The next wave of mobile games that you'll be addicted to were revealed to GamePro this week.
From creation to release to product updates, American and Japanese companies have shown stark differences in iPhone game development methodology. GamePro's Dave Rudden outlines the differences between the two territories.
At the keynote speech at the annual celebration of all things id Software, company co-founder John Carmack revealed that id will be putting its upcoming shooter, Rage, on the iPhone.
Apple has created a section of its App Store to tout apps -- including games -- that have been optimized for iOS 4.
Square Enix has released its first two apps designed specifically for Apple's iPad. One is a photo gallery of Final Fantasy XIII images that can be viewed in 3D...
With multiple versions of Pac-Man already available on the iPhone and iPad, Namco Networks will roll out another release featuring the iconic arcade game figure -- this time in the puzzle genre.
Sonic 4 may be delayed until late 2010, but the game will be available for the iPhone and iPod touch when it arrives.
OpenFeint will provide worldwide leaderboards and achievements for Capcom's two most recent releases: Dark Void Zero and Hatchlings.
A quick look at the prices for iPad games suggests they're going to cost more than their iPhone counterparts.
CD Projeckt and one2tribe are creating a Witcher experience fit for the iPhone with The Witcher: Versus.
While select PC gamers have been able to enjoy the StarCraft II beta for a few weeks now, Blizzard will soon be letting Mac owners in on the fun.
During Disney's conference call with investors this week, CEO Bob Iger said Apple's newly unveiled iPad could be "a game-changer in terms of enabling us to create new forms of content."