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Aeria mobile launches Magimon on iOS

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Aeria mobile today announced the launch of its new monster-battling/card collecting game Magimon on iOS. The game’s been on iOS for three days so far and we’re told it’s already racked up 100,000 installs. The game is an anime-inspired adventure set in a post-apocalyptic world where users collect monsters...
Aeria mobile launches Magimon on iOS

Free Game Friday: Demonic puzzles and predicting the future

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After the last few weeks of game jams drowning us in free games we're back to the regular schedule of small, indie developers making games for your thrifty pleasure. These games are still just as good (if not better) than what we've previously shown you, but they're a bit...
Free Game Friday: Demonic puzzles and predicting the future
'Punch Quest' goes paid after free-to-play failure

YouTube blows out seven candles, cuts birthday party short to log 72 hours of video per minute

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Ah, YouTube. It wasn't long ago that that it was pumping out around 60 hours of content every 60 seconds, but nothing can stop the video juggernaut. Celebrating its seven years of existence with a video charting its rise, rise and rise, YouTube's official blog has also announced that...
YouTube blows out seven candles, cuts birthday party short to log 72 hours of video per minute

PapayaMobile launches SDK aimed at monetizing in China

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Social game distribution and monetization company PapayaMobile announced the launch of a new SDK to help independent Android developers access the Chinese mobile market. The first free game with in-app purchases to launch in China using the new SDK will be Scottish developer Cobra Mobile’s WW2 shooter iBomber for...
PapayaMobile launches SDK aimed at monetizing in China

Free Game Friday: A Modern Spin on Asteroids, A Platformer Where You Make the Platforms and More.

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We bring you another weekend of free games, including a typing game where words have power and a platformer where you collect and deploy new platforms....
Free Game Friday: A Modern Spin on Asteroids, A Platformer Where You Make the Platforms and More.

EA Maxis cops to 'dumb' SimCity launch, offers early adopters a free game

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The botched launch of the new SimCity game has upset many this week, however there is a little good news. EA Maxis exec Lucy Bradshaw posted that the company is working on its server issues, with capacity reportedly up 120 percent in the last 48 hours and "disrupted experiences"...
EA Maxis cops to 'dumb' SimCity launch, offers early adopters a free game
Five-year-old runs up $2,500 in-app purchase tab with Apple

Free Game Friday: Cats, Zombies and a Speedrun Through Retro Gaming

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This week’s roundup has everything the internet loves including felines, the undead and free games....
Free Game Friday: Cats, Zombies and a Speedrun Through Retro Gaming

Crowdsourcing Game Helps Diagnose Infectious Diseases

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The free game assumes groups of non-experts can learn to recognize microscopic images of infectious disease cells with the accuracy of trained pathologists....
Crowdsourcing Game Helps Diagnose Infectious Diseases
Play this: 'Maldita Castilla' is the best of 80s arcade adventures right on your desktop

Free Game Friday: More good games about the bad guy

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Since even indie devs take time off for the holidays, there weren't a lot of new games this week. Luckily, this month's Ludum Dare about villainy produced enough games for two weeks of great games. Ore Chasm I started playing Ore Chasm earlier today and looked up to find...
Free Game Friday: More good games about the bad guy

Here's How Much 'Fruit Ninja' Makes Each Month From Ads

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Fruit Ninja, the popular mobile game that allows users to slash apart fruit with a Samurai sword, made $400,000 from ad revenues in April, Ad Age reports. And apparently the company would make more on the ads, which users see in between bifurcating pineapples, were they not sold via Mobclix,...
Here's How Much 'Fruit Ninja' Makes Each Month From Ads

Free Game Friday: Surreal Robot Battles and Puzzling RPGs

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This week's free game will see you fighting everything from demons to the forces of nature....
Free Game Friday: Surreal Robot Battles and Puzzling RPGs

Free Game Friday: A Game That Wants You to Give Up

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A jumping line, an increasingly difficult death-trap and more in this week's roundup of free games....
Free Game Friday: A Game That Wants You to Give Up

