Android gamers get some Humble Bundle action for whatever they wish to pay, so be generous and charitable. Super Monday Night Combat needs some help Kickstarting its new RTS game. Sony confirms its much-rumored mobile gaming service, Facebooks tells Zynga everything is going to be ok. A mobile game startup gets going with the big leagues, like Epic Games, which says that mobile is the next big thing. Plus, the latest from the TriplePoint Newsroom.
- Android gamers rejoice! The new Humble Bundle offers five great titles … for whatever you want to pay.
- Super Monday Night Combat developer wants to Kickstart its new RTS Planetary Annihilation
- Sony confirms new mobile gaming service; Sega, THQ, and dozens of others on board
- Facebook reassures Zynga: “Social games are growing, not shrinking”
- Battle Bears creator SkyVu raises capital for brand expansion. A garage startup graduates to a real business will millions in revenue.
- Epic Games says mobile is now the new PC, competing with current consoles
The TriplePoint Newsroom
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