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Vassal is a game engine for building and playing online adaptations of board games and card games. Play live on the Internet or by email. Vassal runs on all platforms, and is free, open-source software. Learn more about Vassal. Vassal is free, open-source software, created by volunteers. Our current release is 3.2.10. VASSAL VASSAL
Indie smash hit 'Flappy Bird' racks up $50K per day in ad revenue Indie smash hit 'Flappy Bird' racks up $50K per day in ad revenue The enigmatic and oppressively difficult mobile game Flappy Bird has turned into quite the cash cow for Vietnamese developer Dong Nguyen. In an interview with The Verge, Nguyen revealed that the game, which has been sitting atop the App Store and Google Play Store charts for nearly a month, is earning on average $50,000 per day from in-app ads. If you're only now hearing of Flappy Bird, the game goes as follows: you tap the screen to propel a tiny, pixelated bird upwards.
Notification : stratégie - filtrage des URL Welcome Back, Commander OpenRA is a Libre/Free Real Time Strategy project that recreates the classic Command & Conquer titles. We include recreations of C&C (Tiberian Dawn), C&C: Red Alert, and Dune 2000. These are not intended to be perfect copies, but instead combine the classic gameplay of the originals with modern improvements such as unit veterancy and the fog of war. OpenRA's primary focus is cross-platform multiplayer between Windows, OS X, and Linux; however, we include a number of single-player missions, and also support skirmish games against AI bots. Latest News Notification : stratégie - filtrage des URL
The Console Living Room : Free Software : Download & Streaming : Internet Archive The Internet Archive Console Living Room harkens back to the revolution of the change in the hearth of the home, when the fireplace and later television were transformed by gaming consoles into a center of videogame entertainment. Connected via strange adapters and relying on the television's speaker to put out beeps and boops, these games were resplendent with simple graphics and simpler rules. The home console market is credited with slowly shifting attention from the arcade craze of the early 1980s and causing arcades to shrink in popularity, leaving a small percentage of what once were many. Through use of the JSMESS emulator system, which allows direct access to these programs in your browser with no additional plugins or settings, these games can be enjoyed again. Simply click on the screenshot or "Emulate This" button for each individual cartridge, and on modern browsers the games will just start to run. The Console Living Room : Free Software : Download & Streaming : Internet Archive
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Missile Command is a 1980 arcade game by Atari, Inc. that was also licensed to Sega for European release. It is considered one of the most notable games from the Golden Age of Video Arcade Games. The plot of Missile Command is simple: the player's six cities are being attacked by an endless hail of ballistic missiles, some of them even splitting like multiple independently targetable reentry vehicles (MIRVs), and in later levels smart bombs which can evade a less than perfectly targeted missile. As a regional commander of three anti-missile batteries, the player must defend six cities in their zone from being destroyed. Missile Command Missile Command
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The cliché is that technological innovation in video game development is the domain of the blockbuster studios. These are companies with the requisite manpower and cash reserves to explore new ways for players to interact with digital games, or to ever more closely replicate the detail and texture of reality on screen. The indie developers, meanwhile, innovate in the area of game design, where they are small and agile enough to take creative risks. There is some truth to this, and the interplay of technological progress and creativity between the two loose groups has produced a healthy ecosystem. Technological innovations made by the blockbuster developers are passed on to indie devs, while new forms of gameplay uncovered by the indies routinely make their way into the mainstream big-budget releases. The Most Inventive New Video Games for Xbox, PlayStation, and Oculus Rift The Most Inventive New Video Games for Xbox, PlayStation, and Oculus Rift
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Game Plan: Making 'Secrets of Raetikon,' a Flight Simulator Made of Triangles Game Plan: Making 'Secrets of Raetikon,' a Flight Simulator Made of Triangles ANIMAL’s feature Game Plan asks video game developers to share a bit about their process and some working images from the creation of a recent game. This week, we spoke with Martin Pichlmair of Vienna indie studio Broken Rules about Secrets of Raetikon, the second game in a series that was born from a vivid dream about flying like a bird. Secrets of Raetikon failed to achieve its crowdfunding objective, missing its Indiegogo goal by several thousand dollars. Funding an indie game isn’t easy, says Martin Pichlmair, one member of the five-person team at the Austrian indie studio Broken Rules.
