The company has millions of users playing its games on mobile devices.
Heyzap will give users something to brag about with achievements.
PlayPhone is shooting to fill the void left by the shutdown of OpenFeint.
Heyzap is jumping on the opportunity created by the demise of OpenFeint.
DeNA makes it possible for mobile game developers to reach huge crowds in Japan and increasingly around the globe.
DeNA's Mobage network is big in Japan, and it is expanding in the West.
The mobile revolution in games isn't over yet, but Ngmoco's founders have left their parent company DeNA.
Shifting from Facebook to mobile, Crowdstar is announcing today that it will publish games through Gree‘s worldwide mobile social network.
The alliance isn’t a surprise in one respect: Gree purchased OpenFeint, a sister company to Crowdstar, from YouWeb for $104 …
Japan's DeNA mobile social gaming network has signed up a couple of key American game partners as it expands in the U.S.
Disney and Japan’s DeNA have agreed to collaborate on mobile social games to be launched on a worldwide basis. The deal is part of a larger entertainment collaboration.
Under the deal, both companies will collaborate to produce games for DeNA’s …
PlayPhone is formally launching its smartphone mobile social gaming network today after signing up more than 3 million users worldwide. I guess you could say it’s a little behind in making that announcement, as it has so many users already.…