Entries in 'mobile' (230)
The unexpected scale of the success of Pokemon Go has claimed another record.
Publisher Warner Bros has released a new entry in the Batman: Arkham series.
The number of downloads on Google Play has increased by 3.8 times since 2012, while revenue has shot up 35.7 times, in the last four years.
Nintendo has confirmed that its next two smartphone titles will be free-to-play.
Clash of Clans creator Supercell has another hit on its hands.
Japanese publisher Capcom has opened a new mobile business division.
Nintendo’s first foray into the world of smartphone gaming will be available in the UK this Thursday (March 31st).
Here’s a number that will send chills through the minds of mobile game makers.
EA’s Plants vs Zombies series is branching out into a third genre.
Clash of Clans developer Supercell is once again at the top of the App Store charts with its new title Clash Royale.
Japanese mobile giant DeNA has announced it is closing down its Transformers title Battle Tactics this May
Glu may be entering a period of struggle, but its faith in all things Kardashian is not to be shaken.
Smartphone and tablet titles will be graphically superior to the current generation of consoles by the end of next year.
Blizzard believes that targeting mobile platforms, rather than virtual reality platforms, could be the best way to grow the company and its audience.
Glu Mobile has a celebrity title in the works featuring popular songstress Taylor Swift.
The smartphone sector is king, consuming all other formats in its wake, right? Apparently not. Actually, the good ol' PC still rules the roost.
Finland-based mobile studio Traplight Games has closed a recent round of funding totaling €1.3m.
Mino Games has another mobile hit on its hands with Mino Monsters' sequel.
Kamcord has beaten Twitch and YouTube Gaming to the iOS streaming race.
Square Enix has reported financial results for its most recent six-month stretch, with the publisher showing increases in both sales and profits for the period.
Japanese mobile giant DeNA has been discussing details of its Nintendo partnership with investors.
DeNA has said that all of the games it currently has in development for Nintendo will be free-to-play.
Fans and investors alike have been left flat after Nintendo revealed its first smartphone app.
A live game show based on popular mobile trivia title QuizUp is in development for network television, NBC representatives have announced.