Hardcore gamers might insist that nothing beats the experience of playing on a console or PC, but it seems that mobile gaming is here to stay. More people purchase gaming apps than any other and 64 percent of gamers use their favorites daily. But any growing industry can’t remain stagnant. Read on to discover the… Continue reading Mobile gaming development trends in 2013
Some are already chiseling RIP on a tombstone for consoles, but in reality mobile devices aren’t yet ready to seriously compete with consoles. Here’s why. There’s no physical controller for mobile games Sure, touchscreens are fine for catapulting mad birds into incredibly mean pigs, but when you try a first person shooter game on… Continue reading Game consoles vs. mobile devices: Is console gaming on life support?
The world of apps and Smartphone’s primarily started off with Apple’s iPhone in June 2007, with Google soon following up with the Android OS. At that time, the South Asian market was full of old school mobile phones, and the co-called Symbian Smartphone’s. For the common user, colored screens and polyphonic ringtones were the best… Continue reading 3 additive mobile games developed to test your I.Q.
In the tech world, companies are often encouraged to go public for many reasons, not the least of which being the infusion of cash that helps for expansion, improved conditions, and innovations. In most cases, growing companies like Rovio should consider an IPO to build upon the momentum they have. When you’re hot, you’re hot,… Continue reading The exception: Why Rovio should not go public