Drops made a game out of learning a language, and it’s paying off. The company said it has hit 25 million users.
Germany’s InnoGames is launching a partnership with MAC Cosmetics to embed its makeup art in the online fantasy city-building game Elvenar.
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Tell Me Why is a narrative adventure from Life Is Strange 2 developer Dontnod Entertainment, and it tells the story of two twins, one who is transgender.
During its Ubisoft Forward event today, the publisher announced that Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game will become available again this holiday..
Playtika has expanded beyond social casino games through acquisitions and it is rebranding around the phrase “infinite ways to play.”
Iron Galaxy, maker of games like Divekick and Killer Instinct, uses everything from automated mood trackers to happy hours to keep employees feeling good.
March Capital has launched its March Gaming Fund with $60 million to invest in game startups. The fund is headed by Gregory Milken.
In a preprint paper, Facebook researchers propose a gamified approach to collecting data to train conversational AI models.