Entries in 'casual games' (38)
Casual games platform Big Fish has announced a partnership with Coinbase to accept BitCoin currency as payment for games and in-app purchases.
Candy Crush developer King has filed for an initial public offering in the US worth an estimated $5 billion, according to a report.
Dozens of Big Fish staff have been let go and even more have been relocated as part of a business consolidation effort, the company has announced.
Oslo Albet, creator of co-operative puzzle game Fireboy and Watergirl, discusses how allowing kids and parents to play together can help spread word of your latest title
Jeroen Bouwman, Head of Content Acquisition & Michael Louw, Senior Games Producer at Spil Games discuss the opportunity for edu-games and more.
Jeroen Bouwman, Head of Content Acquisition & Michael Louw, Senior Games Producer at Spil Games reveal the opportunities in casual games in 2013.
John Riccitiello isn’t listening to the noise surrounding social gaming’s impending demise – believing instead that companies are learning, and only need to make a few necessary adjustments for continued success.
For all its focus on core gaming, THQ still has a very successful and growing kids, family and casual business. Christopher Dring quizzes the division’s executive vice president Martin Good ...
Halo creator Bungie has launched a new venture into mobile and social games: Bungie Aerospace.
Syfy will publish it first social games later this year as the broadcaster aims for a larger share of that market.
Studios for 13 countries around the world have already entered Computec’s Make The Game competition.
Computec Media is giving games developers the chance to establish themselves on the browser gaming scene.
This year’s most popular iPhone apps have been revealed – and the majority are games.
Free-to-play online game Playboy Party has launched today on popular social network Facebook.
The general manager of GameStop’s digital ventures group has insisted that there’s no conflict of interest in his company’s promotion of free-to-play online games as the High Street continues to ...
PopCap’s downloadable version of Plants vs Zombies for Xbox 360 looks like it will receive new features not seen on the PC or iPhone.
The UK spent as much as £280 million on online-based casual games, a new study suggests.
More people in America play video games than go to the cinema, according to a recent survey carried out by the NPD group.
Casual games guru Greg Canessa is leaving his post at PopCap to join Blizzard.
A recent report by New York's Centre for an Urban Future has said the core games industry is badly represented in the Big Apple - but adds that the city ...