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Netflix taking mobile-first, 'phased approach' to game releases

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The streamer still has dreams of being a big player in games, but keeping its feet on mobile ground is where it wants to be until it can make good on its larger plans.

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Report: Sony making PlayStation mobile store for F2P games

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Now that it's in the PC market, Sony is seemingly taking its first steps into phones with a PlayStation mobile platform.

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Toymaker Mattel is becoming a mobile game publisher

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Hot Wheels and Barbie toymaker Mattel is expanding its video game interests, with a new publishing arm that will "co-devleop" and publish mobile games.

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Trends shaping the mobile gaming industry in 2024

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The mobile gaming industry is intertwined with innovations and trends in various fields. In this article, we explore the trends shaping the outlook for mobile game development and strategies for retaining audiences in the context of constant changes. The landscape of mobile game development mirrors the broader economic climate.

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Tripledot acquires Zephyr Mobile

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Tripledot Studios has acquired fellow mobile game company Zephyr Mobile for an undisclosed sum. Developer and publisher Tripledot is mainly known for mobile title Woodoku. As reported by Pocket Gamer , Zephyr and its 55 staff will continue to be run by CEO Serge Morozov, out of its Warsaw HQ. Read more

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Mobile publisher Nordcurrent acquires River End Games

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With River End under its belt, Nordcurrent aims to get deeper into the console and PC game market while maintaining its strong mobile presence.

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Tencent reportedly canceled unannounced Nier mobile game

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Without a proper monetization plan and licensing fees to pay, Tencent pulled the plug on Nier's second mobile spinoff.

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