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- Talk about an unfortunate pattern! It was just a few short days ago when we learned that CEO of the Electronic Arts-owned PopCap Games Dave Roberts would be stepping down from the company alongside chief game designer Jason Kapalka. Well now EA has confirmed to GamesIndustry International today that Chillingo founders Chris Byatte and Joe Wee have both left Chillingo, which was acquired by EA for a cool $20 million in 2010.In the years since its creation, the Chillingo name has risen to be one of the most prominent publishers of mobile games in the world. The company first helped mobile powerhouse games like Angry Birds and Cut the Rope get off the ground way back in the day, and they continuously help to release wonderful new game experiences on the platform each and every week. Odds are you've probably played more Chillingo-published games than you even realized."There's no word yet on what ultimately prompted the decision for Byatte and Wee to leave the company they started back in 2005, but it certainly doesn't reflect too well on EA to have so many creative founders jump ship after their respective high-stakes acquisitions. This will certainly be a big blow to EA's mobile business, but we'll just have to wait and see what the future for Chillingo holds now.
- Buzz Monkey isn't your average casual game developer. They've developed AAA titles with the likes of EA, Activision, and Eidos, and are headlined by the simple phrase: "We make games. We are, in fact, quite good at it". Considering their past releases, we were a bit surprised to find them venturing into the depths of mobile gaming, but their iOS puzzle platformer contains the same passion and effort as their console releases.
- Chillingo and ZeptoLab have been rolling out updates for Cut the Rope pretty regularly. Just in time for your winter vacation, the companies have announced a massive new addition that includes tons of new levels and creatures who are fundamentally going to change the overall play experience.
- If you haven't gotten into the Holiday spirit yet, Chillingo's got a great way to start things off. The publisher has just released new update for their year old Cut the Rope spin-off Cut the Rope: Holiday Gift. The update contains a slew of new in-game content, including new animations, a new level, and a photo booth that lets you create digital greeting cards to share with your loved ones.
- I was thinking about Chillingo the other day, and I couldn't help but feel a little sad. Chillingo, at least in my eyes, used to be a name that was synonymous with quality. There was a time when every game that they launched in the App Store was an event. But as they grew bigger and became more popular, it seems like they've outgrown that quality reputation that pushed them to the top in the first place. And it's all about quantity versus quality - or more accurately, quantity versus the perception of quality.
- In an interview with ZeptoLab's Semyon Voinov earlier this month, we asked if there were any plans to let consumers get their grubby little mitts on some Cut the Rope merchandise. We were told "we have tons of merchandising items in the works," and it looks like they're starting to surface sooner rather than later. To coincide with the announcement of their upcoming "Toy Box" update, the Cut the Rope team have unveiled the very first real world Om Nom toys.
- Last week's announcement of the iPad 2 may have left some of us less than impressed, but as the days wore on, such criticisms fell quickly into the minority. Why? Maybe it has to do something with the development community. From a consumer standpoint the iPad 2 may not seem to be a big leap forward - but for developers? It's a dream come true.
- Through its EA Partners initiative Electronic Arts has teamed up with a number of indepdent developers to release some highly successful console and PC games. And now the company is hoping to do the same thing for mobile and social games.