SkyVu Entertainment is expanding its popular Battle Bears brand.
The iPad mini is drawing a lot of praise from developers who want Apple to complete in the mobile gaming revolution.
The mobile gaming gold rush lives on: SkyVu raises a round from venture firm Lightbank and others.
It's hard enough for most makers of iPhone games to find an audience. The costs of doing so are now terrifying developers (and making some nearly pull their hair out).
Without users, it doesn’t matter how innovative your mobile app or game is. At next week’s GamesBeat 2012 conference in San Francisco, we explore the future of user acquisition with speakers such as Rober Weber, a cofounder of W3i; Gabriel …