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Nov 20, 2017
Nintendo's 'Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp' will arrive on mobile devices on 22 NovemberAnimal Crossing follows in the wake of Super Mario Run and Fire Emblem Heroes as Nintendo looks to strengthen its mobile game (pun intended).
Nov 12, 2017
App Weekly: Here are the coolest Android apps of the weekHere are the most enjoyable Android games on the Google Play Store this week. Explore this list to fight enemies with your words, create your empire.
Nov 10, 2017
India stands at no.3 in global gaming installs, taking over Brazil and Russia: Unity TechnologiesUnity Technologies, creator of a popular creation engine that reaches nearly three billion devices worldwide, on Thursday said India is now ranked third in global gaming installs, surpassing Brazil and Russia.
Sep 15, 2017
Rovio Entertainment sets price range for its planned listing that could value the company at up to $1.1 billionInitial media reports had said the company could be valued at up to $2 billion in the flotation.
Sep 07, 2017
Smartphone users in India spend four hours per day on apps; rank fourth in total time spent on appsIndia is among the top ten countries in terms of the total hours spent in apps on Android phone.
Jul 14, 2017
Revenue generated by mobile gaming industry crosses console and PC gaming industryThe report points out that the mobile gaming market increased by 32 percent to reach about $38 billion in terms of revenue in 2016.
Jul 10, 2017
Pokémon Go offers a rare incarnation of Pikachu and discounts to users on its first anniversaryWearing its trainer's red and white hat from the 'Pokemon' animated series, a special rare Pikachu is available to find and catch within augmented reality mobile game 'Pokemon Go.'
May 05, 2017
Rovio's Battle Bay First impressions: An addictive MOBA in your pocket!Rovio today launched its brand new IP called Battle Bay which is a real-time multiplayer battle arena (MOBA).
Apr 29, 2017
Finding Home is a game that compells you to experience the life of a refugee through your smartphoneFinding Home is not the first smartphone game in the now popular ‘lost phone’ genre, but it takes the formula and transforms it into something more: A message.
Apr 05, 2017
Japanese e-commerce company Rakuten is banking on HTML5 and app less future of mobilesAccording to the strategy that the company has envisioned, it is trying hard to move to HTML5 platform instead of the app-centric platform where you need to develop and maintain apps for multiple platforms at the same time.