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If you planned on buying a Galaxy S8 smartphone, you can turn it into a desktop PC with just a few accessories.The Samsung DeX smartphone dock will soon be a bit more capable thanks to upcoming support for the Linux on Galaxy app.The application brings the Linux computing experience to mobile, and with Dex support, you’ll be able to use that mobile Linux platform on a larger display when needed.The Samsung Dex (docking experience) puck is a small hub device that lets you use your new Samsung Galaxy S8 smartphone like a micro PC — you can run it to a monitor with full mouse and keyboard support.Performance is snappy and the setup is easy, though we did note that it could use more app support.Adding Linux on Galaxy will certainly go a ways toward addressing that.
I love being able to boot up a console-quality game in seconds while on the go.Most modern phones could certainly manage a lot of the best indie titles and probably several last-gen titles too.We might start to see more adventurous titles make their way over from PC and consoleThe Razer phone is potentially just around the corner and the Switch’s success has demonstrated there’s still a demand for more involved mobile gaming.It’s a rhythm game crossed with an infinite runner, with a dash of Wipeout thrown in for good measure.The controls are limited to left, right and a few other inputs, but it’s the timing that really makes or breaks your success.
3rd Eye Studios announced today that it has closed a $1 million round of funding.The company will use the investment on its toolset, 3rd Eye Core, which is a cross-platform suite for PC, mobile, and virtual reality game development.3rd Eye Core is testing in China and Finland.It will have an official launch some time in 2018.3rd Eye Studios — which is based in Helsinki, Finland — is also working on its VR game, the sci-fi thriller Downward Spiral: Horus Station.Part of the $1 million funding will go toward the game’s development.
That's the question being asked in China, where a woman has gone partially blind after spending an entire day playing a popular mobile game.21-year-old Wu Xiaojing had been enjoying multiplayer title Honor of Kings, also known as King of Glory, for a number of hours without taking a break when she lost the vision in her right eye.After arriving at hospital, she was diagnosed with Retinal Artery Occlusion (RAO), a condition caused by an obstruction of the blood flow to the retina from the retinal artery.Wu is one of the 163 million+ people in China who regularly play Honor of Kings."If I don't work, I usually get up around 6am, have breakfast, then play until 4pm," she said, "I would eat something, take a nap, wake up and continue playing until 1 or 2am."The finance worker spent the whole of October 1, a Chinese holiday, playing the game.
Mixed-reality is going to change the world.Ikea’s new app, for example, lets you see what its ubiquitous furniture looks like in your house, without having to head to your local store.Mobile gaming has also embraced augmented reality with aplomb, as demonstrated by titles like Euclidean Lands, The Machines, and of course, Pokémon Go.Speaking as a frequent traveller (and someone with precisely zero sense of direction), there’s only one augmented reality tool I’m excited about: indoor navigation.Wouldn’t it be amazing if, should you find yourself lost in a shopping mall or an airport, you just whip out your phone and follow a trail of breadcrumbs?There are already some genius experiments with AR navigation in outdoor environments, supplementing existing services like Waze and Google Maps.
The big rumor last week was that Tencent, the biggest game company in the world, had bought a 5 percent stake in Bluehole Studio, the South Korean developer behind one of the most talked-about games of 2017: PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds.It hadn’t, though the talks between the Chinese PC and mobile gaming behemoth and Bluehole are ongoing.PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds has become so huge that Bluehole has created a subsidiaryto manage the online multiplayer shooter.It’s amazing that we’re seeing these blockbuster numbers for two base games that are still in Early Access development — people pay to play these ($30 for PUBG, $40 for Fortnite) before they officially release, dealing with bugs and changes and providing feedback (and money) to the developers.As for me, the pull of Divinity: Original Sin II continues to dominate my PC gaming time.At this rate, I’ll finish in … March?
