Category: Games

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Blockchain Technology Disrupting the iGaming Industry

iGaming is gradually developing around the digital technology of blockchain. The general public mostly associates blockchain with cryptocurrencies, most notably Bitcoin. However, blockchain technology brings something far more useful to the table that has already achieved significant gains thanks to...

/ December 9, 2019
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Is Python Good for Game Development?

The gaming industry generates nearly $140 billion in revenue each year. If you are a game developer, finding a way to cash in on your skills shouldn’t be too hard. However, the only way to create a popular game is...

/ September 11, 2019
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Monitor vs. TV – What’s Better for Your Gaming Experience

The gaming industry continues to deliver exceptional games that gamers around the world can enjoy. In an effort to improve the overall gaming experience, the gaming industry now develops games that are full of exceptional details, excellent graphics and oftentimes...

/ January 11, 2019

3 Ways 3D Modeling is Used in Video Game Development

3D modeling has become more and more common across different industries, but especially in the world of video game development. Today, 3D assets are an integral part of most games released on the market. 3D models are responsible for making...

/ December 20, 2018

3 Ways VR is Changing Gaming Experience

Technology has, and continues to reshape the world we live in. Nowadays, most of the people can’t even imagine their lives without the technology and its innovations. It’s safe to say that modern tech always finds its way to become...

/ July 31, 2018

Top 5 Mobile Games You Should Try in 2018

When it comes to the issue of video games, most people focus on AAA games for PC or major consoles, while completely disregarding mobile games. On the other hand, with more and more people becoming inseparable from their phones, this...

/ May 29, 2018
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Games I Think Should be on the Real Sega Classic

On November 11th, we witnessed the release and a near instant sell-out of NES Classic – the new console which is actually a blast from the past, bringing us the age-old classics such as Super Mario Bros., Castlevania and Donkey...

/ November 30, 2016
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The Rise of Web Browser Games

This article was brought to you in collaboration with Jay Allsopp. When you take a look at how gaming has evolved, we now live in an age that doesn’t look recognizable to the yesterday of technology. Gone are those pesky...

/ July 7, 2016
E3 2016

Best E3 2016 Game Reveals So Far

It is that time of the year again and we are back at the E3 (short for Electronic Entertainment Expo). Some would say that the only thing that can measure up to playing the game for the very first time...

/ June 15, 2016
Call of Duty

To Infinity and Beyond – Call of Duty Infinite Warfare and Modern Warfare

There are only two things certain in life: death and that new Call of Duty games will keep getting published annually. However, what is so specific about this year’s installments is that this time Activision has taken a radically new...

/ May 5, 2016