Entries in 'smartphone' (52)
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RPG title The World Ends With You: Solo Remix has been withdrawn from the Apple App Store.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.
The average mobile gamer of 2014 is some seven years younger than just one year ago.
A new Xperia smartphone with the ability to play PlayStation 4 games remotely is set to launch later this month, Sony has revealed.
A Chinese smartphone game called Fengkuang Laiwang has found itself in the centre of a data privacy scandal.
84.7 per cent of smartphones shipped worldwide in the quarter ending June 2014 used Google’s Android operating system.
Global Google Play downloads exceeded iOS App Store downloads by around 60 per cent last quarter, according to a new report.
Two years ago EA was the top player in the smartphone game space. Now it’s starting again in an attempt to recapture that crown.
It’s hard to envisage a future in which handheld consoles remain relevant, EA COO Peter Moore has argued.
Despite expanding on the successes it has enjoyed with the Kindle, Kindle Fire and potentially promising Fire TV, Amazon’s new Fire Phone has been criticised by some analysts.
iOS and Android hit Threes is getting an Xbox One release.
Korean electronics giant LG yesterday revealed the high-end LG G3 Android phone, and already two big names have snubbed the device.
Sony’s karaoke sensation is making its way to the PS4 later this year.
Sega will this summer release a Super Monkey Ball themed Peggle clone on iOS and Android.
Sega has reported a 102 per cent increase in operating income to ¥38.53bn for the year ending March 31st.
Angry Birds creator Rovio has launched a new publishing arm designed to bring more experimental titles to the smartphone games market.
Tesco has revealed that it will launch an Android smartphone by the end of the year.
Western mobile game devs are being offered a new route into the lucrative Asian digital games market.
A custom 3D interface is the USP that Amazon hopes will distinguish its upcoming entry into the smartphone market.
The latest iteration of the Galaxy Android smartphone series has gone on sale in the UK.