News and Articles About Games
It's called Swing Copters, and it looks just as frustratingly difficult to play as Flappy Bird.
In China's mobile market -- the largest on earth -- there's a brand new leader in town.
The game, in which players climb the Los Angeles social ladder, is on track to earn $200 million dollars annually, according to analysts.
The game we all grew up playing actually provides great advice for entrepreneurs trying to figure out the startup world.
King Digital Entertainment, the maker of hit games to play on your smartphone, filed documents with the SEC today outlining the terms of its upcoming IPO.
Creator Ken Levine's decision to cut the studio down to a 'smaller, more entrepreneurial endeavor' comes as something of a shock.
Dublin-based King Media Entertainment filed for an initial public offering early this morning, as investors questioned the company's long-term prospects.
The term may get a bad rap, but stoking employees' competitive fire helped this company dramatically increase its sales.
After Flappy Bird was inexplicably removed from app stores by its developer over the weekend, the free game has now resurfaced on eBay to the tune of $99,900.
In an unexpected turn, the creator of Flappy Bird tweeted this afternoon that he would be erasing the chart-topping game from app stores in a mere 22 hours.
The Seattle-based tech giant has scooped up Irvine, Calif.-based Double Helix Games.
Believe it or not, principles from gaming and the video game industry can be applied to a variety of small businesses.
Lessons for your startup from everyone's favorite crossword game.
Developed by a one-man studio in Vietnam, a mobile game called Flappy Bird is soaring to the top of the app charts.
With throwback know-how as well as some of the newest technologies, these gadgets have something for everyone, from tinkerers to tipplers.
PowerUp 3.0 attaches to your standard paper airplane, turning it into a high-tech remote-controlled airliner.
How to turn your app into the next digital money printer.
A new report shows more young children are using devices such as iPhones, tablets and Kindles.
Dream Arcades is the largest manufacturer of non-coin-operated arcade machines in the world. Last year the company broke $1 million in sales."Nostalgia sells," says co-founder Michael Ware.
Our ethics expert answers questions about online games, employee pay and more.
Entrepreneur wanted in on the multibillion-dollar mobile gaming business. So we decided to build our own iPhone game and share everything we learned with readers. Here's the painfully true story of Bosshole.
Zynga announces its $200 million acquisition OMGPOP will be shutting down end of September.
Put down your iPad. Itâs the ping pong paddle you'll need at boutique hotels targeting a new type of business traveler.
In this episode of Meet the Mentors, Adam Toren chats with Team Colorblind co-founder Ben Ruiz, who opens up about what helped him launch and advice hed like to share with fellow entrepreneurs.