Game Developer magazine was the premier publication for working (and aspiring) video game creators from 1994–2013, reaching over 35,000 industry professionals monthly. In each issue, industry leaders and experts shared technical solutions, reviewed new game development tools, and discussed strategies for creating innovative, successful video games. Monthly postmortems dissected the industry’s leading games, from AAA console to social and mobile games and beyond, and columns gave insight into deeper development practices from across all disciplines, from design, to programming, to art, to business, and audio. It was closed in 2013 as part of a restructuring at parent company UBM Tech (part of UBM plc) that included the closing of all print publications owned by that company.
The magazine contained articles on professional game development topics relating to game programming, art, audio, quality control, design, and production. Monthly columns from industry veterans offered in depth discussion on a variety of topics. It had articles by notable game industry figures and reviews on game development related books, tools, and software packages. The back page "Soapbox" was also a popular feature but moved to sister site to Gamasutra circa 2004. It was replaced by a splash art page called "Thousand Words" and then replaced again with a regular column "Arrested Development."
Maybe they're already on their best behavior? DeveloperRiotGames will soon be listening in on the voice chats of Valorant players, the company announced recently -- and most people are a-okay about that ... You’d think a game developer openly admitting that it will record ...
It’s a week-long event in which Steam users can play demos and watch previews for upcoming games, chat with developers, and give feedback on new titles ... you as two aspiring female developers named Kanii and Kumade as they navigate the debilitating landscape of game development.
Kota... “If she could not be mine, she cannot be of anyone else,” Thakur told police during interrogation ... The girl and Thakur got to know each other some two years ago while playing FreeFire online video game and developed a friendship by staying in touch through chatting on social media platforms. “They had never met physically before ... .
... maker of popular puzzle game, Wordle, to pull out a few highlights — but with the regulator pointing to the pair’s sustained profitability, and profits it assess as “high in absolute terms”, as an indelible, top-line signal that market distortion is afoot.
Enjin Coin (ENJ) is the native cryptocurrency of Enjin Network, a social gaming platform that allows users to create websites and clans, chat, and host virtual item stores. ENJ is an ERC-20 token that allows game developers to tokenize in-game items and back the value of digital assets (i.e., non-fungible tokens) that exist on the platform.
Blocky Dungeon developer SquareAnon has announced that their upcoming puzzle-oriented roguelike game will receive a new demo for players to try out during SteamNext Fest ... “Explore and play hundreds of game demos, watch developer livestreams, and chat with teams about their games in progress,” teases the landing page for Steam Next Fest.
Game developer ... “With the relaunch of Kongregate.com for web3, we’re once again creating a destination unlike any other for developers and gamers to come together to discover, chat about and play games,” said Kongregate’s Chief Technology Officer Max Murphy in a statement.
"With the relaunch of Kongregate.com for web3, we're once again creating a destination unlike any other for developers and gamers to come together to discover, chat about and play games!" said Max Murphy, Kongregate's Chief Technology Officer... Kongregate is a leading game developer and architect of the gaming portal Kongregate.com.
Kyiv-based GSCGameWorld has seemingly confirmed it has resumed development on S.T.A.L.K.E.R ... It was also shared that the game's official Discord was closed to new chat following the development pause announcement, but it has reopened in the past few days.
This week, Dom Peppiatt chats to the development team behind Tunic about the game’s ambient soundtrack, how the memories of games from the past can form the foundations of unforgettable experiences today, and why music is just as important as any other part of the development process ...Perhaps we should tell him he’s in the game…” Tunic.
By making voice chat even more immersive, entertaining, and inclusive, game studios and developers of social and content creator apps, as well as original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) targeting gamers, streamers, and social communication accessories, will be able to drive new levels of user engagement and retention in the metaverse.
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The central government-run Navodaya Vidyalayas have banned the use of mobile phones by students in schools and hostels after receiving feedback about rampant misuse for late-night chatting and addiction to online games ... In this process, the students may have developed the habit of chatting and online gaming, the principal said.
The injuries come as 31-year-old Olivia has been filming for ITV sports show The Games, which is set to air this month and sees a host of celebrities go head-to-head in physical challenges ... In a chat with MailOnline, Olivia revealed details of a heart problem she developed due to this - and said that The Games has brought back memories of the time.