Monthly Archives: February 2011

Interview about Age of Empires F2P

Taylor says the cool thing about the game is that millions of people could play it without paying a dime. But you can take your civilization to the next level by purchasing a Premium Civilization Pack, which adds new game

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Unity is soon able to do 3D

Marshalltown, Iowa – Mechdyne Corporation and Unity Technologies today announced “getReal3D for Unity” (…) getReal3D for Unity, a Unity plug-in, supports stereo 3D, multiple video channels, viewer-centric perspective (head tracking), and tracked interaction. These technologies give Unity-based simulations the power

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Mythos goes open Beta on 12th of April

Mythos opens its gates on the 12th of April, raising the Level Cap from 27 to 50 as well. Mythos geht ab dem 12. April in die Open-Beta-Phase. Im Vergleich zur jetzigen Closed-Beta erhöht Frogster das Level-Cap von derzeit 27

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Disney buys Social Network Togetherville

Togetherville, designed for children under 10, adds to Disney’s stable of Internet properties including social gaming company Playdom and mobile application developer Tapulous. (…) Togetherville seeks to mimic the experiences of social networks such as Facebook, but in a way

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Smurf Village reaches 10 Million Downloads

Capcom Mobile has announced that its two original social games – Smurfs’ Village and Zombie Cafe, both released on the Apple App Store – have now generated more than 10 million downloads between them since launch. Smurfs’ Village, released in

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Mafia Wars lawsuit settled

Facebook games giant resolves dispute with Digital Chocolate over copyright infringement. FarmVille creators Zynga have settled out of court after being sued by online game developer Digital Chocolate. (…)Terms of the settlement have not been disclosed and neither party has

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Nexon offers $1Million for the best Game

Nexon America announced the second Nexon iNitiative, looking to find the most promising indie developers and throw piles of money at them. Last year, over 100 companies in 28 countries participated in the first Nexon iNitiative, competing to win a

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MocoSpace offers $1 Million to develop HTML5 Games

MocoSpace, the venture-backed Boston mobile social network publisher, is offering $1 million for developers to build mobile games, TechCrunch reported Wednesday. Outsourced development is nothing new in the video game industry – and this might seem like little more than

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Golfstar MMO release

Free-to-play publisher gamigo has added a sports title to its MMO roster in the form of Golfstar, a new title that officially teed off earlier today. Golfstar features five game modes (stroke, match, skins, tournament, and team tournament) and allows

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Announcement of Elements of War Online

On the dynamic map players can view the battling hordes and sendtheir armies into battle. Strategic teamwork and the tacticalknow-how of up to eight players per match will decide whether thefaction will be able to occupy and keep that sector.

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