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Nov 18, 2016
Sony expected to showcase smartphone games on 7 DecemberSony will probably follow Nintendo’s path and will officially announce its own range of smartphone games in December.
Oct 17, 2016
The top AAA game franchises that found success on mobileWhile most big game publishers released obligatory games for the mobile, others worked hard to bring masterpieces we will never forget.
Oct 15, 2013
Update to Unity engine brings support for joysticks on iOSOne of the newest features in the recently-released iOS 7 that game developers haven’t been taking advantage of so far is support for joysticks. It might
Oct 14, 2013
Batman: Arkham Origins coming to mobile as free-to-play brawlerPublisher Warner Bros has announced that Batman: Arkham Origins will be getting a companion game released simultaneously on the game’s launch day. The
Sep 11, 2013
What the iPhone 5S means for mobile gamingIt’s that time of the year again. A new iPhone has been shown off, and we all know what that means for games: better graphics. How much better, exactly?
Aug 02, 2013
BlackBerry encourages game development on BB10BlackBerry seems to want to bring a bigger focus on games in the BlackBerry 10 OS. In an interview with Polygon, team leader of BlackBerry's games
Jul 22, 2013
3 Must-have action games for your quad-core AndroidPushing quad-core devices to their limits... one pixel at a time...
Jul 04, 2013
QWOP makes its way to Android devicesClassic flash-based athletics game QWOP has finally made its way to Android devices. The game is now available on Google Play for Rs 56. The game is making its
Jul 02, 2013
Xbox One may eventually get support for Windows 8 appsMicrosoft seems to have big plans for the Xbox One. According to The Verge, at the Build conference, Microsoft's Developer and Platform Evangelism
Jun 28, 2013
Unity Engine to support Xbox 360, Xbox One, Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8Microsoft and Unity have announced that the versatile Unity 3D game engine will be supported on the Xbox One, the Xbox 360, Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8. The