The new head of Ngmoco believes mobile games are leveling up.
Swarm invites studios looking to replace OpenFeint to give its online solutions a try.
Developer Zynga's collapse has taken its toll on game-company valuations. The topic came up at the recent investor panel at the YetiZen game accelerator.
Heyzap is jumping on the opportunity created by the demise of OpenFeint.
Gree purchased OpenFeint in April 2011. Now, it's cutting off the servers and potentially breaking several games in the process.
Sho Masuda is the man in charge of spending at Japan's Gree, which is trying to break into the U.S. mobile games market.
Apple's Game Center looks like an afterthought when compared to the success of iTunes, the iPhone, and the iPad.
Windows 8 might be popular among game developers, but the phone version of Microsoft's software will face a tough road catching up with Google and Apple.
Gree makes its third acquisition in 18 months. Developer Pokelabo will add a promising collectible-card game to Gree's stable of first-party titles.
In part two of our discussion on the transition to digital gaming, our Login panelists ponder how quickly the changes to all-digital will come.
Technology matters, but so does chronology. Disruption is happening in games, but at what pace?
Is Facebook fair as a platform? Sean Ryan, head of game partnerships at Facebook, says the charts tell us that it is.
Japanese mobile social network Gree continues to bulk up for the U.S. market as it acquires mobile-game developer App Ant Studios.
MoMinis has modified its PlayScape mega game so it is part of every game in its network, rather than a separate app.
Chartboost's Kiosk program creates new revenue opportunities for mobile game developers.
Gree grew its Q2 revenues by 38 percent over Q1 in North America.
The mobile gaming gold rush lives on: SkyVu raises a round from venture firm Lightbank and others.
With the console market looking a little shaky and Facebook starting to slow down, mobile stands before the gaming industry as a potential savior.
Chief executive and cofounder Si Shen discusses Papaya Mobile's new mobile traffic exchange, AppFlood.
Jens Begemann still believes in Facebook, but the CEO of Wooga is also expanding into mobile social games.