Although the Candy Crush developer cancelled its trademark application for the word "candy" in the US, creators in Europe may still come under fire.
The creator of Candy Crush Saga has filed a request for abandonment with the US Patent and Trademark Office over its attempt to trademark the word "candy".
The Candy Crush Saga developer has come under investigation for trademarking the words "Candy" and "Saga" and going after other games.
In response to Candy Crush Saga creator King.com trademarking the words "candy" and "saga", indie games website itch.io hosted a subversive game jam.
The creator of Candy Crush Saga has laid legal claim to the words 'candy' and 'saga' as pertains to gaming, and is going after other games.
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.
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.
Dropbox and Google Drive may get the ink, but in enterprise cloud storage, no one may be more important than Box.com. CNET sat down with CEO Aaron Levie to talk about the future of the business.
The popular sweets-themed candy game hits the Amazon store in select countries Tuesday and worldwide on October 17.
Mobile games do certain things very, very well, but there are a couple of trends that can ruin the experience.