XMG Studio Inc. is an award-winning developer and publisher of mobile games. Founded in late 2009, XMG has developed a track record for innovation excellence in mobile gaming including the release of critically acclaimed games downloadable on your iOS, Android, and Windows Phone device. Based in Toronto, XMG is one of the largest indie mobile game studios in Canada. Named as one of the top global mobile games developers to watch by popular media, XMG is focused on providing creative expression through gameplay for all fans of fun.
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News on XMG Studio Inc.
XMG Studio has launched a new mobile game. The Toronto-based mobile game developer's latest effort is Fashion Star Designer, which mirrors the real-life experiences of emerging fashion designers... more
There are a lot of remarkable movements and companies that have started as surprisingly small projects. Dale Carnegie’s classic How to Win Friends and Influence People actually started as a... more
Nothing gets the blood pumping like a tall boy of energy drink and a good ol’ 48-hour hackathon. XMG Studio, The Globe and Mail, and Electric Playground are the partners behind the Great... more
Toronto-based game developer XMG Studio has released their next mobile game. Designed by fashion lovers for fashion lovers, Fashion Star Boutique is an "innovative fashion experience" that is... more
XMG Studio sits atop the Trader’s Bank building at 67 Yonge Street. Once the highest skyscraper around, today it serves as the beautiful home to young organizations like XMG. XMG was founded... more
Three Canadian developers were named to Pocketgamer's list of "Top 10 Mobile Game Developers to Watch in 2012." That means Canada accounted for 30% of this worldwide list - the most of any country.... more
Mashable recently announced the finalists of the 2011 Mashable Awards. Among them are three Canadian-born startups. Edmonton-based Empire Avenue, a social influence stock market, is a... more
Powder monkeys were a part of warship crews during the Age of Sail from the 16th to 18th century. Actually human, these so-called "monkeys" carried bags of gunpowder from the ship's hold to the gun... more
Toronto-based mobile game developer XMG Studio and the National Post are calling all Canadian college and university students to bring their game ideas to life at the Great Canadian... more