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Report: 'Candy Crush Saga' maker King files for IPO at $5B valuation

Cross-platform social gaming company King has quietly filed for an initial public offering valuing the  Candy Crush Saga  maker at an estimated $5 billion,  The Telegraph  reports.

ZeptoLab's 'Cut the Rope' tops 400M downloads, sequel coming soon

ZeptoLab said it will release a new version of its blockbuster mobile puzzle game  Cut the Rope  in time for the 2013 holiday season.

NQ Mobile expands to gaming with 'Gods & Dragons' for iOS

NQ Mobile Chief Commercial Officer Gavin Kim spoke to FierceDeveloper about the company's gaming aspirations, the keys to successful monetization and the importance of localization. Developer Workshop

Amazon widens GameCircle, Whispersync for Games support to Apple's iOS

Amazon is extending its GameCircle social gaming service and Whispersync for Games synchronization solution to devices running Apple's iOS, enabling cross-platform experiences across iOS and Google's Android.

Electronic Arts elevates EA Sports boss Andrew Wilson to CEO spot

Electronic Arts has appointed Andrew Wilson as CEO, concluding a six-month search to replace John Riccitiello, who stepped down in March after six years at the gaming giant's helm.

How iPhone 5s 64-bit computing will impact mobile gaming

Perhaps the biggest surprise from Apple's recent iPhone 5s launch event was the introduction of the device's A7 processor, which essentially enables smartphones to deliver 64-bit computing for the first time.

King expands 'Candy Crush Saga' to Kakao Talk messaging platform

Cross-platform social gaming company King is extending its mobile blockbuster  Candy Crush Saga  to Kakao Talk, the free South Korean mobile messaging application in use by more than 110 million subscribers.

NPD: Teens spending seven hours per week on mobile gaming

Fifty-three percent of U.S. children between the ages of 2 and 17 are spending more time gaming on mobile devices in 2013 than they did a year ago, according to a new survey conducted by NPD Group.

Facebook-owned Parse debuts mobile app development tools

Facebook-owned software development platform Parse is rolling out a series of new products designed to simplify the process of building and maintaining mobile applications.

PopCap: No plans to offer 'Plants vs. Zombies 2' without in-app purchases

Electronic Arts-owned PopCap Games said it has no plans to release a retooled version of its hit mobile tower-defense title  Plants vs. Zombies 2  without in-app purchase integration despite some consumer please for an IAP-free edition.