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Interview: Pains and Gains of Remote Game Development

When we met three guys from Scarecrow Arts, a multimedia production group that recently has released a fast paced, randomly generated hack ‘n’ slash adventure game The Story Goes On that has already received positive reviews, our story went beyond…

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Which Programming Language Should You Learn? The Infographic to Code It All

Infographic on Programming Languages: Which One Should You Learn?

Looking to learn how to code, but not sure where to start? We found an excellent infographic on programming languages explaining the ways they differ that can help you decide which path you should take to master your career in IT. As…

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Forever Humble PDX

Interview with the CEO of Forever Humble PDX: Raising Stars and Making Stories

Whether you’re a teenager or someone who already has teenagers of your own, age means nothing when you’re a developer. Funny thing is we recently interviewed veterans of game development and now we’re going to write about guys from Forever…

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Mysterious Team Behind the Creation of Gem Wars Attack of the Jiblets

The Team Behind the Gem Wars: Attack of the Jiblets

Having met a lot of game developers, we can never be tired of hearing their stories but this one who created the Gem Wars: Attack of the Jiblets is particularly different. David Nunez, Founder and Lead Game Designer of Queen Birdface…

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Cover Unifinished- An Artists's Lament

Unfinished – An Artist’s Lament Turned Into An Artist’s Delight

How can a game developer find a unique style and, more importantly, stay focused enough to keep perfecting it? In August of 2015 Andrew Hlynka, a university student (with some help from a teammate) released his third game called Unfinished…

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Veterans of Game Development: M4 Tank Brigade

How Game Development Veterans Made the M4 Tank Brigade

War simulation game development never get old! Same goes for the creators behind M4 Tank Brigade, a WWII Tank Simulation game offering offline single player and online multiplayer combat with multiple armored vehicles where players start on early WW II…

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The neurology of gaming

Cognitive Effects of Gaming – Is It Time To Stop Ignoring Them?

Game developers put their heart and soul into making their games stand out, creating them to be enjoyable, competitive and fun. Yet the more nerve-wracking and violent a game is, the more popular it tends to get, engaging new fans…

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Map of Ukraine

Best Global Gaming Companies with Research and Development Centers in Ukraine

According to Bloomberg’s 2015 ranking of the world’s 50 most innovative countries, Ukraine confidently took 33rd place achieving one of the highest performance index in Education category which measures the education levels of a country’s workforce. It climbed to the…

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Starting Your Own Unity Development Team In Ukraine

Games may be fun, but the business of making games is fiercely competitive. In an effort to recoup investments – and make more players happy in the process – many creative studios are considering deployment on device types simultaneously with…

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