Enlarge / Apple’s App Store. reader comments 62 with 45 posters participating Share this story Throughout the short history of smartphone apps, games have consistently driven more revenue than non-gaming app categories. But that has finally changed in the United States, according to new data from app intelligence firm Sensor Tower. The shift began in ..
reader comments 56 with 39 posters participating Share this story A screenshot from Mage Gauntlet, one of the games on GameClub. There are individual game pages in GameClub with screenshots, trailers, and other info—they look similar to Apple’s App Store pages. Samuel Axon Tapping that “Play” button takes you to the app’s page in the ..
reader comments 16 with 14 posters participating Share this story Sky has a beautiful, dreamy, and minimalist art style. Samuel Axon Unsurprisingly, members of Sky‘s dev team worked on the gorgeous 2009 game Flower. They sure do look similar. Sam Machkovech Flying feels great, and it’s one of the core mechanics of the game. You ..
reader comments 95 with 60 posters participating Share this story CUPERTINO, Calif.—Apple today announced a new subscription service called Apple Arcade for games on its platforms, including iPad, iPhone, Mac, and Apple TV. The service will debut “this fall.” Its exact price has not yet been confirmed. The paid-subscription service will include games “unavailable on ..
reader comments 161 Share this story Mobile games represent over half of this graph for the first time in 2018. Mobile spending is over-represented in Asian countries like China and Japan, helping drive the global boom. Mobile gaming’s global dominance is only set to increase in coming years, according to Newzoo. Just over two years ..