Don't-Miss Game Stories
Open-world seafaring adventure Pirates from legendary game designer Sid Meier is set to hit the App Store this week.
Canadian players have been able to play Richard Garfield and Hothead Games' Magic-inspired virtual card game for some time, but now it's launched to the world.
Electronic Arts on Tuesday said it has agreed to acquire casual gaming company PopCap Games to expand its portfolio of games for websites and mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets.
Research for IndustryGamers reveals that tablet devices such as the iPad are whetting the public's appetite for gaming and encouraging more to play.
The venerable 1994 first-person shooter brings portable alien blasting to the iPad.
Walter Isaacson and Simon & Schuster take Strunk & White's classic maxim to heart with a new title for Steve Jobs's biography, an inside trader tells all...to the court, and a popular iOS game crashes into schools.
Research from Nielsen finds that mobile games are growing more popular and more addictive for smartphone users, especially iPhone users who play games twice as many hours as the average user.
Worldwide spending on electronic gaming products will total $74 billion this year, and be driven in the coming years by fast growth in mobile and online games, according to market-research firm Gartner.
Spilt Milk Studios inadvertently introduced a "horrendous crash bug" into iOS snake game Hard Lines, and wants to make it up to the community.
According to Square Enix's Facebook page, the iPhone port of the PSP version of the strategy role playing game Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions has been delayed.
It's been on the cards for a while now, but social game giant Zynga has finally made its initial public offering to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Following the freemium lead of many game makers, Caspian software is making its game development software free. The software previously cost $5000
Elite Systems is making the iPhone version of its collection of Spectrum games free for one week, starting Thursday.
Previously available only in Japanese arcades and as an increasingly difficult to find Xbox 360 version, the gothic horror shooter game from Cave arrives in the App Store next week.
Apple may be paying back folks for Final Cut Pro X, Sprint is willing to go to any lengths to stop a devastating merger, and, most importantly, the Angry Robots movie continues to gain steam.