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GF18: Supercell and Space Ape bring Game First conference to London

SuperCell is moving its mobile developer conference to London in January. It’s putting on the event with the London-based Space Ape Games, which SuperCell acquired back in May. Game First has been run in Supercell’s Helsinki since 2014 and welcomes ‘game developers only’ to talk about current issues in development. …

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Tencent is making two PUBG mobile games

It turns out that Chinese gaming giant Tencent has bigger plans for PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds on mobile than we first thought. Analyst Daniel Ahmad says that the company has not one but two PUBG games in development. The first is called PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds: Army Attack and is being developed by Timi …

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F2P PixelJunk Monsters coming to mobile via Kickstarter

Q-Games wants to make a mobile version of PS3 hit PixelJunk Monsters, and has turned to Kickstarter to do it. As the game will be free-to-play, Kickstarter backers should theoretically still be able to play even without laying down cash – although should not enough people back it, it of …

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New smartphone fighter Marvel Strike Force announced

Hot on the heels of the closure of one Marvel game, another has risen from its ashes. Disney’s Marvel and 21’st Century Fox’s FoxNext Games have unveiled Marvel Strike Force, which is described as a squad-based action RPG for mobiles. It’s due out in 2018. Confirmed characters include Captain America, …

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Apple could become world’s first trillion-dollar company as shares hit record high

The release of the iPhone X has propelled Apple close to the point of becoming the world’s first ever trillion-dollar company. Apple’s share price hit an all-time high on Wednesday after a 19 per cent surge on news of record pre-orders for the iPhone X. The news came as a …

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Razer announces first smartphone and upcoming IPO

Tech firm Razer has both announced its first ever smartphone, and its intention to go public. The company has shied away from calling its phone a “gaming phone”, most likely for fears of association with the ill-fated Nokia N-Gage or even Sony’s Xperia Play. However, the device, complete with its …

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