Day: 30 April 2014


The co-founder of Call Of Duty and Titanfall opens up a new mobile game studio called Nuclear Division

There are plenty of mobile game development studios that get created every day and of all sizes, from the two-man team hoping to make it big with their indie title to sudden 100 staff member teams forming their own companies. So when there is news of a new studio floating around it is unusual, mostly in a good way, and that is the case with a new company called Nuclear Division. So what is unusual, or newsworthy, about this company? The fact that it is being created by the co-founder of the Call Of Duty franchise and Titanfall.


Important job opening update, Mecha indie Android store developer registration now open and more

Last week we posted an open invitation for anyone interested in getting in on becoming a part of the DroidGamers team as a nighttime / weekend writer to submit their applications via email. Needless to say there was a huge response to this. In fact there were so many applications submitted for the two positions that we had announced as being available that we’ve decided to make five opening available instead of just two.


Rovio profits drop by almost half but this isn’t the beginning of the end for Angry Bird publisher

On Monday Rovio published its most recent revenue statement for all of the company’s profits. Up until now the company has reported huge profits thanks to their Angry Bird franchise and all the games under that umbrella (including Bad Pigges and other spin-offs) as well as games published under the company’s third party publishing brand Rovio Stars. However this new revenue report shows the company’s profits slashed by almost half.