King.com debuts first two Android games, Bubble Witch Saga and Candy Crush Saga

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King.com, the largest social games maker outside Zynga, has officially thrown their hat in the Android ring.  Today sees them introducing their first two Android games, Bubble Witch Saga and Candy Crush Saga. Like their Facebook counterparts, these two feature synchronized leaderboards, scores, ...

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Gree to shutter OpenFeint in December as developers consider alternatives

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It doesn’t seem all that long ago that we were talking about all the major games being released with OpenFeint integration. As one of the bigger and better options for Android developers, users enjoyed its features such as leaderboards, achievements, friend lists, and cross-platform ...

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Heyzap Introduces Play Tab in 3.0 Release

Heyzap has tossed a new, updated version of their gaming community application into the Android Market today, adding a simple but nifty feature into the mix.  Announced in time for GDC Online, Heyzap 3.0 offers users a “Play” tab which allows for browsing through game libraries and ...

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Mobile Social Gaming Platform Mobage Hits the U.S. Market

Tokyo based company DeNA and its American subsidiary Ngmoco recently announced the release of Mobage to the Android Market. Mobage is a mobile social gaming platform that has seen tremendous success in Japan, netting around 1.3 billion dollars. Last August DeNA took steps to expand their ...

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Motorola Invests in Social Gaming Developers Moblyng

The newly defined Motorola Mobility has invested in a company who creates not only Android games, but HTML5 titles as well.

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