Puzzle & Dragons players under 20 in Japan can only spend $200 a month.
The Finnish publisher has become one of the most successful mobile game companies in the world. But its chief, Ilkka Paananen, isn’t satisfied with success. He wants to make history.
Supercell’s very first Android game debuts in the top-10 highest-grossing Google Play apps.
One of Japan’s most popular games is catching on in the west.
Puzzle & Dragons will have an Angry Birds-themed level. Rovio will also hold an art contest for fans of both games.
Chukong will use the influx of cash to expand its mobile-gaming development and publishing businesses.
The price reflects SoftBank’s desire to get content for its telecom holdings and move into the West.
Finnish developer Supercell claims it will remain independent and will use the cash to move into global publishing.