Niklas Karl Rimbach

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Feature: The Nintendo Easter Egg Hunt - Greatest Hits

Many people around the world are currently celebrating Easter, either observing an important religious occasion, using it as an excuse to scoff …

The Empire of Nintendo Handheld: A Celebration of the Nintendo 3DS

Across the last few decades, it’s nearly impossible to think of the handheld market without Nintendo. Since the Game Boy’s release in 1989, the …

Retrogaming

A Short Documentary About the 1983 Crash of the American Video Game Industry

“CRASH: The Year Video Games Died” is a short animated documentary by Ahoy about the 1983 crash of the American video game industry. The documentary …

ROOTS Is a New Casual Social Game You're Going to Want to Play

The Best Mobile Games of 2014 (According to Everybody Else)

With 2014 almost behind us, it’s time to pop the champagne corks and celebrate the year that was. Earlier this month, Gamezebo took a look at the …

How, Where, and When to Add Video Ads to Your Mobile Games

One day, you come up with a great game idea that you think could be a hit. You and your spend countless hours bringing your idea to life, and then a …

One of Japan's biggest mobile games is getting a Super Mario spin-off

But it's coming to 3DS instead<p>Nintendo isn't bringing Mario to a smartphone anytime soon, but that doesn't mean the portly plumber can't star in one of the biggest mobile games around. Japanese developer GungHo has announced that the latest spin-off of its massively popular <i>Puzzles & Dragons</i> series …

Why China’s mobile gaming explosion isn’t really about mobile games

By most standards, 2014 was a banner year for mobile gaming in China. The size of the industry itself doubled, with more than 300,000 people now …