Estimated delivery date for soundtrack and physical goods: April 2014 Soundtrack Samples Austrian composer, zither and bassoon player Christof Dienz composed a beautiful score for Secrets of Rætikon that will be available once the game is completed. Here are some samples of the music used in-game: Secrets of Rætikon is an atmospheric, open-world, 2D exploration game set in the romantic wilderness of the Alps. SECRETS OF RÆTIKON SECRETS OF RÆTIKON
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Making Good Things: Some Comments on Independent Games | MIT Game Lab As a former lead game design for Magic: The Gathering, I was recently invited to serve as a featured curator for the analog side of Boston Festival of Independent Games. Over the course of this process—as well as in the weeks leading up to it—I had the chance to observe or play almost a dozen games submitted to the Festival for competition. This ruled. It turns out that twenty-four hours of nonstop gaming plus a couple choice pie + PBR specials at a certain Davis Square pizzeria makes for a decent weekend. Who would have thought? Making Good Things: Some Comments on Independent Games | MIT Game Lab
Your Worst Critic | MIT Game Lab This past weekend I had the pleasure of attending the Magic: The Gathering Theros Prerelease in Roanoke, VA, hosted by the awesome Evan Erwin over at StarCityGames.com. A Prerelease is where a bunch of players gather together before the set is officially out, and play for the first time with the cards that have just been spoiled only a few days before. They’re organized at local stores, and offer players the very first chance on the planet to get some games in with the newest expansion set. Theros wasn’t the final Magic set I would work on at Wizards of the Coast, but it was the last set for which I’d be heavily involved. I worked on both the initial and final design teams—placing me in close contact with the card file for the better part of two years—and saw plenty of cards along from their very first incarnation all the way through print. Aside from Lead Designer Mark Rosewater and Lead Developer Erik Lauer, I probably had the most to do with the state of the card file than anyone.
Pour faire un jeu vidéo indé, il suffit de savoir coder (et d'un peu d'argent) Vous avez peut-être déjà entendu dire d’un jeu vidéo qu’il est «indépendant», avec parfois un soupçon de fierté, comme on dirait des chips de légumes qu’on offre à nos invités qu’elles sont bio ou des assiettes dépareillées dans lesquelles on les sert qu’elles sont artisanales? Vous risquez de l’entendre de plus en plus souvent (il arrive même à la presse du métro d’en parler) car le jeu indépendant continue son essor entamé il y a plus de dix ans. publicité Mais comment est-ce seulement possible, économiquement parlant? Pour faire un jeu, avec toute cette 3D et ces images de synthèse si chères au cinéma, il faut assurément faire appel à des moyens techniques considérables, une équipe de 50 personnes et un budget pharaonique… Raté.
If I had actually received mine, I would maybe have tried this. Seeing as literally a year after I was billed, I still had no product, I dug around to get a refund just last week. No company like that deserves my money. The thing about emulators here is that they are on the fringe of legality. By installing them on a legit machine like the ouya is supposed to be, I feel it would defeat the purpose of actually buying one in the first place. 10/02/13 4:52am The OUYA Doesn't Actually Suck: How to Make the Indie Console Great
Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Breath of Fire: Dragon Quarter, connu au Japon comme Breath of Fire V: Dragon Quarter (ブレス オブ ファイアV ドラゴンクォーター, Buresu obu Faia Faibu Doragon Kwōtā?), est un jeu vidéo de rôle développé par Capcom Production Studio 3 et édité par Capcom, sorti en 2002 sur PlayStation 2. C'est le cinquième jeu de la série Breath of Fire. Système de jeu[modifier | modifier le code]
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