Entries in 'smartphone' (20)
Pokemon Go is so good that you’d be willing to pay someone to play it for you, right? Oh no wait that’s mental.
Here’s a number that will send chills through the minds of mobile game makers.
The smartphone sector is king, consuming all other formats in its wake, right? Apparently not. Actually, the good ol' PC still rules the roost.
The long-awaited debut on Nintendo on smartphones will have a dramatic effect on Nintendo’s profit, president Tatsumi Kimishima has said.
The boss of Nintendo America has said warned that gamers shouldn’t be expecting traditional experiences from the company’s firs smartphone titles.
Cherished console series Bomberman is getting a new entry! And you can probably guess what’s coming next, right?
Disney Interactive has officially ‘retired’ a huge number of iOS and Android games.
One of the first consumer-grade virtual reality headsets to make it to market has set a potentially market-changing price.
The increasing number of players opting for the smartphone and tablet versions of Hearthstone is resulting in lost revenue for Blizzard.
Free-to-play may still be a turn off to some sections of the fandom, but for developers it can often remain a very sensible choice.
Legendary video game brand Commodore is making a come back, sort of, as an Android smartphone.
EA Mobile has said that mobile title SimCity BuildIt has become the most played title in the series’ 26-year long history.
High-profile Nintendo developer Hideki Konno has been put in charge of Nintendo’s smartphone game development, reports suggest.
Level-5 has announced that two of its big upcoming titles will be heading to smartphones instead of portable consoles.
Nintendo’s first titles developed specifically for mobile phones should be out by the end of the year.
Warner Bros has announced that there will also be a smartphone version of upcoming fighter Mortal Kombat X.
RPG title The World Ends With You: Solo Remix has been withdrawn from the Apple App Store.
Cartoon Network has launched a new Adventure Time game that allows players to design and import their own levels using pen and paper.
Smartphone hit Crossy Road has proved that in-game ads can still pay the bills, even in games that have IAPs.
You’ve read the book (well, you probably haven’t) and seen the film, and now Princess Bride fans are being invited to play the game.