Entries in 'mobile' (139)
The studio currently working on PlayStation Vita release Call of Duty: Black Ops Declassified is to abandon the console gaming sector.
A Channel 4 game based on the upcoming sequel to the Christmas classic The Snowman is coming to iPhone, iPad and Android devices this December.
US mobile games publisher Glu Mobile has partnered with UK outfit Probability PLC to break into the gambling market.
A survey recently conducted by research firm EEDAR shows nearly 60 per cent of mobile gamers are women.
Sony has this morning entered a new phase in its mobile gaming masterplan.
Google has announced Android’s Google Play store has surpassed 25bn downloads.
Upcoming Hollywood outing The Hobbit is to get the free-to-play game treatment.
Ubisoft showed off its download line-up at its Digital Days showcase in Paris earlier this month, and MCV caught up with worldwide director of online games Stephanie Perotti.
Activision has revealed its intentions to become much more involved in the mobile space.
Social and mobile games publisher Gree has revealed partnerships with a handful of North American-based independent developers.
The Japanese market for social network games is expected to soar over the course of the current year.
The handheld video games market is being killed off by the smartphone sector, metrics firm Flurry Analytics believes.
Mobile developer Perblue has revealed staggering financial figures for their free-to-play MMO Parallel Kingdom, also declaring that Android is currently outpacing iOS in nearly every way.
Polytron’s Phil Fish has revealed that Zynga sought out the indie studio with hopes of porting their XBLA platformer Fez to mobile devices.
UK chancellor George Osborne will later today announce that mobile games giant GREE will open a UK studio in London
US trade body ESA has seen its members grow to 34 with the additional of GREE, MadCatz and NetDragon Websoft
While official confirmation is sparse, it appears there’s a lot going on with Dead Island developer Techland.
The first game from Activision's new Leeds, UK mobile studio is a revamp of classic owned IP Pitfall, not Call of Duty, the firm has told MCV.
UK industry stalwart and UKIE chairman Andy Payne has revealed that Activision is working on an iOS and mobile version of Call of Duty.
A war has erupted in the mobile games space, with two Japanese giants hoping to buy their way into the hearts of Western gamers.
Call of Duty publisher Activision is setting up a new smartphone games label for third-parties. And crucially, it will let new partners keep their IP.
Angry Birds Space has topped 100m downloads since its launch in March.
In the eighth of a series of features answering the biggest questions about the industry's future, Dominic Sacco investigates the dangers smartphones and tablets pose to the console market
Publishing powerhouse Activision is set to establish a brand new mobile-focused studio in the UK.
In an unexpected move, Gamestop will begin offering mobile plans in the US on AT&T’s network.