The developer is preparing Candy Crush Saga and Bubble Witch Saga for release in the two Asian nations.
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Casual games developer King.com announced that its free-to-play title, Bubble Witch Saga, is now available on the iTunes App Store.
Social games are more popular than ever, with new genres emerging, says Facebook's Sarah Brooks.
London-based King.com is launching Candy Crush Saga on Facebook today as part of its bid to capitalize on the shift in audience tastes toward increasingly casual games. Since debuting its first social network title last fall, King.com has become the …
Editor's Pick After Zynga, the second-biggest player on Facebook isn't Electronic Arts anymore. It's Wooga, a Berlin-based studio that has become Europe's largest social game publisher with more than 49 million monthly active users on Facebook.
Now Wooga has raised $24 million in venture capital and has grown to more than 150 employees. The company now faces a number of strategic decisions, such as doubling down on Facebook or spreading out to platforms such as Google+ or Zynga.com. We caught up with co-founder Jens Begemann at the recent Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Here's a transcript of our interview.