“Kim Kardashian: Hollywood” users say they've spent thousands of hours – and dollars – on the soon-to-be-closed game.
Hundreds of people have been examined in one hospital for gaming addiction since 2016.
Chen San-yuan is a grandfather who straps nearly a dozen phones to his bike (and his waist) to play the popular mobile game.
Sega claimed they had no choice to use Unity, but there's controversy around that position.
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.
Developer Playdots, Inc. hopes this initiative will encourage other companies with similarly large audiences to use their platforms for civil rights awareness.
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