Tag Archive: Game


Pay what you want to master video game design [Deals]

Go from gamer to game designer. We’ve put together a bundle of four courses worth $ 796 to help—and right now you can pay what you want for it. Over 115 hours of training and almost 400 lectures will help you… Read more ›

Apple is adding all kind of new features for iPad users in iOS 9 that will boost your productivity on a tablet, but developers are already finding ways to make those new tools a lot more fun by injecting some… Read more ›

Gamers aren’t turning to magazines — or even websites — as much as they used to. These days, you’re more likely to find them on YouTube or Twitch to watch Let’s Play videos, Minecraft machinima, or streaming League of Legends… Read more ›

Uber, the disruptive (and controversial) ride-sharing service, has a real problem. If you want to corner the market on the backs of a global workforce of what are essentially freelancers, how do you ensure that they all know how to… Read more ›

We’ve all had terrible neighbors who throw loud parties that last all night, even on Mondays. Party Hard, an upcoming game for iOS, is about bringing those annoying gatherings to a halt. With a knife. Developer Pinokl Games has released… Read more ›

We’ve all had terrible neighbors who throw loud parties that last all night, even on Mondays. Party Hard, an upcoming game for iOS, is about bringing those annoying gatherings to a halt. With a knife. Developer Pinokl Games has released… Read more ›

Only your ears can save you in this creepy horror game

Imagine exploring a creepy house full of eerie and unfamiliar sounds, supernatural horror dripping from every bannister and behind every mysterious, creaking door. Now imagine entering such a disturbing environment when you’re blind. Cassie is the blind young protagonist of… Read more ›

Console game developers are trying to break into mobile, and they’re using casual genres to break into the scene. For instance, when gamers hear about Insomniac Games, they might think of classic platform games like Ratchet and Clank, first-person shooters… Read more ›

Why this game dev is giving up on pixel art

Blake Reynolds, lead artist at Dinofarm Games (Auro, 100 Rogues), has come to the conclusion that “pixel art” is over. He’s decided to hang up his digital pencil tool and create art for games that current audiences can understand. “Auro,”… Read more ›

How real historical intrigue inspires Game of Thrones

You know nothin’, Jon Snow. Especially how much more full of shifting alliances and intrigue The Wars of the Roses was than your epic television series is able to show. Game of Thrones superfans may already know that 15th-century England… Read more ›