On Monday, the International Mobile Gaming Awards announced 52 nominees for IMGA MENA, its second annual competition for games developed in the Middle East and North Africa.Noyons says that this move will have consequences for the organization and its partners, such as more financial and logistical responsibility pertaining to promotional materials.“I would say that their chances are even higher, since so many Iranian games are nominated.”Sixteen nominees are from Iran, and it’s the country with the most games on the list.When IMGA MENA opened for submissions in May, the original call for entries included Iran as an eligible country, and the developers were unaware that that wasn’t pursuant to IMGA’s license agreement.The game studios who had their nominations retracted expressed shock at the initial decision, saying that the move came without any warning and that the competition gave no reason for the removals.
Last month Premier League football club Everton secured mobile gaming company Rovio as its sleeve partner, cracking open a multitude of unique marketing opportunities in stadium and in the smartphone space for both companies.Since launching in 2009, Angry Birds developer Rovio has grown to become one of the world’s most substantial players in the lucrative mobile gaming space, and as such the company is now valued at $1bn.Meanwhile Everton, a seasoned Premier League club, helps place Rovio in front of the competition’s reported global audience of 1.5 billion viewers – a sizeable extension to its presence in the NBA and NFL.Speaking to The Drum, Mark Rollings, head of partnerships at Everton, underlined some of the ways the club could theoretically activate the partnership, although it is worth noting these conversations are in preliminary stages.Rovio boasts products across the merchandising and media space, largely thanks to the success of its Angry Birds IP, which could equate to new paths of commerce and exposure for Everton.“This provides the club with a different angle and point of difference at retail and we are already exploring the ways we can work together," saID Rollings.
If you're heading to Toys R Us anytime soon, be prepared to dodge hordes of excited kids engrossed in a new AR game.Clearly aware of how Pokémon Go took the mobile gaming world by storm in 2016, embattled retailer Toys R Us is turning to the same augmented reality (AR) technology in a bid to save its business.The company filed for bankruptcy protection in September and needs to deal with long-term debt of around $5 billion.That means getting lots of people back into its 1,600 or so stores, so executives are hoping a new AR game called Play Chaser — designed especially for use in Toys R Us stores — can play a part.Developed in partnership with robotics and AI firm PlayFusion, the new mobile game lets players activate a variety of AR games and play experiences as they move around the store.They can do this simply by scanning the many different Play Chaser signs attached to Toys R Us shelves.
The International Mobile Gaming Awards (IMGA) has announced its second annual nominees for games developed in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA).Its 52 nominees come from 14 different countries, with the most nominees hailing from Iran.The winners will be announced on November 11 at an awards ceremony in Amman, Jordan, and they will also become eligible to be considered for an IMGA Global award next year in early 2018.IMGA is a worldwide competition that started in 2004, and it’s split into several different regions.In addition to IMGA Global which is open to all, there’s also IMGA MENA, IMGA Southeast Asia, and IMGA China.Iran presented a strong showing in the IMGA MENA nominees list, and it’s been making strides in the games industry.
But at the turn of the millennium mobile gaming was limited to pre-loaded titles like Snake and the embryonic Java (J2ME) download scene.Nintendo was the undisputed king of the mobile scene and had fended off competition from numerous pretenders over the years, many of which were technologically superior to the Game Boy.It had a screen that was taller than it was wide, with a D-Pad and quick keys on the left, along with a numeric keypad to the right.It was a weird hybrid, with design choices that reflected attempts to appeal to two audiences.Whereas now we consider portable gaming to be synonymous with smartphones, N-Gage was a groundbreaking idea.Early reviewers noted that the use of the keypad as ‘face’ buttons made some games a little odd to play – most notably a port of Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater, which requires combos to be executed with perfect timing.
Make a phone with powerful hardware, a slide-out gamepad (like the PSP Go or Xperia Play), and band 71 support.I will buy it day 1.
Reports of Razer working on a gaming smartphone have been circulating since early summer.Now it seems those rumors have a little more meat.Min-Liang Tan, CEO and co-founder of Razer, avoided using the word "smartphone" but did confirm in an interview with CNBC that the company is developing a mobile gaming device.“One of the most hotly rumored things about Razer is that we're coming up with a mobile device,” said the exec.“And I can say that we are coming up with a mobile device specifically geared toward gamers and entertainment.”Tan also stated that they are aiming for a 2017 release.
