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GameMaker Studio simplifies pricing and provides unlimited free access up to publishing
All console specific editions are rolled into a single cross-platform Enterprise versionRead More »
Lawn Mowing Simulator is undoubtedly the most British release of a very British summer – creator Skyhook Games talks on balancing co-development with its own IP
“Skyhook was originally founded to try to stem the tide of outsourcing work going overseas”Read More »
Thunderful acquires fledgling studio To The Sky – looks to invest $5m in its first title
Swedish studio is led by former EA Ghost Games development director Jugo MirkovicRead More »
Gaining observability over multiplayer games – “Out-of-the-box observability gives you the ability to know what’s going on, but more importantly what is going wrong.”
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Will developers need to support Steam Deck – and will their sales benefit?
The Steam Deck is an exciting new piece of PC-based hardware, but it’s not one that comes with a new storefront or a set of launch titles. Instead it ‘merely’ expands upon the current Steam-PC ecosystem, so what does that mean for both game sales and developers wanting to have …Read More »
Did Nintendo just instigate the next step in PC gaming with Steam Deck?
Chapeau Mario, chapeau – the Steam Deck is Valve's effort to grow the PC gaming ecosystem and it's one we should all supportRead More »
Mod Mode – a legal view on mods and your game
"Modding can present some thorny legal issues which developers heading down this path should bear in mind"Read More »
Netflix hires EA veteran to head up gaming development – so what’s the plan?
Like Google, Netflix has the cash to throw at such an effort, unlike Google it already has 210m eyeballs pointed straight at TVsRead More »
Avoid the mounting costs of multiplayer games with hybrid cloud
“While relying on the cloud might eat up your budget, relying on bare metal alone might not allow a studio to scale up fast enough if a game becomes popular.” [In association with Improbable]Read More »