The founder of RealNetworks has a new way to boost engagement for GameHouse Casino Plus game.
Developer GameHouse is shifting its resources into social casino games.
Social games are more popular than ever, with new genres emerging, says Facebook’s Sarah Brooks.
Guest Post Matt Hullett argues that we’re very early in the historical development of casual games for the web and mobile.
GameHouse, the game division of RealNetworks, said today it is expanding its social game studio to a new office in Victoria, British Columbia. The new office will double its staff to at least 45 people by the end of 2012.
Women who play games have more sex. That’s one of the results of a survey conducted by Harris Interactive on behalf of GameHouse polled over 2,000 adults in the US.
It has taken a while to get the engines revving, but the GameHouse division of Real Networks is now making its run at the social game market. The company has 3,000 casual games and 50 million unique users a month, but its traditional business has been disrupted. Now it is poised to start cranking out Facebook games that could be a lot more lucrative, according to an interview with GameHouse senior vice president Matt Hulett (pictured).
Online game service WildTangent has rounded up a trio of game publishers to provide titles for its upcoming Android games launch, the company announced today.