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Ngmoco co-founders Young, Stevenson exit, Downie named CEO

Ngmoco co-founders Neil Young and Bob Stevenson have exited the DeNA-owned mobile social gaming firm, with Vice President of Studios Clive Downie named as CEO.

Kixeye, ngmoco bringing 'Backyard Monsters' to mobile

Gaming firms Kixeye and ngmoco will partner to bring the popular Facebook real-time strategy game Backyard Monsters to iOS and Android devices this summer via the Mobage social gaming platform.

GREE sues rival DeNA for blocking cross-platform mobile game developers

Japanese mobile game platform GREE is suing rival DeNA, claiming the firm is obstructing developers who attempt to roll out their titles across both companies' networks. The suit alleges that DeNA

AT&T launches Mobage social gaming platform for Android

Mobile social gaming firm ngmoco will roll out its Mobage platform to Android device users via AT&T (NYSE:T). The deal heralds ngmoco's first Mobage partnership with a U.S. wireless operator.

iPhone hit 'Pocket God' expands to Android, Windows Phone 7

Mobile development studio Bolt Creative will extend its blockbuster iPhone title Pocket God to the Android and Windows Phone 7 operating systems in partnership with game publisher ngmoco. Available

DeNA snaps up iPhone game hitmaker ngmoco for $400 million

Japanese social gaming giant DeNA will acquire iPhone gaming startup ngmoco for up to $400 million in cash and securities, one of the largest deals ever for an iOS application developer. Per terms of

ngmoco expands to Android gaming with 'We Rule'

Six months after the release of its popular iPhone title We Rule, mobile gaming firm ngmoco will extend the game to Android, making its first foray onto the Google-backed platform. In We Rule, gamers

iPhone game maker ngmoco scores big via Google Ventures

Mobile gaming developer and publisher ngmoco is the recipient of a new round of funding led by digital services giant Google's Google Ventures arm. Citing multiple sources, TechCrunch reports the

ngmoco nabs Stumptown Game Machine

Mobile gaming developer and publisher ngmoco announced an agreement to acquire Stumptown Game Machine, the developer behind the iPhone and iPod touch pet simulation app Touch Pets Dogs. Financial

ngmoco scores $25 million in Series C

iPhone-centric mobile gaming developer and publisher ngmoco announced the completion of a $25 million Series C financing round led by Institutional Venture Partners. Previous investors Kleiner