TGIF. It's been an interesting week: The Hunger Games Adventures missed it's initial release date, Martha Stewart is taking a digital vacation in Castleville, and the sales numbers for Angry Birds Space took off like a rocket taped to the underbelly of a bat out of hell. Surprised? Didn't think so.
Over the weekend, the former CEO of 6waves LOLapps bowed out following 6waves' development staff purge.
Taking a break from zombies, GREE brings Alien Family to the App Store.
The Hunger Games hit theatres over the weekend--but where was The Hunger Game Adventures for Facebook?
The App Store has begun rejecting games and apps that access UDIDs.
Angry Birds Space sees ten million downloads in three days. Will there never be peace between fowl and swine?
Temple Run comes to Android. Olmec is pleased.
Rovio acquires Futuremark Games, another Finnish studio.
Mob Science raises $1 million in seed funding following their announcement as a Zynga Platform partner.
Martha Stewart will be a special guest in Castleville for a limited time. Learn how wildflower bouquets can really bring cheer to a torture chamber.
Kabam acquires Gravity Bear, including the latter's Battle Punks social game series.
6waves officially drops "LOLapps" from its name and signs on a whole bunch of devs who are interested in having their games published by the veteran studio.
Disney forms an alliance with DeNA, Japan's mobile games giant. It's a partnership that's big enough to make Monstro the Whale look like a lake trout.