Entries in 'mobile' (139)
The Angry Birds franchise has reached 1bn downloads, Rovio has announced.
Forget the recession: our depressed retail market is thanks to pressure from free apps and mobile games.
The Japanese publisher behind No More Heroes is coming to Europe.
Japanese social gaming giant Gree has acquired mobile game developer Funzio in a deal worth $210m.
Think the big money is in paid-for apps? Think again – the real money is in in-game purchases.
Steam users can now initiate downloads and manage their games through a web browser or mobile device.
Rockstar has announced a slight delay for the Android version of Max Payne Mobile.
The organisers of Gamescom have confirmed that online and mobile companies will be given more dedicated space at the 2012 iteration of the show.
The popular series of iOS games, Dark Nebula, has been acquired by Gothenburg-based outfit Free Lunch Design.
Valve has launched its Steam service onto mobile devices in the form of a closed beta iPhone and Android app.
Popular online puzzle game KooZac will be released for iOS and Android devices this quarter by Square Enix.
Not only are hopes of Shenmue 3 still dead in the balance, but now the newest Shenmue title to hit the market has been scrapped.
Sony is locked in negotiations with Adobe to add Flash support to PS Vita, a new report suggests.
The mobile app designed to accompany Activision’s Call of Duty: Elite service has been delayed.
Nearly half of us in the UK have dropped our mobile phone down the toilet, it is claimed.
A leaked email from Adobe appears to signal that the company is to quit development of its Flash player plug-in for mobile devices.
More than five million gamers use EA’s online download platform Origin every day, says the publisher’s COO Peter Moore.
Social gaming powerhouse Zynga has unveiled plans to take its games beyond Facebook to a dedicated online portal.
A group of mobile developers have teamed up to raise money for charity by selling their games in one cheap and cheerful pack.
Sony Ericsson has signed a deal with Square Enix that will see Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light released as an Android exclusive on Xperia Play.
The mobile gaming network’s CEO and co-founder Jason Citron has resigned after the company was sold to Gree earlier this year.
Ratings body PEGI has introduced a new system for mobile games – and it wants the likes of Apple and Android to start using them.
COD XP: Activision has confirmed that Call of Duty Elite features full Facebook integration and will be accompanied at launch by a mobile app.
Online publisher Atari has hired new additions to its management team as it continues to establish itself in the mobile and casual space.
The ME Awards are coming and, as ever, they'll give the mobile entertainment industry the chance to celebrate its success. And drink. And have a few laughs.