Tilting Point president Samir Agili talks to GameDaily about the appeal of TerraGenesis, and how it fits into Tilting Point's overall publishing strategy.
Analyst Craig Chapple talks to GameDaily about the quarter's biggest mobile trends, including India's game bans and the surprise rise of Among Us.
The move is part of a larger conflict between the two nations.
The company is staking its claim on the ability to discern the major trends in the mobile market. CEO Mika Tammenkoski breaks down the approach for GameDaily.
Sensor Tower's Randy Nelson talks to GameDaily about the strong debut of the game, and the allure of the "squad RPG" subgenre.
The Chinese mobile market is the most lucrative in the world, and Kwalee is looking to get a hand on the ball. COO Jason Falcus talks to GameDaily about the publisher's recent business moves.
The Unity Distribution Portal will automatically publish your mobile game on several Android-based stores all at once.
Loeb's impressive resume, and his insistence that the business side of development can be creative, makes him a good fit for the growing mobile studio.
Developments abound in the ongoing case of Epic versus Apple. Attorney Richard Hoeg weighs in.
Made up of former Riot Games and Netflix devs, Odyssey is looking to bring "games that you live" to the mobile space. Co-founder Richard Henkel talks to GameDaily about the studio's philosophy.