Normally $19.95, this incredibly fun and addictive game is free for a limited time.
John Riccitiello, who helmed publisher and game maker EA, now leads the fast-growing company behind multi-platform gaming software.
EA says the newest crop of smartphones from Apple allow its teams to create console-quality games. Plus, it's looking into making games for wearables.
The gaming company's new subscription service exits beta and rolls out to all eligible gamers with titles including FIFA 14, Madden NFL 25, Battlefield 4, and Peggle 2.
Electronic Arts' all-you-can-play service for select video games won't yank titles off the table, says executive Peter Moore.
Turns out storing your data overseas may not be such a good idea. Also, Samsung teases some "very innovative" products. Those stories and more in this week's rundown of all the tech news.
Electronic Arts, the game publisher behind Madden and FIFA, introduces EA Access, a $4.99-per-month gaming subscription service exclusively for Microsoft's Xbox One console.
Normally $39.95, this migration tool is free for Cheapskate readers. But only if you grab it today.
For six bucks or less, you can score some of the all-time great casual games (Bejeweled, Peggle, etc.), with 100 percent of your purchase going straight to charity.
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.