In this issue, we’re discussing two major changes to the web3 gaming landscape: Google opening the doors to blockchain games on Android and Ripple scoring a victory in its legal fight with the SEC.
Alpha Dog Games, a Nova Scotia-based game studio and subsidiary of ZeniMax Media, is the developer behind Mighty Doom, the only mobile-first rendition leveraging the famous DOOM IP, which turns 30 years old later this year. The title is Alpha Dog’s first game within the Bethesda and ZeniMax family — and therefore also within Microsoft,…
Embracer reported earnings last week, and we take a look at the company’s board game division’s performance. We also teased our latest deconstruction on Brawl Stars.
Omega Strikers had a killer marketing push on Twitch, driving it to top charts on Steam. We analyze this game’s launch, and the potential for the studio’s scalability as a publisher. Can they sustain the momentum? We also tease our upcoming game deconstruction on Love & Pies.
MultiVersus has found its stride, making headlines with 20M players. We take a look at what’s making the game so popular, its mechanics and IP potential, and tease our latest Naavik Pro game deconstruction on Beatstar.
Minecraft and Square Enix have two widely different approaches and stances on NFTs / web3 gaming. Obviously, support for blockchain in gaming exists on a spectrum but what does this mean for the industry writ large? We also tease our latest game deconstruction of Apex Mobile.
Creator-driven businesses are enabling new forms of user acquisition and 100 Thieves is pioneering in this space by bringing studio development in-house. We also preview our latest Naavi Pro game deconstruction of Royal Match.
We breakdown Xbox’s recent earnings report in context of the Activision acquisition. What does it mean moving forward? And also tease our CookieRun: Kingdom deconstruction
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