Entries in 'smartphones' (74)
Six years on from the release of Angry Birds, Angry Birds 2 has at last arrived on smartphones.
Bethesda’s Fallout smartphone experiment is off to an incredibly strong start.
The winners have been revealed for this year’s Apple Design Awards – and half of them are games.
There’s another PES game available for smartphones.
Sybo is hoping to replicate the success of its hit mobile title Subway Surfer with a brand new endless runner release.
That former Man Utd winger Cristiano Ronaldo now has his own mobile game is not really a surprise. That it isn’t a football title possible is.
The success of PS4 and Xbox One hasn’t managed to beat back mobile’s growing dominance of the games market, says research firm Newzoo.
Publisher Sega has said that a number of iOS and Android games that “no longer meet its standards” will be pulled from sale in the coming weeks.
It looks as if Nintendo’s foray into smartphone gaming will be slow to bed in.
Research firm Juniper projects worldwide digital content revenue will reach $154bn annually by 2019, with gaming expected to represent the largest share of that total.
The mobile game that started it all is getting a touchscreen makeover from its original creator.
Remember when every big summer movie would get an accompanying triple-A action console game? In the modern games industry, things are very different.
The mobile market has grown to such an extent that revenues are trickling further down the charts.
Upcoming movie Pixel will be joined by an associated mobile game from Bandai Namco.
iPhone and some Android owners are now able to play Hearthstone on their mobile phones.
YouTube kingpin PewDiePie is to star in his very own game.
Rovio Stockholm’s general manager has revealed that 2013’s Angry Birds Go has been acquired by more consumers than every Mario kart game combined.
Mobile games firm DeNA wants its partnership with Nintendo to rake in more than $25m a month, the firm’s CEO has said.
A ‘proper’ simulation WWE wrestling game is on the way from 2K.
Nintendo’s change of mind in deciding to bring its titles to smartphones did not come about because the company believed it had run out of options.
Finnish start-up-turned-mobile-giant Supercell generated revenues of $1.7bn in 2014.
The next game in the Driver series is almost certainly not what you expect.
The smartphone version of Hearthstone, due out this month, will not segment players from the existing user base.
Nintendo boss Satoru Iwata has said that he’s never dismissed smartphone gaming as a genre.
Nintendo’s first titles developed specifically for mobile phones should be out by the end of the year.