FarmVille 2 is the company’s best launch in two years.
The Big Fish Casino game lets you choose if you want to play for fun or gamble with real money.
Mobile is gaining momentum at Zynga, which started out on Facebook.
Mobile gamers are starting to focus more on playing only on mobile devices.
Novusport measures and ranks your activity. The more you play sports, the more you score.
Game media veteran John Davison has jumped from CBS Interactive to Red Robot Labs.
Zynga is bringing over two of its Japanese role-playing games.
Storm8 has bootstrapped itself into a major mobile game company. It has its detractors, but the company has a huge base of users and it moves really fast.
Global games publisher Gameloft announced today its new gaming hub service, Gameloft Live. In a move that should surprise no one, the company has taken the concept and the name of a console gaming service (Xbox Live) and repurposed it for the mobile space with a dedicated Android app, available now, and a soon-to-be-released iOS app.
6waves Lolapps said today it has acquired Dallas-based mobile game maker Escalation Studios. The move is part of a concerted effort by the social game publisher to get big in mobile. Terms of the deal were not announced.
Some of the most popular mobile games are simple ones. With that in mind, Zynga is launching Scramble With Friends on the iPhone and iPod Touch today.
Eager to compete with rival DeNA, Japan’s Gree has just released new details on its global social gaming platform. The borderless system will give users a single sign-on so they can play games on the network wherever they are and regardless of phone.
MindJolt got a lot of goodness with its acquisition of mobile game maker SGN back in April. Mobile game revenues now account for a third of MindJolt’s revenue and the company recently released five more mobile games.
Game makerZynga has expanded its game development reach into the United Kingdom with the acquisition today of Wonderland Software.
Munich-based Scoreloop is announcing today a deal with Hong Kong mobile carrier CSL to create a dedicated mobile game portal using Scoreloop’s social game platform.