Casual Game News

Ludia launches end of summer iPhone sale

Aug 26, 2010

The end of summer iPhone savings bonanza continues! Ludia, the gamemakers behind a number of popular game show adaptations and the recent digital versions of Where’s Waldo? have slashed the prices on almost all of their App Store offerings.

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Namco sale offers iPhone savings of up to 80%

Aug 26, 2010

Not to be outdone by SEGA’s fantastic sale, Namco looks to be slashing prices on a number of their iPhone and iPad games today as well. And while you might not be able to score any deals on arcade classics like Ms. Pac-Man or Dig Dug, you can look forward to savings of up to 80% on a variety of modern releases from the Namco library.

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SEGA iPhone sale slashes prices on Sonic and more!

Aug 26, 2010

If you’re a fan of what the house of Sonic has to offer on the iPhone, you’ll no doubt want to swoop in and check out their latest sale on the App Store. With the exception of their latest release Phantasy Star II, almost the entire SEGA catalogue of iPhone games is on sale.

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Bumble Tales, Burple Fish and more! Free iPhone Games for August 26, 2010

Aug 26, 2010

Free games are all around us, but they may not be as easy to find as you’d think. We help you sort through the App Store to find the latest price drops and limited time offers so that you won’t have to spend a penny. Today’s free games include a community building match-3 experience, some gassy fish, broken robots and more!

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Big Fish Games changes its prices: Our Interview with Paul Thelen

Aug 26, 2010

It’s a big day when Big Fish Games, a leading distributor of download games, announces changes to their pricing. In a nutshell, the price for Collector’s Editions is going down for Club Members and the price of Standard Games is going up for Non-Club Members (the details as reported in our news article from last night).

We had the opportunity to interview Paul Thelen, Founder, Chairman, and Chief Strategy Officer of Big Fish Games to get the full scoop on the changes in pricing, to discuss the logic behind such changes, and to even get a bit philosophical about game pricing.

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Big Fish Games announces new pricing structure

Aug 25, 2010

Big Fish Games today announced a new pricing structure for its downloadable games that gives Game Club members a discount on Collector's Edition games while raising the price of standard edition games for non-members.

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Ninjump surpasses 2m downloads in only 7 days

Aug 25, 2010

Backflip Studios may have a stellar reputation for developing enjoyable free games, but even they have to be taken aback by the numbers their latest title has produced. In an article compiled by Mobile Entertainment, the studio has confirmed that Ninjump surpassed the 2 million download mark in its first week on the App Store.

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Loving mom creates home version of Angry Birds

Aug 25, 2010

A reader of USA Today’s Pop Candy blog has just shared a lovely story about her sons’ love of Angry Birds, and how that turned into a homemade real world bird-flinging experience for her children to play with.

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Google’s gaming advocate leaves a week after announcing 5% cut for Chrome Web Store sales. Coincidence? Not!

Aug 25, 2010

Google’s “game developer advocate” Mark Deloura has announced on his web blog that he has officially left Google this past Monday, August 23.

He announces this less than a week after he announced the details surrounding Google Web Chrome Store, just a week before at GDC-Europe.

Coincidence? I think not.

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The Price is Right and MTV's I WOO YOU released on Facebook in big day for TV inspired social game shows

Aug 25, 2010

Big day for TV game shows on Facebook. Ludia has officially released the beta version of The Price is Right and they are advertising it online as we speak. MTV and Stone Creek Entertainment releases I WOO YOU, a new game on Facebook in promotion MTV’s “The Real World.”

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