Cult classic PC game Dungeon Keeper is free to download on PC.
Apple has introduced a new Pay Once & Play category to its App Store, allowing users to browse a selection of games that do not feature in-app purchases.
When EA got in touch with rambunctious actor Richard Ridings about reprising his role as Horny, the devilish mentor of Dungeon Keeper - that most treasured of cult classic video games - his agent dug up a surprising response:
The Advertising Standards Authority has banned a Dungeon Keeper advert it ruled had misled customers.
For many, the Dungeon Keeper reboot was yet another depressing example of a treasured game ruined by greedy corporations and their money-grabbing microtransactions.
Warhammer Online, Dark Age of Camelot and Dungeon Keeper developer Mythic Entertainment has shut down.
A recent survey of 10 million mobile gamers claimed only 2.2 per cent of the free-to-play audience spent any money at all. That's worrying - does it mean developers are deliberately designing games to cater for the minuscule minority rather than the vast majority?
After the UK's Office of Fair Trading investigated in-app purchases and free-to-play games, it's time for the European Commission to get involved.
Retro-game download shop GOG is giving away the original Dungeon Keeper for free this Valentine's weekend (offer ends 11am GMT Sunday).
EA's new free-to-play version of Dungeon Keeper is now available worldwide to download on iPad, iPhone and Android devices, the publisher has announced.
The game lets players build and maintain an underground lair and defend it from invaders by summoning hordes of imps, trolls and bile demons.
EA describes the app as a "twisted" take on Bullfrog's RTS classic, which launched for PC back in 1997. That version was developed back in the glory days of Peter Molyneux's former former studio.
Minecraft creator Markus 'Notch' Persson won headlines last month for volunteering to help get a Psychonauts sequel off the ground.