Could we be heading into an era full of swords and spells with the next Angry Birds title? Maybe this new teaser trailer will provide answers.
Those looking for a title to fill up the absence left by Flappy Bird's removal from the App Store should know that there are 100s of similar titles being developed that are trying to ride the original's coattail to success.
One of the greatest comic book stories ever told, and the basis for the upcoming X-Men film, is going to be a playable game for iOS and Android devices.
The Birdman himself has revealed that the next Tony Hawk game will appear on mobile devices.
The stores for both Google and Apple apps are swinging pipes at the recent abundance of clones to hit the market after Flappy Bird was pulled.
CandySwipe's creator, Albert Random, created CandySwipe in 2010 and dedicated it to his deceased mother, but King, the developers of the similar Candy Crush Saga, have fought to get CandySwipe off the map.
Square Enix Montreal has unveiled some details about their upcoming stealth/strategy game, Hitman GO. And yes, we mean that Hitman.
Rovio Entertainment has finally let the world in on their newest title, Angry Birds Stella. These birds look quite different than the roster of birds we have come to know and love.
A cryptic message and silhouetted photo from Rovio has left us pondering about the next incarnation of Angry Birds.
The sole, Vietnam-based creator of Flappy Bird has chimed in to let the masses know why his game was pulled from the smartphone market.