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Nintendo announces Nintendo Labo, combining DIY creations with the Switch platform. ...
"Weixin Mini-Game offers Chinese players instant access to a wide range of fun and challenging games. We have witnessed the massive success of Jump Jump and we are delighted by this collaboration." ...
Founder of studio Big Robot Jim Rossignol discusses how bright visual effects and sci-fi sound clips contributed to enhancing how it feels to shoot guns in The Signal From Tölva. ...
Developers of the MMO Camelot Unchained City State Entertainment announced today that it has secured a $7.5 million minority investment. ...
Gamasutra speaks with Cardboard Sword artist Keith Duke-Cox about hand-drawing normal maps to add a sense of visual depth to their 2D platformer, The Siege and the Sandfox. ...
In this 2015 GDC session, Graziani examines how traditionally counterintuitive practices can help developers define and nurture a passionate community. ...
Writer Justin Bortnick played a key role in orchestrating the Frog Fractions 2 ARG, and at GDC 2018 he plans to reveal the mysteries behind the beloved (and notorious) alternate-reality experience. ...
Joining the partner program now requires 1,000 subscribers and 4,000 hours of view time in the past year. Channels currently not at that level risk losing partner status. ...
In this 2017 GDC session, Mini Metro developer Jamie Churchman examines how visual design and user interface decisions play a role in creating a gratifying experience for the player in Mini Metro. ...
Let's talk about the solutions we built for the continuous server syncing of Blood Runs Cold's player data, and the data-driven balancing toolset that let us juggle 400+ ScriptableObjects. ...

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