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GDC 2014 features sponsored talks by Oculus, Sony, Microsoft and more

GDC organizers highlight a few notable, potentially interesting sponsored sessions from Sony, Microsoft, Oculus VR, and other influential companies. …


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Obituary: Writer and designer Aaron Allston

Aaron Allston, the game designer and novelist who worked with Origin Systems on both the Ultima and the Wing Commander franchises, passed away yesterday in Branson, Missouri. He was 53. …


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Is the EU going to regulate free-to-play games? An initial analysis

Yesterday, news broke that the European Union is taking steps to decide whether free-to-play games and apps are misleading, and may regulate them. Attorney Jas Purewal explores what may happen. …


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Valve launches Steam Family Sharing game lending system

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Bug hunting: Unity throws an ArgumentException when building for Android

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GDC Play 2014 ‘Best in Play’ award winners announced

GDC organizers have revealed ‘Best in Play’ awards for exhibitors in the on-site GDC Play 2014 event, honoring unique games like Rollers of the Realm and Land 52. …


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Blog: Is the free-to-play monetization in Hearthstone fair?

“There is only one problem: There is this weird status quo inside the F2P scene that drop rates (chances) have to be kept from the customer.” …


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Paradox seeks to make games for next-gen and mobile platforms

Paradox Interactive CEO Fredrik Wester opened up about the studio’s plans for future development in an interview published today by USGamer. …


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Audience Award voting for 2014 GDCAs and IGF awards ends tomorrow

Vote now if you haven’t yet, and don’t miss the excellent reminder videos recorded by some of the developers whose games are nominated for either an Audience Award in either category. …


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Triangle Studios offers It came from space, and ate our brains free for support on Steam

Triangle Studios, an independent game developer from the Netherlands, is offering its game, It came from space, and ate our brains, for free to try.

The studio also hopes that by offering the game for free and trying it out will garner votes to get it Greenlit on Steam.

Be prepared for hordes of aliens coming your way.

It came from space, and ate our brains is a top-down shooter featuring various of weapon upgrades and waves of deadly enemies.

To find out more about downloading It came from space, and ate our brains for free, visit this Triangle Studios website.

To find out more about It came from space, and ate our brains, visit its official website.

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