Amazon has pulled the plug on Crucible, a sci-fi free-to-play multiplayer shooter that has been in development since 2014.
Following roughly a 16-month investigation, a US House of Representative antitrust committee has found that Amazon, Google, Apple, and Facebook have engaged in anti-competitive policies.
Amazon revealed a new cloud gaming platform called Luna. It will initially be available on PC, Mac, Fire TV, and iPhone and iPad, with an Android version arriving later.
Amazon.com Inc. released its first original AAA title, Crucible. Crucible is a free-to-play game set on a planet where teams of players will have to eradicate opponents and creatures.
Amazon, which is now “investing hundreds of millions of dollars” in games development and distribution, had to delay the release of its MMORPG New World. They game should have come out in May, but the studio’s transition…
The Amazon Alexa Fund, the Google Assistant Investment Program, Sisu Game Ventures and others have invested around €1m in Doppio, Portugal based studio that makes “voice-controlled conversational games.”
The next White Nights Moscow 2016 video is a presentation from Mike Hines from Amazon. He explains what the top 50 apps do with IAPs that the others don’t.
We’re starting to post videos from our White Nights St.Petersburg 2016 Conference. Here is the first one: Mike Hines from Amazon explains what the top 50 apps do with IAPs that the others don’t.