- News tagged "games"
Wednesday, 18 Mar 2015
For years, there have been rumors that Nintendo might be making games for mobiles. For years, they've gone on the record to deny that. Until today.
Thursday, 20 Mar 2014
The creator of Flappy Bird has said that he plans to put the app back on app stores in the future, but "not so soon".
Sunday, 9 Feb 2014
If you haven't downloaded Flappy Bird, you may want to do so by the end of today as Vietnamese developer Dong Nguyen has decided to take down the app. Read on to find out why.
Thursday, 6 Feb 2014
Indie smash hit game "Flappy Bird" racks up roughly US$50,000 a day on average from in-game ads, while its developer ponders on a possible sequel.
Friday, 30 Aug 2013
Lightning never strikes the same spot twice? EA is once again facing issues with SimCity. Apparently, the launch of the eagerly anticipated game did not go down well on the Mac platform.
Wednesday, 31 Jul 2013
Facebook has just announced Facebook Mobile Publishing, a pilot program aimed at helping small to medium game developers take their products global. Facebook will responsible for utilizing its sizable reach and resources to help promote and market these games, in exchange for a cut of the profits.
Friday, 12 Apr 2013
Namco Bandai, the studio behind games like Naruto Shippuden, Soulcalibur and Tekken, has announced that it will open a branch in Singapore in June this year.
Tuesday, 29 Jan 2013
China might be lifting its ban on gaming consoles, which started in 2000. This could be good news for gaming console vendors who are having difficulty getting into China's vast market officially.
Wednesday, 26 Dec 2012
There are several solid games on Google Play Store that have their prices slashed, such as The Dark Knight Rises and The Amazing Spider-Man. Read on to find out what are the other games you can download at discounted prices.
Monday, 16 Jul 2012
Being funded on the crowd sourced platform Kickstarter, the iOS GameDock looks to improve the gaming experience offered by your Apple device. It allows you to play iOS games in the traditional way, on your TV with an actual controller to boot.