscal Q3.
The critically acclaimed freemium game Triple Town has been flagrantly plagiarised by a rival games studio, according to allegations in a copyright infringement suit.
Capcom’s popular fantasy law series Ace Attorney is getting a brand new fifth outing, the publisher has announced.
Valve has launched its Steam service onto mobile devices in the form of a closed beta iPhone and Android app.
Microsoft has launched the Dance Central 2 Dance Cam app which lets users appear in customisable music videos.
Popular online puzzle game KooZac will be released for iOS and Android devices this quarter by Square Enix.
Epic Games' two debut iPhone games have generated more than $28 million in just over a single year, the company has announced.
Longstanding publisher Atari has effectively confirmed that it has taken action to block iOS games that apparently infringe on copyright.
Research from Flurry confirmed that Christmas 2011 was dominated by smartphones and tablets, with the result that 242m apps were downloaded on the big day and 1.2bn across the holiday ...
Black Powder Media, the producer of iOS title Vector Tanks 3, has claimed that Atari has issued a number of copyright infringement claims against games that resemble anything from Atari’s ...
We’ve already seen the success of FarmVille and CityVille – now Zynga has launched ForestVille on iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
iPad and iPhone users can now access their Xbox Live account via an official Microsoft app.
Just how far can EA push the freemium model on smartphones?
A new version of Tetris has been released by EA on iOS that offers additional features for those willing to subscribe.