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- Back in January, Gamezebo's interview with Disruptor Beam CEO and founder Jon Radoff revealed that Game of Thrones Ascent was headed to mobile. The big question was when, but the company kind of answered that today: early spring, close to the time when Season 4 of the TV show gets rolling on HBO.Disruptor Beam isn't going it alone either. Following up on a partnership formed for the popular web version of the game, it's teaming with Kongregate to bring Game of Thrones Ascent to both iOS and Android."Since the early stages of the game's development, our intention was always to release Game of Thrones Ascent on mobile devices," Radoff said in a press release. "Now that we have had great success growing users and revenue across web platforms, we are excited to be bringing the game to mobile players. That's what we've seen first-hand with Kongregate, and why we are excited about partnering with them for our mobile release, continuing to build upon this vast and passionate community of players."Kongregate is best known as on online games portal, but it did announce a $10 million mobile publishing initiative last year. It's also owned by GameStop, which should help when it comes to marketing the arrival of Ascent on mobile devices.
- It seems like every day, more and more people begin to realize the commercial success and unlimited potential of the mobile games industry. And with those realizations come the big business moves that make them all the more powerful. Kongregate, a powerhouse in browser gaming, has announced the creation of a "Kongregate Mobile Developers" program, which will pledge 10 million dollars to the development of mobile games. The funding will help indie game developers work on free-to-play titles for the company, and add a better management of paid ad campaigns on third-party networks.
- Delays are inevitable in the game industry, but that doesn't make them any less of a bummer. American McGee and Spicy Horse's Akaneiro: Demon Hunters has been delayed until January 31 for Kongregate, and around February 28 for Steam.
- For as long as Game Freak's Pokemon games have been around, other game developers have been inspired to add their own spin on the monster-collecting formula. Some studios just ape the games directly by scribbling over Game Freak's designs with a crayon and calling it a day. Other studios, like Tremor Games, make a real effort to separate themselves from the clones with titles like Rawr. Rawr maintains its own identity with the help of an intriguing battle system and over-the-top grunginess, but its mechanics need some tightening up before it can even think about slaughtering Pikachu.
- For better or worse, Legend of Pandora makes no bones about what it is: A Zelda clone. That in itself isn't necessarily a bad thing, as a brush with the greatness that is Zelda helped pave the way for such fare as Secret of Mana, Illusion of Gaia, and more recently, 3D Dot Game Heroes. Unfortunately, however, Legend of Pandora is none of these, nor does it approach them.
- Kaboom! Outernauts has broken free of Facebook. Fans will be happy to know that they can now access Insomniac Games' popular flash-based MMORPG on Kongregate.
- Kongregate, one of the leading providers of browser-based free-to-play games, is expanding their focus to include downloadable titles. This marks a pretty major shift for the platform, and they're kicking things off with the addition of Smashmuck Champions, Super Monday Night Combat, and Bomb Buddies.
- There's a good chance that if you're into the mobile and social games space then you've at least once visited Kongregate, the online gaming portal now owned by GameStop. The real question is, did you buy anything while you were there? If so, then congratulations on contributing to the site in a major way, as Kongregate is seeing a nice revenue stream coming from the realm of virtual goods.