Infinity Blade: Dungeons canceled
Epic Games' iOS game officially canned after Impossible Studios was shut down earlier this year; developer Chair has more plans for the series.
Impossible Studios shut down
Studio made up of former Big Huge Games employees closed six months after it opened, Infinity Blade: Dungeons on hold.
Apple sells 3 million iPads over the weekend
Following Wi-Fi-only iPad mini and fourth-gen iPad launch, Cupertino company doubles sales of third-generation Wi-Fi-only models in March.
Infinity Blade: Dungeons delayed
Epic Games' new iOS game pushed to 2013 as a result of logistical issues and developer Impossible Studios adding new ideas.
Mobile is the new PC, says Epic
GDC Europe 2012: Mobile "starting to compete with current consoles," next-generation chips will be 20 times as powerful.
Epic opens Maryland studio
Hunt Valley-based Impossible Studios' first task is collaborating with Chair on Infinity Blade: Dungeons for iOS; studio staffed by former Big Huge Games devs.
Infinity Blade Epic's 'most profitable game'
Tim Sweeney reveals in terms of man years invested, iPhone and iPad game more profitable than Gears of War, believes free-to-play will spur industry growth.
Splash Damage goes free-to-play
Developer launches new publisher Warchest to focus on free-to-play games on iOS, PC, and console; first release RAD Soldiers will hit iOS this June.
The New iPad: A Gamer's Guide
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