How Werner Herzog Inspired 'Temple Run'
Ten years after hitting the App Store, 'Temple Run' has been downloaded 2 billion times. We spoke to the creators about the making of the game.
In Indonesia, Dozens of Children and Teens Are Hospitalised Every Month for Gaming Addiction
Hundreds of people have been examined in one hospital for gaming addiction since 2016.
This 70-Year-Old Is Part Man, Part 'Pokémon Go' Playing Machine
Chen San-yuan is a grandfather who straps nearly a dozen phones to his bike (and his waist) to play the popular mobile game.
The iPhone Changed Video Gaming Forever
As Apple’s runaway success of a mobile phone (and more) marks its 10th anniversary, let’s talk about its impact on how and what we play.
Sega Forever’s Shoddy Ports Leave Sega on the Defensive About Emulation
Sega claimed they had no choice to use Unity, but there's controversy around that position.
After 3.33 Years, Someone Finally Beat 'Threes'
Beating 'Threes' turns out to be a thing you can do.
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Why Mobile Game Ads Look Nothing Like the Game
Mobile Strike TV ads make it look like the next 'Call of Duty'. It's nothing like that. Why is that allowed?
Success and Server Distress: Discussing ‘Pokémon Go’ with Niantic’s John Hanke
The hit app of 2016 is far from finished, with new features in the pipeline. But its maker's CEO is all about going live.
Dots Games Updated to Encourage ACLU Donations in Wake of Trump's Immigration Ban
Developer Playdots, Inc. hopes this initiative will encourage other companies with similarly large audiences to use their platforms for civil rights awareness.
'Hidden my game by mom! 2' is a Real Game You Should Play ASAP
It might look like something pulled from the dregs of the mobile world, but it's funny, smart, and well worth your time.
Touch Esports Bring Competitive Gaming To Mobile Phones
The future of esports may be in your hand instead of behind a PC