This seems like a familiar place, doesn’t it?We’ve heard whispers and murmurs from the rumor mill and Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan himself that the company has plans for the mobile gaming market.In the interview, Tan confirmed that the device will focus on gaming and entertainment.Based on the words Tan chose, he certainly knows what the device could end up looking like and what it could exactly do in terms of functionality, but did not say so in the interview.Tan chose his words carefully as to when the device might be available for a good reason.Later on in the interview, Tan discussed Razer’s plans to go public sometime later this year, with the CEO saying that, “Having that war chest from the IPO would allow us to [invest in R] and much more.
Or maybe a tablet with removable gamepads kind of like a Nintendo Switch?No one really knows, but Razer has been rumoured to be working on a mobile gaming gaming device for quite some time now, and according to a new interview between CNBC and Razer CEO Min-Liang Tan, it seems like that might actually happen.In addition to its range of gaming PCs and peripherals, Razer has become known for its far out gaming concepts such as the Project Valerie triple-screen laptop, the Project Christine modular PC, and Project Fiona gaming tablet.But none of those concepts ever made it to retail, which is a big reason why all the whispers about a rumoured Razer mobile gaming device were so hard to believe.Rumours hit a fever pitch in January when Razer bought the Nextbit Robin smartphone brand.If you look at Razer’s portfolio, a dedicated gaming device makes a lot of sense.
Chartboost has created marketing tools for mobile game developers since 2011, and today it is launching its Chartboost Exchange, giving developers and brand advertisers access to new kinds of automated advertising tools.San Francisco-based Chartboost is opening programmatic access to its in-app global gaming inventory, meaning brand advertisers can place automated ads that reach Chartboost’s mobile gaming audience through demand partners Aarki, Index Exchange, and Rubicon Project.The advertisers bid to show their ads to users in real-time, resulting in the best ad rate for the app developer.“Game developers should care because it impacts their revenue: overall, they’ll have an opportunity to make more with Chartboost Exchange,” said Maria Alegre, CEO of Chartboost, in an email to GamesBeat.“Programmatic changes how the money flows, or more specifically, through what kind of buyers does it flow.Game developers will have to evaluate their ad tech partners thinking about who can empower them with the right tools in the new programmatic world.
English Premier League football team Everton FC have secured their first ever sleeve sponsor in the form of mobile gaming giant Rovio.The multi-year deal will see the Angry Birds logo appear on the team’s kit sleeve, debuting against Manchester United on Sunday 17 September.This season the ability to embrace a sleeve sponsor opened up new financial avenues for clubs and many have taken it on board.Publicising the partnership is a short-animated film featuring Red, the Angry Bird’s protagonist signing for the Blues at the Club’s USM Finch Farm training ground.The content is a nod to the insane player signing craze that has swept the sport this summer (a trend which Everton has previously talked to The Drum about here).Alan McTavish, head of commercial at Everton, said “Rovio Entertainment recognise the global reach that Everton can deliver through its international fanbase and the global exposure of the Premier League.
Rovio Entertainment Oy, the company behind the “Angry Birds” mobile gaming franchise, confirmed Friday the pricing for its initial public offering, which will value the company at about $1 billion.The Finnish company said it would offer shares within a range of €10.25 ($12.22) to €11.50, giving it a market capitalization of between €802 million and €896 million.When the company announced plans to float earlier this month, shareholders hoped the IPO would value the company at about €2 billion, people familiar with the matter said at the time.The IPO will raise gross proceeds of about €30 million and allow existing shareholders, including majority owner Kaj Hed, the uncle of Rovio co-founder Niklas Hed, to sell shares.Rovio, which has videogame and brand licensing, says the listing will help it pursue its growth strategy, including through acquisitions, and gain more flexibility to remunerate its employees.It expects to begin trading on the Nasdaq NDAQ 0.46% Helsinki pre-list on September 29 and on the official list around October 3, under the code ROVIO.