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Fall Gang: Knockout, a blatant copy of Mediatonic's party battle royale Fall Guys: Ultimate Knockout, has been removed from the App Store.
Developed by Kelemen Tamas, Fall Gang picked up 81,000 downloads following its launch on July 22nd, 2020.
Free-to-play specialist Playrix has soft-launched a new farming-based match-three puzzler known as Farmscapes.
The idea of the game is to restore the area into a dream village via decorations, growing a garden, and take caring of several animals.
As part of our Remote Working: Jobs series, we spoke with Machine Zone and AppLovin director of media buying Jerome Turnbull.
Take-Two Interactive has entered an agreement to acquire mobile games studio Playdots.
The deal is worth $192 million; $90 million will be paid in cash while the remaining $102 million will be supplied in Take-Two common stock.
A new Canadian-based mobile games studio has been established under the name Odyssey Interactive after raising $6 million
Odyssey Interactive will be headed up by former Riot Games product lead Richard Henkel, who will take up the role of CEO.