Entries in 'ios' (268)
Sony may not be the only platform holder to announce a streaming content strategy at E3 this week.
Total global sales of indie PC hit Minecraft are rapidly approaching 10m.
Sony’s cloud-based music service application Music Unlimited will arrive on the Apple App Store this Friday, the company has announced.
The developer of Dragon Shout, a free utility for players of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, has been told by ZeniMax that he is infringing copyright.
Think the big money is in paid-for apps? Think again – the real money is in in-game purchases.
Free-to-play iOS shooter Eliminate will be terminated by publisher Ngmoco on May 25th.
Angry Birds Space has surpassed 50m downloads in just over a month of availability.
The mobile version of Mojang’s indie hit Minecraft has received a significant update for iOS and Android devices.
An iOS version of Capcom’s fighting mash-up sequel Marvel vs. Capcom 2 is heading to the App Store this week.
A new iOS app based on Kinect Star Wars has hit the App Store courtesy of Microsoft.
Activision’s hugely successful new IP Skylanders is coming to iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
Consumers have spent more than £7m on Rovio’s new iOS release Angry Birds Space in just five days.
An exclusive short film based on new iOS release Angry Birds Space will get its first airing on the UK this Friday (March 23rd) at 6pm.
OMGPOP, developer of the popular and addictive Pictionary style app Draw Something, has been acquired by Zynga.
World of Warcraft could yet be released on iOS, providing developer Blizzard can find a way of acceptably mapping the MMO’s controls onto touch screens
BioWare has released a new app to assist those who just can't seem to get enough Mass Effect.
Mortal Kombat is refused classification, JB Hi-Fi continues to grow, a new web site launches and a Flight Control sequel come out of MCV Pacific this week.
The popular series of iOS games, Dark Nebula, has been acquired by Gothenburg-based outfit Free Lunch Design.
Epic has used the iPad 3 Apple press conference to unveil a new game in the Infinity Blade series.
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.