The social game developer's first title for iOS -- Backyard Monsters: Unleashed -- comes at a time when its browser and mobile-based games are becoming too big, and too good, to ignore.
The browser, and now mobile-based, game developer is a fast-growing force in the industry, infusing a traditionally low-brow model with the passion and craft of serious gamers.
The niche game maker promises to fight to its "last breath" in a new lawsuit it's bringing against the social-gaming giant regarding accusations of trade secret theft.
Zynga's social-game competitor says its better-known rival is relying on its legal department to stay afloat.
Game maker had accused a former executive of taking confidential game designs to a rival last year.
The world's largest social network is offering developers a way to sell virtual items to its users.
Right Pedal Studios is a Brisbane-based games accelerator looking to fund and mentor up-and-coming mobile-gaming developers.
Zynga has filed a lawsuit against former employee Alan Patmore, claiming the general manager for CityVille has stolen trade secrets.
Pretty Simple's Criminal Case is the Cinderella gaming story of the year, according to the social network.
The App Center will appear as a bookmark on user home pages and mobile apps in countries such as India, South Africa, and the U.K.