mobile games

'BTS World' mobile game is basically BTS fanfiction

'BTS World' mobile game is basically BTS fanfiction

"The crowd breaks up as the raindrops start to fall faster. The rain doesn't faze Hoseok, however. He just keeps dancing." No, this is not a piece of erotic BTS fanfiction, these are actual lines of
Synative lets game developers build playable Google Play demos

Synative lets game developers build playable Google Play demos

Synative has announced that developers can use its Synative Playable Studio to create playable game demos -- a relatively new form of advertising.

Facebook game developers get more options for monetization

Facebook game players will soon encounter more advertising tied to in-game rewards. The social media platform will be giving publishers more options to monetize their mobile games. Developers can now
Pokémon's new game lets you catch 'em all while you sleep

Pokémon's new game lets you catch 'em all while you sleep

As if you didn't cram enough game time into your waking hours, Pokémon is launching a new way to catch 'em all... while you sleep. The Pokémon Company announced the perplexing new app, Pokémon Sleep,
Stop Playing Candy Crush and Start Playing Better Games

Stop Playing Candy Crush and Start Playing Better Games

Thanks to smartphones and tablets, we’re all gamers now. I’m a gamer, you’re a gamer, our moms are gamers, and their moms are also probably gamers. So it’s about time we start putting all that gaming
Stop Playing Candy Crush and Start Playing Better Games

Stop Playing Candy Crush and Start Playing Better Games

Thanks to smartphones and tablets, we’re all gamers now. I’m a gamer, you’re a gamer, our moms are gamers, and their moms are also probably gamers. So it’s about time we start putting all that gaming
NBCUniversal’s Chris Heatherly — The future of interactive storytelling

NBCUniversal’s Chris Heatherly — The future of interactive storytelling

Chris Heatherly, Michael Fox, and Sean Krankel spoke about interactive story games at our GamesBeat Summit 2019 event in April.
Mobile gaming’s strength is its community

Mobile gaming’s strength is its community

Community is mobile gaming's strength, and here are three ways companies can refocus on it to ensure that all consumers are tapped into their mobile games.
These are the 20 best Android games you can play offline

These are the 20 best Android games you can play offline

Even in our increasingly connected world, you don't always have an internet connection on the go. To help you pass the time when you're disconnected, we compiled a list of the best Android games that
Nexon’s Godzilla Defense Force rampages onto iOS and Android

Nexon’s Godzilla Defense Force rampages onto iOS and Android

In advance of the film Godzilla: King of the Monsters, Nexon launches Godzilla Defense Force as a free-to-play mobile game on iOS and Android.

'League of Legends' might be coming to smartphones

League of Legends might eventually take up residence on fans' iOS and Android homescreens. Developer Riot is said to be working with parent company Tencent on a mobile version of the ultra-popular

'League of Legends' might be coming to smartphones

League of Legends might eventually take up residence on fans' iOS and Android homescreens. Developer Riot is said to be working with parent company Tencent on a mobile version of the ultra-popular
The best iOS games you can play offline on your iPhone and iPad

The best iOS games you can play offline on your iPhone and iPad

Even though we're always glued to our phones, we don't always have access to Wi-Fi or have steady service. Whether you're on a flight, riding the bus, or sitting in a waiting room, you can always play
First look at Pokémon's new mobile game, quietly released on Android

First look at Pokémon's new mobile game, quietly released on Android

Guess what? There's a new Pokémon mobile game out, and Australians are again the first to get their hands on it. Pokémon Rumble Rush (also known as Pokémon Scramble SP in Japan) quietly released on
New to Blockchain: Turning In-Game Virtual Goods into Assets

New to Blockchain: Turning In-Game Virtual Goods into Assets

Companies like Forte and Animoca want to use blockchain technology to allow players to trade skins and other in-app purchases.
Sensor Tower: Pokémon Go’s 2019 spending up 33% from first 4 months of 2018

Sensor Tower: Pokémon Go’s 2019 spending up 33% from first 4 months of 2018

Sensor Tower estimates Pokémon Go brought in $65 million worldwide in April, a 15 percent over what it made in April 2018, and $270 million for the year, up 33% from 2018.
South Korea is a mobile gaming haven — even for Western studios

South Korea is a mobile gaming haven — even for Western studios

South Korea is the fourth largest mobile game market, spending $5.6 billion on mobile titles in 2018. And South Korean gamers want more Western games.
Winning against bots: How gaming apps can fight back

Winning against bots: How gaming apps can fight back

While many apps’ aim is to stem monetary losses from bots, the damage they can have on a game’s reputation is far more damaging.

Will Google’s Stadia console kill mobile games?

With Google Stadia, console, PC, and mobile will keep coexisting, and that's the gaming-rich future developers everywhere should be willing to get behind
Apple Arcade reportedly supported by investments of more than $500 million

Apple Arcade reportedly supported by investments of more than $500 million

Apple Arcade will reportedly be supported by investments worth more than $500 million. Apple is also said to be offering incentives to developers if they decide to release their games as mobile