Entries in 'mobile' (181)
Rovio has announced Angry Birds 2 has already been downloaded 1m times in its first 12 hours out on mobile platforms.
Next week could see another big player join the ever-intensifying virtual reality fray.
Blizzard’s World of Warcraft inspired card battler Hearthstone is for the first time making more on smartphones than it is on PC.
Free-to-play may still be a turn off to some sections of the fandom, but for developers it can often remain a very sensible choice.
Street-traversing simulator Crossy Road has become the latest mobile hit to earn its very own branded merchandise.
Legendary video game brand Commodore is making a come back, sort of, as an Android smartphone.
Although it may not feel like it, mobile behemoth Angry Birds has never been granted a full follow-up.
Industry analytics group GameAnalytics has launched a new indie-focused initiative to assist mobile developers in launching and promoting their games by providing data gathering and other resources.
A Futurama game is in the works for mobile platforms, Twentieth Century Fox has announced.
Owners of the Xperia Z3 or Xperia Z4 are now able to stream their mobile games directly to Twitch.
EA has appointed recent recruit Samantha Ryan as the new head of its EA Mobile division.
Avalanche Studios, best known for the chaotic Just Cause series and the upcoming post-apocalyptic title Mad Max, has entered the mobile market with Rumble City.
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: a new mobile game promising ‘an HD console-quality experience on mobile’.
Mobile giant Supercell has canned its next title.
The Android version of Bethesda’s hugely popular iOS title Fallout Shelter seems to be coming this August.
A new iOS title is replacing microtransactions with social interations.
European developers are increasingly developing games for PC rather than mobile, according to a new survey.
Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation is out now for iOS and Android devices, Square Enix has announced.
Bethesda’s Fallout smartphone experiment is off to an incredibly strong start.
Square Enix’s Montreal studio is making a Tomb Raider mobile game entitled Tomb Raider Go.
EA's mobile boss Samantha Ryan took to the stage at the firm's E3 conference and confirmed that a Star Wars mobile title is on the way.
Stat trackers IHS has shown its latest market data ahead of next week’s E3 - revealing that $92bn will be spent on games this year.
Puzzle & Dragons creator GungHo is to expand into mobile games publishing, president Kazuki Morishita has confirmed.
Kate Upton’s time as the never-ending face of free-to-play advertising on social media may be over.
Long-running indie studio Spiderweb Software is going to once again release games on iOS, after abandoning Apple’s platform in April.