Entries in 'iphone' (392)
HMV has launched a new Android and iPhone app that tells gamers how much their games are worth.
One of the most ambitious retro game collections to hit smartphones has arrived in the Apple App Store today.
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Owners of both the iPhone and iPad will be able to access glasses-free 3D visuals thanks to a new creation from developer Big Head Games.
Championship Manager 1980s Legends has been announced following the release of ‘70s Legends last year.
Yesterday two of the most important companies in games and technology, Nintendo and Apple, held keynotes back to back. The Nintendo keynote at GDC primarily concerned the 3DS and filling ...
The second generation of iPad will launch in the UK on the same day as Nintendo's 3DS.
Sony's upcoming PSP successor the Next Generation Portable will be unable to compete with Apple's iPhone and its digital distribution portal the App Store, a leading casual games exec has ...
The rebirth of the Smurf continues to gather pace following Capcom's confirmation that its free-to-play iOS title Smurfs' Village has now passed the 10m download mark on the Apple App ...
The success of iPhone gaming will not necessarily come at the expense of dedicated gaming handheld rivals such as the DS, PSP, 3DS and NGP.
Having emerged as one of the biggest indie games success of 2010, PC hit Minecraft is getting an official port to Apple's iOS devices such as the iPhone and iPad.
Cult Japanese shoot-em-up developer Cave has confirmed that it is to port quirky shooter Deathsmiles to iOS devices this spring.
Capcom Interactive has announced that it has not been in a dispute with Apple over Smurfs’ Village on iPhone.
Capcom has been warned by Apple that its hugely popular Smurf’s Village has earned the iPhone manufacturer a significant number of severe complaints.
The next Apple iPhone will have a larger screen than its predecessors, reports suggest.
Travis Boatman, EA Mobile VP of Worldwide Studios, claims there is huge market potential for core-focused mobile games.
Capcom’s Smurf’s Village could soon overtake Angry Birds in the iOS charts as the game that generates the most revenue.
It may have lost many men in the battle of 2010, but General Wii still stands tall on the battlefield that is taking place under the world's TVs. From the ...
Ray Sharma, founder of Canadian mobile developer XMG Studio, had some stern words of criticism for EA Mobile and Apple at the Mobile Games Forum in London today.