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Las Vegas SunThe subsidiary acquired the Israel-based Pacific Interactive, which owns the slot machine-style app House of Fun. The game, launched in 2011, boasts 700,000 daily users. Caesars Interactive Entertainment Inc. did not disclose financial terms of the …Caesars Acquires Pacific InteractiveCBS Local all 7 news articles …read more Source: Las Vegas News By Google ...

Android CommunityA new casual style game has recently arrived in the Play Store. The game is called Flappy Bird and while we use the term casual to describe the style of gameplay, we may be more accurate by saying addictive. So with that, we offer the warning about how …Developer Behind “Flappy Bird,” The Impossible Game Blowing Up The App …TechCrunch9 reasons why Flappy Bird has become the latest viral gaming hitAuthint MailFlappy Bird: What’s your high score?The Periscope PostThe Epoch Times –NDTVall...

CES in Las Vegas proved bigger is better, gaming has returned, and we’re all …Metro WeeklyPrepare for the two buzzwords of CES 2014: Ultra HD (also known as 4K) and OLED, both heralded as the next great technology to enter our humble screens. Anyone else remember when 3D was similarly lauded by manufacturers? Just me? Okay. …read more Source: CES News By Google ...

Hot gaming gadgets from CES 2014USA TODAYWhile products like curved televisions, 3-D printers and driverless cars garnered the most attention at the big CES show in Las Vegas, there were plenty of video-game-related products worth getting excited about. From virtual reality (VR) headsets and … and more …read more Source: CES News By Google ...

USA TODAYSpy organizations including the National Security Agency have reportedly set their sights on a new target: online video games. According to a report from The Guardian, agents have covertly joined games such as World of Warcraft and Second Life to find …Spy agencies have targeted Xbox Live and World of Warcraft, report claimsComputerandvideogames.comGovernment infiltrates Xbox Live and World of Warcraft in search of terroristsGameSpotThe NSA is looking for terrorists in online games, says SnowdenGamasutraProPublica –The...

Man robbed, killed while trying to sell gaming systemabc7news.comSAN FRANCISCO — San Francisco police say a person was robbed and killed Sunday afternoon after making arrangements online to sell an electronic gaming device. The fatal shooting occurred around 3:30 p.m. near Bayshore Boulevard and Jerrold … and more …read more Source: San Francisco News By Google ...

The IGDA Sexy Party Controversy for 2013 is rounding to a close after CEO Sana N Choudary released a statement saying that there was a mistaken in identity of just who gave the sexy dancer party at San Francisco’s Ruby Syke Nightclub last week – turns out there were two parties at the same event, one by YetiZen on Tuesday and the other by Wargaming on Wednesday. It was the Wargamining Party that had the sexy women dancing around. Moreover, Sana N Choudary says that YetiZen is not a member of IGDA. But. While YetiZen managed...

IGDA Party confusion is at play in the controversy surrounding the San Francisco Ruby Sky Party where sexily-dressed female dancer models performed, upsetting a number of women attendees of the event, and causing some to quit the game developers association, and Twitter tweet about it in the process. First, the confusion stems from the now identified fact that there were not one, but two parties held at San Francisco’s Ruby Sky: the first one on Tuesday March 26th, was one thrown by YetiZen and its CEO Sana N Choudary. Second,...

The title’s a bit misleading, as you might think the legendary Don Daglow wrote this blog post. No. What I’m saying is this is a quick blog post before I interview Mr. Daglow at 4 PM, PST. Now two things: first, who’s Don Daglow and second what do I think of GDC so far? OK. Well, to the first, if you’ve ever wondered who made the first Star Trek computer game, or the first computer-based baseball game, or the first graphical massively-multiplayer online role-playing game, that’s Don Daglow. He created Star...

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I am writing from the lobby of the W Hotel waiting for my friend Randy and after my attendance at Day Four of this five-day Game Developers Conference, or GDC. Now, I found out about the conference via Randy, who’s in the business of placing ads in games. Well, he was in the business. His company AdSacpe Media was just purchased by Google for about $23 million. So now it seems Randy’s not going to be retained by the firm. He came to the conference in search of a job. Me? I came not because Randy told me about it —...