Categories
Applications

Apps to Watch: Lifeline and Alien Invasion on Apple Watch

There are now thousands of apps available for Apple Watch, but there are also a surprising number of games available for the wearable. Despite the obvious limitations of a tiny screen and the challenges associated with playing games on such a small device, there are a couple of games which really excel on the format and […]

Categories
Applications Opinion

Apps that changed the world: Candy Crush Saga

As part of our apps that changed the world series, today we’ll briefly highlight one of the most perennially popular apps that has taken the world by storm – Candy Crush. It’s not often that we focus on video games here on Mobile Industry Review, but it’s pretty hard to argue against the fact that Candy Crush has […]

Categories
Applications

Tamoggemon release first Qt-based Symbian game, JezzBall

I had a note in from Tam Hanna of mobile developers, Tamoggemon, to tell me they’ve launched their first ever Qt-based Symbian game. This is one to remember — the first ever Qt-based game release that I’ve been sent. I hope it’ll be one of many. The game is called BallZ and its a port […]

Categories
News

SPB Software brings Online Games to WinMo Platform

SPB Software, one of the leading development houses for Windows Mobile applications and games have just recently announced a suite of online games and are calling them ‘Sp Online Games’. Currently, the house is offering four instant online games along with a chat service. Using this service, one can play the games in realtime with […]

Categories
News

Zed announces acquisition of Mobitween

We’ve just been notified that MobiTween, the leading developer and publisher of flash based games have been acquired by Zed, the leading mobile content firm globally, w.r.t revenue and geographical presence. MobiTween has been working with the world’s leading mobile operators, handset manufacturers, media companies and third party developers – developing and publishing mobile games […]

Categories
Operators

Mobile content finally slips from operators’ grasp

It looks like carriers have finally lost the battle to keep control of consumers mobile content – according to ABI Research the average consumer gets their content from a mix of places, including the web, their mobile operator and from their own collections. Of mobile users who watched video on their mobile, the split was […]