Samsung may be jumping on the mobile gaming phone bandwagon

Mobile Gaming Phone - Samsung Phone

Rumor has it that Samsung is preparing a gaming smartphone. Mobile gaming continues to grow, so it might not come as much of a surprise that Samsung might have a mobile gaming phone in the works. The “Galaxy X” could be the company’s new smartphone designed for gaming. Originally predicted to be Samsung’s first foldable smartphone, it may be that the rumored and unofficially announced “Galaxy X” is actually a mobile gaming phone. The rumors regarding this phone made headlines when a well-known leaker from China, who uses the Twitter…

Read More

New AR Walking Dead Game lets you blast zombies in your daily life

AR Walking Dead Game - The Walking Dead Our World Game - Screencap YouTube

Join Rick Grimes and his crew for the battle of survival. Next Games has launched its new AR Walking Dead game called “The Walking Dead: Our World.” The free-to-play, location-based augmented reality (AR) mobile game is available for both iOS and Android smartphones. Players take on zombies in their real-world surroundings. Themed after the hit AMC TV show, based on Robert Kirkman’s “The Walking Dead” comics, the AR Walking Dead game uses Google Maps and augmented reality technology to give players a map of their actual surrounding, which is populated…

Read More

Beat Fever mobile game successfully connects fans and music artists

Beat Fever drives players to music streaming services - Apple Music on smartphone

The mobile game is driving millions to music streaming services Beat Fever is a relatively new music-based mobile game app that helps to bring music artists closer to their fans. It has successfully driven millions of streams to music streaming services including Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube and others. The music game has dramatically boosted music streaming. It is not uncommon for music from popular artists to be used in games for consoles, mobile and tablets. That being said, in most cases, fans rarely engage with the music they hear outside…

Read More

First-ever mobile shopping game show launched by Gravy

Mobile Shopping Game Show - Man on Phone - mobile phone users

Participants compete for discounts on new and innovative products. Live media company, Gravy, has launched the very first mobile shopping game show. A high-energy and interactive live show, audiences can watch and compete for new and interesting products discounted from 30 – 70% off. The live mobile game show also raises money for charity. The show is available via an iOS mobile app and is live every night at 8:30pm ET. Each mobile shopping game show features a new product presented in a unique price-dropping game format, according to a…

Read More

New AR mobile game Jurassic World Alive launches globally on Android and iOS

New AR Mobile Game - Jurassic World Alive - Official Game Trailer - Jurassic World - YouTube

The Pokémon Go-like game is based on the Jurassic World films With Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom set to open in theatres on June 22nd, the new AR mobile game Jurassic World Alive has been officially rolled out on a global scale across Android and iOS mobile devices. The game, which is not unlike Niantic’s popular Pokémon Go, enables users to find and capture dinosaurs in the real world. The free game features both AR-based imagery and location-based technology This new ar mobile game is the third in a series of…

Read More

The Pokémon Go craze is over but huge Lawsuits remain

Pokémon Go Mobile App - AR Mobile Game

The mobile app fad practically took over the world during the summer of 2016, leaving problems behind. Pokémon Go was one of the hottest mobile app crazes the world has ever experienced. Moreover, it was by far the most popular example of augmented reality to date. That said, while the application’s use has faded away, many of the problems it caused continue to exist. Unfortunately, some of the AR app users failed to exercise common sense while they played. As a result, many homeowners experienced a significant amount of trespassing.…

Read More

Mobile games revenues now greater than earnings from those on consoles and PCs

mobile games revenues

The industry has now shifted to the point that smartphones and tablets are the top earners for gaming. Mobile games revenue is being taken extremely seriously all of a sudden now that it has reached a significant landmark. Those earnings are now greater than those brought in by games on either consoles or PCs. The industry is now being forced to look at mobile gaming in a way they had not previously been doing. In 2017, mobile games revenues from smartphone and tablets combined are forecasted to represent 42 percent…

Read More

Chinese mobile games are taking off worldwide

Chinese mobile games

A large number of entertainment apps from the country have made it into the top performing lists. Last year, Chinese mobile games became truly popular around the globe for the first time. Among the leading 1,000 mobile gaming apps worldwide, publishers from China produced a sizeable 84. The year before, that figure had been 45, showing a striking rise in popularity for those games. After all, this means there are 80 percent more mobile games from that country in the top 1,000. Cheetah Mobile produced these statistics through its Cheetah…

Read More

Mobile games could help treat serious illnesses

mobile games health app trend

Mobile gaming is becoming an effective form of digital therapy for those with ADHD and other conditions Mobile games have become a very convenient way for people to entertain themselves, but these games may also be becoming a way to treat certain illnesses. In the United States, approximately $13 billion is spent on treatments for one in 10 children that suffer from attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). These costs are typically associated with prescription medications, such as Adderall and Ritalin, but concerns over the effects of these medications are growing.…

Read More

Half of revenue from mobile game apps generated by 0.19% of players

mobile game apps

Gaming applications must be very careful about their strategies as very few users actually buy. Publishers of mobile game apps need to take a great deal of care as they market their applications and target their new users, as a wide majority of players won’t ever actually make any purchases. A recent Swrve study revealed that only a tiny sliver of all players made up about half of the revenue. In fact, 48 percent of the total revenue generated by mobile game apps comes from a virtually microscopic 0.19 percent…

Read More

Tencent reports greater growth thanks to mobile games and other ventures

mobile games apps dating

Company finds more success through a strong mobile focus Tencent, one of China’s largest Internet companies, has released information concerning its performance over the past year. In terms of sales, the company saw a 45% increase in quarterly sales, which is better than it had expected. Tencent is seeing significant growth through its mobile endeavors, especially where payments and gaming are involved. The company is also selling a wealth of content via its mobile platforms, such as WeChat and QQ. Adding rich content to mobile platforms make them more attractive…

Read More