One of the advantages of following an industry mobile gaming site is that (unlike the rest of the world) our most read stories last week didn't revolve around summer heatwave headlines.
Saying that, we have chosen to call this roundup "Hot Five."
On Pocket Gamer.biz last week we had our man Matt Suckley on the ground at Unite 2015 to bring insights into How Space Ape evolved its anti-hacking strategy from Samurai Siege to Rival Kingdoms.
He also found time for an interview with Unity CEO John Riccitiello, who spilled the beans on his $5,000 Clash of Clans habit.
Our weekly Charticle also revealed that two weeks on from its stratospheric launch, Fallout Shelter is still dominating download charts, but has begun its decline in popularity.
Meanwhile, news broke that Supercell will be discontinuing Smash Land this September while Rami Ismail opened up about the mistakes that cost his studio Vlambeer $1.3 million.
For the full scoop on all last week's top stories, click through the link below.
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