Gramble World launches mobile social game network for good
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PapayaMobile launches new SDK to let Android game developers tap into China Mobile direct billing

thenextweb.com
Mobile social gaming network Papaya Mobile has released a new AppFlood SDK that opens up rich monetization opportunities for Android developers in China by adding support for direct billing of in-app purchases on China Mobile, the world’s largest wireless operator. With over 700 million subscribers, China Mobile is a highly...
PapayaMobile launches new SDK to let Android game developers tap into China Mobile direct billing
GDC drew more than 23,000 attendees to hear diverse perspectives on games

Pokki Game Network Launches At GDC, Bringing Traditional Download Channels To Web-Based Games

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Pokki, the web-to-desktop game conversion service from SweetLabs, has focused on web-based games and apps to the desktop, sort of like apps like Fluid do with site-specific browsers, but with a centralized marketplace and a number of tools to help make sure monetization tools like in-app purchases also translate as...
Pokki Game Network Launches At GDC, Bringing Traditional Download Channels To Web-Based Games

Mobile game network Heyzap releases its Ads SDK allowing its 4,200 developers to monetize their apps

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Heyzap, the mobile gaming social network, has released an Ads SDK that is says will help the 4,200 developers in its network monetize their work. By implementing this SDK, players will be served ads that are relevantly targeted towards them while allowing game developers to earn money. The SDK is...
Mobile game network Heyzap releases its Ads SDK allowing its 4,200 developers to monetize their apps
Rovio to launch Angry Birds cartoons inside its mobile games
Arktos Entertainment acquires majority stake in game studio Hammerpoint Interactive (exclusive)

Are we at the end of the line for social online games?

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Social games were a phenomenon that transformed the way we looked at games, firstly with Facebook, but later also on mobile.  They provided a way for companies like Zynga and OpenFeint to burst onto the scene. But as we know, in recent months Zynga’s share price tumbled, and now...
Are we at the end of the line for social online games?

T-Mobile partners with Zynga, brings games widget to customers

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In an effort to bring new and exclusive gaming and social features to T-Mobile customers, the telecom company has partnered with Zynga to create a widget that links to Zynga games available for T-Mobile customers starting today. The Zynga Games widget is said to make it easier for customers to...
T-Mobile partners with Zynga, brings games widget to customers

Zynga Cuts Revenue Outlook For 2012, Q3; Cites Weakness In Certain Games Including The Ville

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Zynga has just released preliminary financial results for the third quarter of 2012, lowring its outlook for the year. The company expects to report full Q3 results October 24. Zynga expects to report revenue in the range of $300 million to $305 million and bookings in the range of $250...
Zynga Cuts Revenue Outlook For 2012, Q3; Cites Weakness In Certain Games Including The Ville
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