Category: Mobile and Wireless
Curious Hat announces a multi-lingual version of Eye Paint Animals which offers children a fun way to learn about the theory of colors, as well as encouraging them to explore the world around them.
Nickelodeon launches “Scribble Hero,” an arcade-style action game available for download on iOS devices.
Silver Dolphin Books launches kids’ app publishing business and acquires app publishing rights to evergreen brands Little Critter and Richard Scarry.
Culver City/Vancouver-based visual effects house Zoic Studios accelerates an audacious intergalactic adventure for the teaser trailer of the new Industrial Toys mobile title, “Morning Star. “
Aardman and Chillingo announce the launch of the latest episode in the award-winning “Home Sheep Home 2” game suite.
Android has a bigger market share than iOS, so a bigger pool of potential users should mean that Android apps drive more revenue, right? Not necessarily.
Aardman Digital announces the launch of a fun and engaging mobile-browser game created for the BAFTA award winning CBeebies’ show “Something Special.”
Mobile emulators and simulators can help developers test their apps on different devices without having to actually have them on hand. The testing tools can make testing easier, particularly where there are lots of variations in device types, screen sizes and operating systems. But they also face some limitations.
Mobile app developed by former DreamWorks execs offers children the opportunity to paint with the colors and textures of the real world.
Kidscreen releases its agenda for iKids 2013, a conference for kids IP owners and digital media professionals taking place on Monday, February 4 at the Hilton NY.
The UK’s Penguin Children’s Puffin imprint, Irish animation production company Cartoon Saloon and Irish media company Dog Ears join forces to co-produce new multi-platform kids property Puffin Rock.
PikPok and DreamWorks Animation bring “Rise of the Guardians” movie-based game to the App Store and Google Play.
Autodesk Inc. announces the release of "Starforce Battlement," a new 2D mobile tower defense game developed by the Autodesk Gameware team.
New federal and state laws penalizing breaches in app security are motivation to protect customer privacy.
The much-anticipated all-new Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo DS videogame from Mind Candy and Activision, is now available at major retailers nationwide.
e frontier's “Shade 3D for Unity” software will be free and available through the Mac App Store November 2012