Don't-Miss Game Stories
Electronic Arts on Wednesday announced that June 11, 2013, is the official release date for the latest version of SimCity.
Google and Microsoft both return to iOS with upgraded apps designed to help you get your work done and save your most important files to the cloud. Plus, games, poems, and skeletons in this week's roundup.
Despite the patch for the latest Apple security hole, concerns remain about the company's track record in that arena. But, hey, can you really blame Apple, when it may be busy building a game controller and a streaming music service?
Apple's still tops in smartphone smiles, Google's chairman lodges a foot in his mouth yet again, and a satirical game gets the boot from the App Store.
Available for iOS devices, Match-Up from Big Fish Games promises the first real-time, multiplayer tournament offering for mobile casual games.
The recent launch of Real Racing 3 has spawned a discussion on the use of micropayments in games. Is it a fad or the future we're destined for?
Apple has reached a settlement in a class-action lawsuit that claimed that its app purchase policy did not prevent minor children from running huge expenses for in-app purchases.
The BowBlade active gaming device lets you play many shooting and target games, but gives you an upper-body workout in the process.
Video Charades is not going to wow you with its cleverness. It's just a simple, pleasantly diverting app.
Amazon eschews Android exclusivity to offer its in-app purchase API for use in traditional computer games. One-click broadsword orders, here we come.
Lucky enough to get an iPhone 5, iPad mini, or fourth-generation iPad this holiday season? Your new device may feel a little empty now, but we've got some games that will get things hopping in no time.
Chances are, your favorite iOS game is sporting a new look for the holidays. Here are five that caught our eye.
The holidays are once again in full swing, and what's more festive than loading up the Mac with some fun games? No problem! There is a veritable avalanche of games to choose from, ranging from kid's fare to casual games to challenging action titles.
The popular mobile children's game Mobbles collects personal information from children without providing notice to parents or attempting to get parental consent, in violation of U.S. law, a privacy group said in a complaint to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission.