The engine that powers Battlefield and Need for Speed is coming to "all major mobile platforms" in the form of Frostbite Go.
Gramble is operating a mobile social network to turn gaming into good.
Nvidia's new Kepler Mobile graphics chip will be able to run circles around the iPad.
Guest Post Free-to-play has revolutionized the monetization model in gaming by charging players based on their willingness to pay, instead of displaying one set price for all. Indeed, through a dynamic pricing scheme for in-app purchase items, free-to-play has enabled game publishers to monetize the whole of the price/demand curve.
Guest Post Mobile gaming apps have been quietly reinventing mobile advertising and out-monetizing even the large, well-established publishers. Here are a few things the mobile games companies have worked out along the way.
Android is a hot button for mobile gaming industry experts. Some believe it will grow to be the biggest platform developed for, some say it's the one of the worst to work with.
If you're creating a game, recent data says you should be focusing heavily on marketing, the reviews you get. And if you're a mobile game, you also now have a much bigger audience to make love you.
But as one panelist said, "Problems with graphics tend to be solved by Moore's Law, but problems with business models do not."
Guest Post Customer service is tricky when it comes to gaming -- but it's a vital part of your title's success.
Kongregate is making the shift from web to mobile gaming.
Editor's Pick On Tuesday, Enish will make its debut on the Tokyo Stock Exchange. In U.S. markets, such an IPO would be laughable; mobile games are apps or even features here, not legitimate, sustainable businesses.
Heyzap is jumping on the opportunity created by the demise of OpenFeint.
King.com hopes to parlay its success on Facebook into mobile as its ad revenues increased ten-foll over the last year.
The new iPad has overtaken the PlayStation Vita as the portable device with the most powerful graphics processor.
DeNA makes it possible for mobile game developers to reach huge crowds in Japan and increasingly around the globe.
Mobile is gaining momentum at Zynga, which started out on Facebook.
There’s a reason why so many developers feels iOS users are more valuable than Android: Apple is killing it in mobile gaming with 84 percent of all mobile gaming revenue in the US.
“When analyzing Apple’s successful monetization, there is …
Don’t say mobile games aren’t gritty. Funzio, the mobile gaming company behind popular iOS games Crime City and Modern War, is looking to raise a fat $50 million funding round at $350 million pre-money valuation, but anonymous sources familiar with …
At South By Southwest Interactive, we got to sit down for an interview with OMGPOP chief revenue officer Wilson Kriegel. We talked at length about the small game studio’s meteoric rise to blockbuster success with Draw Something — and about …
We’ve confirmed that Zynga, the app-studio-eating megalith of social gaming, has acquired OMGPOP, maker of new hit mobile game Draw Something. You know what they say: If you can’t beat ‘em, buy ‘em.
Zynga eventually wants “to get one billion …