Rage of Bahamut developer now part of DeNA’s gamemaker stable.
Japan’s DeNA and China’s Sina have teamed up to form a big mobile gaming market.
MindJolt, the social game company headed by MySpace co-founder Chris DeWolfe, has added a mobile veteran to its staff in a move to expand to mobile social games.
Mobile social networking service Mig33 has raised $8.9 million in a third round of funding.
Mobile community Mig33 has brought together 40 million registered users on humble feature phones around the world. They play games, socialize, and browse the web using Mig33′s mobile-first platform.
Neil Young, chief executive of iPhone game maker Ngmoco, said in an interview today that he agreed to sell his company to Japan’s DeNA for $400 million because of a shared vision to build the world’s top social mobile gaming company. DeNA announced the acquisition earlier today.