Mobile Games News Page 2
EA Mobile's Spy Mouse is a Top Paid App on iTunes (September 22, 2011): EA Mobile's recently launched Spy Mouse game has become one of the bestselling paid apps on iTunes.
EA Mobile Launches Free Tetris Game for Android (September 4, 2011): EA Mobile and Blue Planet Software, the company that manages the licensing rights to Tetris, announced the publication of a free version of the Tetris game for Android smartphones.
Glu Mobile Launches Star Blitz for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch (May 27, 2011): Glu Mobile Inc.
Rovio Building Angry Birds Into an Empire (April 5, 2011): Rovio's Angry Birds is a huge hit with over 100 million downloads.
Glu Mobile Launches Alley Gator for iPhone (February 18, 2010): Glu Mobile has launched Alley Gator at the App Store.
Namco Brings Wolfman to Mobile Games (January 23, 2010): Namco Networks obtained a license from Universal to create The Wolfman Mobile Game.
EA Has NFL Rivals in Mobile Gaming World (August 17, 2009): CNET has a review here of a new football game for the iPhone from Gameloft called NFL 2010.
Apple Pulled Tris and Murderdrome iPhone Apps (September 6, 2008): Macnn recently reported that a iPhone Tetris clone called Tris was pulled from the iTunes App store.
Habbo Hotel to Offer Mobile Version (August 14, 2006): Habbo Hotel is a persistent online hotel world that lets people create a room in the hotel, decorate the room with Habbo furniture, adopt pets and hang out with other Habbos.
Gamers Hope For Xbox Portables (August 9, 2006): Will Microsoft ever bite the bullet and develop and release an Xbox Portable device? Team Xbox has created a mock-up for an Xbox Portable.
Paris Hilton's Name Quest (May 16, 2006): Early reports indicated that Paris Hilton announced her new game at the E3 Expo by the wrong name.
Mario and Ronald McDonald Kick Off Nintendo Wi-Fi Service (November 14, 2005): Mario and Ronald McDonald in a McDonald's restaurant in Chicago kicked off the debut of the Nintendo Wi-Fi service that will be available in McDonald's restaurants.
The Da Vinci Code: The Mobile Game (October 18, 2005): Joystiq points us to a press release about a deal between Sony Pictures Digital and Kayak Interactive to create a two mobile games based on the upcoming The Da Vinci Code film starring Tom Hanks, which is based on the novel by Dan Brown.
Even Skipping Rocks is a Video Game (April 5, 2005): These days nearly every activity and every sport you can think of is been made into a video games -- even skipping rocks across a lake.
Topolon Wins Mobies Game of the Year (March 24, 2005): GameSpot recently announced the winners for The Second Annual Wireless Gaming Awards, also known as The Mobies, at the CTIA Wireless 2005 conference in New Orleans.