Free Game Friday: Games about grad school, bullfighting, and more

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This week we've got a lot of games that aren't quite what you'd expect. From a beautiful text adventure to a game about academic discrimination, this week's games will have you expecting one thing and getting another. Except the first game; it's just fun. Bet you didn't see that...
Free Game Friday: Games about grad school, bullfighting, and more

Free Game Friday: Frog Fractions creator talks about making surprising games

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Frog Fractions has been getting a lot of press in the past week or so, with more than one reviewer throwing around phrases like the best game of all time. It's also a game that's much more enjoyable if you go in blind, and people who've experienced it are...
Free Game Friday: Frog Fractions creator talks about making surprising games

WildTangent makes mobile gaming debut with Polar Bowler

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WildTangent is going mobile. The Redmond-based company today officially announced its first mobile game, Polar Bowler 1st Frame. It’s the mobile version of the classic PC game that debuted in 2004 and features a polar bear wearing sunglasses with a Hawaiian shirt soaring through an icy bowling alley. WildTangent, ranked 16th in our GeekWire...
WildTangent makes mobile gaming debut with Polar Bowler

Engadget Giveaway: win a new iPad, courtesy of Kabam!

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What could be better than our usual Monday morning giveaway? Why, a Tuesday morning giveaway of a new iPad, of course. If you missed the pre-order madness or can't be bothered to hit your local bricks and mortar to pick up a new iPad, no sweat, Kabam's got you...
Engadget Giveaway: win a new iPad, courtesy of Kabam!

EA offers free catalog game to apologize for SimCity server woes

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While Electronic Arts might not be offering refunds to players irate over the continuing server problems for its online-only SimCity, it is making its remorse over the issues somewhat more tangible by offering all purchasers a free game from EA's Origin catalog. "To get us back in your good...
EA offers free catalog game to apologize for SimCity server woes

EA Apologizes For SimCity Disaster, Says It Was "Dumb" And Offers Free Game To Players

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Electronic Arts’ SimCity was easily the most anticipated game of the season, but its launch was an unmitigated disaster because the DRM solution Electronic Arts and Maxis dreamt up means users have to always be online if they want to play. Sadly, EA’s servers weren’t up to the task and...
EA Apologizes For SimCity Disaster, Says It Was "Dumb" And Offers Free Game To Players

Free Game Friday: The Joy of Repetition

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It's no secret that games are hard to make. Creating all the art, music, story and play mechanics for a game takes quite a lot of time and effort. As a result, most games reuse content or force players to backtrack or otherwise repeat themselves. While some games do...
Free Game Friday: The Joy of Repetition

Free Game Friday: Three Games on Evolution

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Evolution may not sound like an exciting gaming topic but a recent game jam on the themes has created some fun adventures....
Free Game Friday: Three Games on Evolution
Admitting it was "dumb," EA says it has added SimCity servers and will give players a free game
EA offering free game as apology for 'SimCity' issues

PlayStation Vita will launch with 8GB card for limited time

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Sony announces the "Launch Bundle" version of its PlayStation Vita, which will include a 8GB card and free game for the same price as the 3G/Wi-Fi model....
PlayStation Vita will launch with 8GB card for limited time

Free Game Friday: A Gun that Serves as a Jetpack and an Art Game with an Awesome Soundtrack

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Go to the Moon and hang out with a mammoth in this week's roundup of free games....
Free Game Friday: A Gun that Serves as a Jetpack and an Art Game with an Awesome Soundtrack

OnLive gaming service will hit in June, but is it worth the $15 monthly subscription?

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Unless you count telling my kid the Wii is “broken” so I can play Kid Icarus for the better part of a weekend, I’m not exactly a hardcore gamer. So I’m not sure what to make of OnLive, a service that charges you $15 a month to access, which doesn’t...
OnLive gaming service will hit in June, but is it worth the $15 monthly subscription?

HTML5 Epic Citadel demo shows the power of OpenGL in the browser

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Epic Games has released a new version of its popular Epic Citadel tech demo that runs entirely using open HTML5 and JavaScript standards in order to show off the potential for plugin-free game development inside a Web browser. To convert the Unreal Engine 3 tech demo to standards-compliant HTML5,...
HTML5 Epic Citadel demo shows the power of OpenGL in the browser
Developer earns over $1,000 per day with a Windows Phone game
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