A handful of the top-rated applications and games in the iTunes App Store have become free ahead of the store’s fifth birthday.
Dots has 3 million users in just a month, and they have played more than 250 million games.
The engine that powers Battlefield and Need for Speed is coming to “all major mobile platforms” in the form of Frostbite Go.
Wooga currently has 50 million active monthly users across its mobile and web games.
Those gifted with new mobile devices this holiday season have a world of fun awaiting their fingertips — maybe too much fun.
Famous authors from the past battle against another with the most powerful weapon of all: words.
In what appears to be an inevitable move, Electronic Arts has released a new version of its Madden Football game built specifically for mobile devices and social networks.
Instead of smashing bricks, you’re rescuing animals trapped in an evil science lab in this new twist on Atari’s 36-year-old Breakout franchise.
Gameloft partnered with app and game maker Discovery Bay Games for the Duo Gamer, a bluetooth-enabled controller for iOS devices that only works with Gameloft games.
Dishonored: Rat Assassin is an unusual but addicting take on Arkane Studio’s first-person action game.
Boasting impressive visuals and God of War-like combat, Gameloft clearly wanted its first game using the Unreal Engine to epic.
Just in time for the game’s 30th anniversary, Activision’s new mobile studio, The Blast Furnace, has released a reimagining of the classic Pitfall!
A spoiler-free review of The Dark Knight Rises game for iOS and Android devices.
Casual games developer King.com announced that its free-to-play title, Bubble Witch Saga, is now available on the iTunes App Store.
Both Rock Band and Rock Band Reloaded will be taken down from the App Store on July 31.
Samsung announced today that the Angry Birds franchise will come to the company’s Smart TVs in the near future. In addition, Rovio, the maker of the Angry Birds games, will provide animated Angry Birds shorts to Samsung’s Angry Birds channel for the Smart TVs.
Capcom has launched an iPhone and iPod touch port of the classic Super Nintendo game Mega Man X, but fans are complaining restlessly about the laziness of the re-release.