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Fortnite maker Epic Games has handed out $42 million in funding to 600 developers as part of its Epic MegaGrants scheme.
The initiative was launched just over a year ago – first announced at GDC 2019 – with the intent of giving support to development teams and individuals that use the company's Unreal Engine.
In each instalment of The In-App Purchase Inspector, we consider how well a developer has designed its in-app purchase retailing to work alongside the overall gameplay and metagame experience.
This time we investigated Traplight Games' free-to-play strategy title Battle Legion.
US publisher EA has hired Jeff Karp to head up its mobile division, taking on the role of senior vice president and group general manager.
Prior to this, Karp was the president and managing director at Big Fish Games, a role he held for two years and oversaw games including Big Fish Casino and Fairway Solitaire.
Chinese developer Shengqu Games will collaborate with Konami on a new Castlevania mobile game titled Moonlight Rhapsody.
Mobile games developer and publisher Huuuge Games has acquired Finnish studio Double Star.
Currently, the studio has over 15 games in its library which have collectively accumulated more than 50 million downloads.