STAT | $3.7 million – Amount of revenue Mixi’s mobile game Monster Strike made per day last quarter, according to the company’s earnings report; that’s an increase of 829% in revenue over the previous year’s quarter.
Last week we asked our image manipulating community to show us what sorts of games they’d like to see on the minty-fresh Apple Watch. As it turns out, most of them are insane. Oops.
The first batch of Apple Watches arrive in users hands on Friday, with a whole batch of tiny little gaming apps waiting to be locked and loaded. Let’s see what might be good in micro-gaming.
The Apple Watch officially arrives this Friday, and micro-games are on the way. What sort of gaming experiences can we expect to see on our wrists in the coming months? Our photo-manipulating readers are glad you asked.
Did you panic last week and stay up late to preorder a first-generation Apple Watch like some idiot? Me too. And here comes developer Wayforward Technologies to mildly justify it with Watch Quest.
There will be games for the Apple Watch. Of course. One of them—a role-playing game called Runeblade—will have battles that last anywhere from five to 15 seconds. You’re probably going to look pretty silly playing it.
Yesterday, Apple revealed a whole slew of information about its Apple Watch line-up. No doubt many anime fans have been wondering the same thing: How does the Apple Watch compare to the Yokai Watch? Good question! Let's find out.
Apple's next big thing ships next month, and soon wrists all around the globe will be thrumming with iTechnology. What can a wrist-based device with a tiny screen bring to gaming? Quite a lot, probably.
What fresh new wrist-based interactive entertainment can we expect to see when the Apple Watch launches next spring? How do you feel about arm wrestling?