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Indie game devs head North

Key figures from the independent development sector will be flocking to Newcastle on September 14th to discuss the road ahead at the next Codeworks GameHorizon event.

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XNA finds more Uni support

Microsoft has confirmed that its XNA development software is to be used for teaching in five European universities, three of which are in the UK.

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EA buys Phenomic

German studio Phenomic, the creator of series The Settlers and SpellForce, has been snapped up by Electronic Arts.

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Innovation charms Dare judges

Winners of the 2006 Dare to be Digital awards have been announced, with a batch of games pushing forward new concepts getting the top prizes.

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D3P on the hunt for Euro games

The US arm of Japanese publisher D3 Publishing is spearheading its UK wing’s push into Europe by looking for games made by local teams to publish – and could even acquire studios in the area.

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London calling for developers

GDC London is spearheading the London Games Festival’s development activity this October, and along with a name designed to set it apart from GDCE, its conference structure has been revamped to reflect the sector’s new way of making games.

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Assembling more Creative staff

Another of Sega’s UK studios is targeting ambitious expansion, with Creative Assembly looking to add  50 new staff to its roster – but producer Jonathan Court thinks the team can brush aside the current clime’s tough recruitment market.

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Headhunters become the hunted

As the race to boost next-gen development teams intensifies some studios are reportedly using corporate headhunters to poach staff, much to the annoyance of many UK developers.

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