Hot Five

Roblox on its explosive growth, Zynga acquires four Solitaire games, and Supercell opens an online store

Roblox on its explosive growth, Zynga acquires four Solitaire games, and Supercell opens an online store

Even in this crazy digital world, there are still those of us that want to own a real, physical chunk of something that we can proudly display on our walls and mantelpieces.

No wonder then that our most read story of last week was the news that Supercell has opened an online store, giving people in the USA and Canada the chance to own a small Clash Royale figure of their choice.

Second on our Hot Five list is the news that Zynga has acquired four Solitaire games from unknown developer Harpan LLC for a staggering $42.5 million.

Blox, bucks and BuildIt

Third up is our interview with Roblox, the developer behind hugely-popular MMO Roblox, about its rapid growth and enormous potential for players of the game.

And finally, Tencent was the top earning mobile publisher in 2016, and we have a chat with EA about how it evolved SimCity BuildIt over the last two years.

Click the link below to find out more about the stories that caught our readers' attention over the last week.


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Ric likes to read epic poems and watch classic films to hide the fact he plays way too many games. The facade has thus far not been very effective.

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