The Most Profitable Mobile Games Ever Built

Nokia’s “Snake” is probably the best-known mobile game in history. It was first released with the Nokia 6110 back in 1997, thanks to programmer Taneli Armanto, and became a surprise hit due especially to its simple controls and rudimentary multiplayer through the phone’s infrared port. Although it was indeed a success, it wasn’t profitable directly (although there’s no telling how many...

How To Become Successful In Canadian Online Casino?

Content of an Article Choose your online casino in Canada carefully Play safe and careful Set game time in online casino Choose the most interesting games Get ready to leave the game in any casino, real or online – it does not matter We have developed some tips to help you succeed in Canadian online casinos. Follow these tips and your gambling will be profitable. Choose your online...

Online Casinos & Real Clubs: Which Have Better Games?

Each person has a share of risk. Some try their luck and play in real casinos. Others do not attend such establishments and do not take seriously a game in a casino at all. With the transition of casinos to the virtual world, the number gamblers and fans of risk and luck doubled. Why online casinos are better than real gambling clubs? To start the game, you do not need to leave the house. You only...

Check If Your Internet Speed Is Ready For Using Stadia

Stadia – the cloud service by Google for playing games requires a minimum Internet connection of 10 Mbps for HD streaming and preferable more than 35 Mbps for 4K streaming. You can test if your Internet connection is stable and meets these requirements directly from the Staida product page here. Scroll down and click on Test your connection. To ensure an accurate test, disconnect other devices...

Mario Kart Tour To get Multiplayer – Finally

For all its innovative gaming technology over the years, being one of the first console manufacturers to push motion-based gaming and even virtual reality, albeit way back in 1995, Nintendo’s interest in the mobile ecosystem is a recent development. In fact, the late Satoru Iwata only changed the company’s collective mind on mobile gaming in the year before his death in 2015. Given Nintendo’s...

How Modern Mobile Game Developers Are Upgrading the Pirate Aesthetic

Who heard about pirates for the very first time and didn’t dream of joining a swashbuckling crew? The entertainment industry has provided these fans with an endless supply of movies, TV shows, and video games starring pirates and their world full of adventure. Now that mobile gaming has more or less taken over the tech market, developers are making the same efforts for that platform too. Clearly,...