Bryan Henderson–a teenager from Scotland–has smashed the final cube of Peter Molyneux's enigmatic puzzle app Curiosity. For solving the Curiosity cube Henderson has been awarded the role as an all-powerful deity in Molyneux’s upcoming “god game” Godus, where he will reign over the game’s online community.
Unity 3D is one of the most popularly used game engines around. For those who don't know, game engines are a platform that kick start game development and provide an environment for the same. Unity is now free for all indie devs. Additionally the game engine is being ported to work on Windows Phone and
Sonic the Hedgehog has raced onto the Android platform for the first time, thanks to the efforts of developer and publisher SEGA.
Developer and publisher of uber popular franchise Angry Birds opens a new game division dubbed Rovio Stars to publish third party titles.
Electronic Arts (EA) has axed a number of jobs at its EA Mobile Montreal and EA Mobile Brazil offices, suggesting diminishing confidence in the mobile gaming market.
Rumor has it Apple is planning to make a controller for use on iOS device and will be revealing said controller next month at a press event.
Square Enix finally releases Final Fantasy V for the iOS. Players may now relive the adventures of Bartz, and the other present time "Warriors of Dawn" on their iPhones and iPads.
Cats are not just for Christmas or YouTube videos—they can make good gaming partners too. Providing you have a tablet computer for them to play on.
Rovio is launching an animated Angry Birds series this weekend, turning its popular apps into more than just a gaming franchise.
From its release back in 2009, Rovio's Angry Birds has been a force of nature in the casual gaming marketplace, being one of the all-time best sellers in just about every platform it was released for.
Apple has agreed to pay compensation to parents in the US over in-app purchases made by children without their permission.
Just a month after the massacre of 26 children and teachers at the Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut, the US National Rifle Association (NRA) has released a shooting game for mobile devices, which children can play.
Apple has recently made a rather large blunder – approving not one, but two apps that claim to be Halo 4. While they certainly look to be official ports of the official game, one is actually a racing game, while the other is a chess game.
Final Fantasy fans can rejoice – Square Enix has hinted that the game will be available on December 20th on the iOS. Just in time for Christmas!
Philips has teamed up with StarMaker to launch a wireless karaoke microphone and Bluetooth speaker that will work with the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.
In a confusing and astounding turn of events, Angry Bird's novelty soda is outselling both Coca-Cola and Pepsi in Finland. Excuse me, what?!
Peter Molyneux's newest game has just been released on the iOS App store. A giant cube is waiting to be chipped down to nothing, with a mysterious prize for the one to cut the final piece off.
2K Games and Gearbox Software have launched Borderlands Legends, a mobile gaming experience for iOS devices set in the same world as the console titles.
Electronic Arts has launched Criterion’s Need For Speed Most Wanted in stores and as a digital download from Origin.com, paving the way for a racing experience that puts social competition at the heart of things.
Rovio, the creator of the popular Angry Birds series, will release its latest game, Bad Biggies, later this month, focusing on the nemeses of its bird-flinging titles.