Candy Crush Saga developer King begins its efforts to build a development team capable of translating the success of the Call of Duty franchise to mobile devices.
A Candy Crush television show is in the works, with the TV adaptation being a game show that sees players go through obstacle courses in order to collect pieces of candy.
Activision Blizzard confirms that the buyout of Candy Crush developer King is now complete, with CEO Bobby Kotick suggesting it has made the ‘largest game network in the world’.
Activision has announced that they’ve begun the process to acquire Candy Crush developer King for $5.9 billion, pending approval from the Ireland government.
‘Candy Crush Saga’ developer King seems to have settled its ‘Banner Saga’ and ‘CandySwipe’ legal disputes once and for all.
‘Candy Crush Saga’ developer King has abandoned its trademark application for the word ‘candy,’ citing their acquisition of ‘Candy Crusher’ as the ‘best option.’
‘Candy Crush Saga’ developer King is preparing for its IPO, but not before filing a trademark dispute against a game they allegedly copied.
The publisher of ‘Candy Crush’ attempts to explain their reasons behind blocking ‘The Banner Saga’ and claims of cloning mobile titles.
‘Candy Crush’ developer King is still making news, this time after a claim surfaced that their game ‘Pac-Avoid’ is a clone of another game.
In an effort to draw attention to the issues of King Ltd. trademarking the words ‘candy’ and ‘saga’ developers are making MORE candy-themed games.
The makers of ‘Candy Crush Saga’ are on a roll, taking legal action against ‘The Banner Saga’ claiming potential confusion for consumers. Seriously.
‘Candy Crush Saga’ creator King Ltd. somehow copyrighted the common word ‘Candy’ and is using it to take down other apps.