Put your face in the game with MyGame.com, a new casual gaming site.
In the wake of its No. 1 game's popularity, King.com revamps its brand and launches two more games and continues to fill the pipeline.
The popular sweets-themed candy game hits the Amazon store in select countries Tuesday and worldwide on October 17.
King makes 180 game titles but only one that really matters. The soon-to-be public company will need its big hit to avoid the rise-and-fall fate of social games.
King, developer of the popular puzzle game, is in talks with several banks about going public, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Shortly after loosening its ties to Zynga, the social network puts a spotlight on Playdom and lets the game developer talk about how easy it was to develop on Facebook.
King.com, an up-and-coming game developer, says the key to success in mobile gaming is "synchronization" that allows users to switch between Web and mobile in mid-play. Facebook agrees.
A Burger King employee thinks it's funny to stand in two containers of the company's lettuce and then post the picture online. He or she hadn't counted on 4Chan's ingenuity.
The ninth annual International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGA) took place tonight in San Francisco. We were on hand to see several developers receive awards in a number of different categories.
Competing for market share with rival Zong and a few others, the start-up says new partnerships give it access to 200 million new user accounts. (But do they all pay?)