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8-bit umbrella prototype makes music out of raindrops
Google takes on Instagram and Facebook by acquiring top iOS photo app Snapseed
Stained-glass puzzling with Pictorial 2
Triple Trouble combines cute creature-flinging with match-3 puzzling

YoYo Games makes cross-platform development more affordable with GameMaker: Studio

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This week, YoYo Games is officially launching GameMaker: Studio, a new development tool designed to let developers create casual and social games for a wide array of platforms. GameMaker: Studio is the next version of 2D drag-and-drop game development tool GameMaker. Originally created in 1999 by professor Mark Overmars, YoYo Games acquired...
YoYo Games makes cross-platform development more affordable with GameMaker: Studio
Cleaning up the streets with Car Toons

Mobile app news roundup: Activision, Smule, Nexage and Gems With Friends

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Crytek opens China Studio — German developer Crytek has opened a new Shanghai studio. The studio’s main focus will be on supporting and promoting Crytek’s CryEngine  game engine in the region. Rage of Bahamut passes 3 million users outside Japan — The English version of card-battle game Rage of...
Mobile app news roundup: Activision, Smule, Nexage and Gems With Friends

Mobile Firefox Comes to Android (Sort of)

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Fennec, the mobile version of the Firefox web browser, is now available in an early build designed for Android handsets thanks to a fan-compiled download posted on an Android developers forum. And by early, we mean unofficial, pre-alpha, device-specific and downright buggy. But for anyone interested in mobile browser developments,...
Mobile Firefox Comes to Android (Sort of)

Crytek's Cevat Yerli: free-to-play games are the only future

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Currently preparing for the release of its latest sci-fi shooter, Crysis 3, German developer Crytek has a very different future in mind. But can titles like Crysis survive in a fermium future? Cevat Yerli has a plan...When upstart German developer Crytek launched Far Cry in 2004, the game immediately drew...
Crytek's Cevat Yerli: free-to-play games are the only future

Pocket Gems releases case study about its publishing program, first two published games both saw more than 2M installs in the first 2 weeks

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Mobile game developer and publisher Pocket Gems today released a case study about its publishing program, where the company explained its publishing philosophy and process. It’s first two published games — Chasing Yello for Android and Amazing Ants for iOS — both saw more than two million installs in the...
Pocket Gems releases case study about its publishing program, first two published games both saw more than 2M installs in the first 2 weeks

10 Mind-Blowing Projects Made With A Tiny $35 Computer

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Raspberry Pi, the $35 Linux computer that's just a tad bigger than a business card, has been phenomenally well-accepted in its first year on the planet. First released in February, 2012, it's makers say they will soon sell their one millionth unit. Thanks to its low cost (there's also a...
10 Mind-Blowing Projects Made With A Tiny $35 Computer

Innogames looks to branch out from hardcore-focused browser games with cross-platform mobile push

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Innogames, the German developer and publisher primarily known for its hardcore browser games, is looking to expand its audience with a cross-platform mobile push. The company isn’t focusing on Facebook — where its games Grepolis and The West register a combined 360,000 monthly active users according to AppData. Instead, its...
Innogames looks to branch out from hardcore-focused browser games with cross-platform mobile push
Remedy: A paid iOS app can earn $1M without ever hitting the top 10
Google acquires Snapseed developer Nik Software

Facebook's iOS Apps Might Be Draining Your Battery Life, So There's Your Excuse to Quit

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The cause all of our problems. One of the biggest flaws of the iPhone is how quickly it runs out of battery life–even when you’re not using it. Now, a German developer might’ve discovered the reason why that’s happening: it’s all Facebook’s fault. If you have the social network’s programs...
Facebook's iOS Apps Might Be Draining Your Battery Life, So There's Your Excuse to Quit
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