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The latest addition takes a tip from mobile games.
“Free” mobile games prey on kids and adults alike.
Google has updated its gaming options to offer multiplayer support between Android and iOS.
Now under new management, Zynga snags some serious gaming technology in hopes of producing something truly new.
Candy Crush Saga, to its parent company, is a vulnerable property worth protecting.
Nintendo should do something meaningful with its vast library of dust-collecting games.
Turning real-world driving into a game without distracting folks behind the wheel is tougher than it sounds.
Remarkable for being unremarkable, this puzzle game has been crushing it on smartphones all year.
OUYA finally has a firm shipping date. With $15 million in new funding, we can be sure that the gaming console will actually make it to consumers this time.
Popular game-slash-mobile experiment Curiosity: What’s Inside The Cube has been acclerated to its last 50 layers, setting off a race to the finish to see what’s hidden within.
It is a really, really good time to be developing games for mobile devices.
Apple’s nannies have struck again by yanking the controversial iOS game Sweatshop from its App Store — a telling move for a company that has done so little to address the problems facing its overseas manufacturers.
The long Sony-Nintendo-Xbox war is over. The winner? That phone or tablet in your hand.
GPU maker Nvidia and gaming developer Valve have begun outlining their vision for the future at this week’s Consumer Electronics Show, unveiling devices they hope will become entertainment mainstays.
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PAR Works’ technology bases tagging on 3D modeling and visual cues to provide Augmented Reality not tied to GPS.
But still no clues as to the purported life-changing secrets hidden in the center of the cube.
When I first opened Dental Surgery — which I discovered only thanks to its high rank in the App Store — I thought, okay, clearly Gawker or some tech blog wrote about how this app is incredibly, comically weird. That wasn’t the case.
Ingress, the new Android location-based augmented reality game from Google’s Niantic Labs, offers an exciting new angle on the concept of mobile gaming.