Entries in 'smartphones' (105)
Paper Toss developer Backflip and UK studio Space Ape have released a new game based on Hasbro’s lucrative Transformers IP.
Sega has announced that it is closing Sonic Runners, which was the first mobile game from Sonic Team.
Strong week one downloads aren’t enough to guarantee long-term success for your mobile title – that’s the conclusion of a new analysis by SurveyMonkey Intelligence that looks into the launch ...
Nintendo has confirmed that its next two smartphone titles will be free-to-play.
Nintendo’s next two smartphone titles will, as promised, be based on two of its more recognisable IP.
Clash of Clans creator Supercell has another hit on its hands.
It operates one of the most successful smartphone games on the planet, but Machine Zone has decided to hunt for growth away from the games sector.
Nintendo’s first foray into the world of smartphone gaming will be available in the UK this Thursday (March 31st).
Chinese mobile games publisher Shanda Games is enjoying remarkable success from an unlikely source.
Nintendo’s first foray into the world of smartphone gaming is off to a decent start.
We already know that Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon are on the way in this, the 20th anniversary year of Pokemon. But another title has now also been confirmed.
A smartphone game inspired by Dark Souls sounds like a dream come true, but Bandai Namco’s Slashy Souls is quite possible not entirely what you expected.
The market share enjoyed by Windows Phone handsets has more than halved in the last year.
1970’s film and musical The Rocky Horror Show has emerged as the unlikely star of a new rhythm action game.
Nintendo has confirmed that its free debut smartphone app will offer microtransactions.
Smartphone and tablet titles will be graphically superior to the current generation of consoles by the end of next year.
Nintendo president Tatsumi Kimishima says the twin release of the NX and smartphone titles will restore balance at Nintendo.
Kids TV empire Cartoon Network is branching out by publishing its first original mobile title not based on an established show.
Glu Mobile has a celebrity title in the works featuring popular songstress Taylor Swift.
Mario? Zelda? Metroid? Donkey Kong? One of Nintendo’s bigger brands has been teased as the lead for the company’s second smartphone release.
Miitomo - the unusual smartphone app from Nintendo - will launch next month in 17 countries, and fans can pre-register for the game by February 17th.
As mobile users become increasingly wary of monetisation initiatives within apps, Google is reportedly modifying its marketplace to warn customers about in-app advertisements.
DeNA has said that all of the games it currently has in development for Nintendo will be free-to-play.
Developer Respawn has teamed up with Nexon to produce “several” new smartphone and tablet titles set in the Titanfall universe.