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    September 18th, 2015admin39Games

    News from Business Insider:

    Internet ArchiveA screenshot from “Bernie Arcade.”
    Before he was a Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) was the star of his own computer game — and it’s basically the most Bernie Sanders thing ever.
    The game, “Bernie Arcade,” was featured on his campaign site beginning in the 2006 race during which he won his Senate seat. You can still play the game, thanks to the web archive.
    It features many of the themes on which Sanders has focused while earning a reputation as one of the most outspoken liberals [...] Continue Reading…

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    September 10th, 2015admin39Games

    News from ABC News:
    Windows 95, the operating system update that changed the way millions of people interacted with their computers, was released 20 years ago today.
    It may be a dinosaur and virtually extinct today, but PC fans have a special reverence for the update that helped shape future generations of Windows and the way we navigate our computers.

    Microsoft Is 40 and Fabulous, Thanks to These 40 People, Products and Moments

    After the launch of Windows 95 on Aug. 24, 1995, Microsoft reported the software sold 7 million copies in its first five weeks as more people began to have home [...] Continue Reading…

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    September 9th, 2015admin39Online Games

    News from
    Defending national champion Ohio State will open its 2015 slate against the only team it lost to last season: Virginia Tech.
    The Buckeyes hosted the Hokies in Week 2 last season and lost a 35–21 stunner. But this year, Virginia Tech gets Ohio State at home and will be gunning for another upset.
    For Ohio State, many familiar faces return. So many, in fact, that Braxton Miller is moving to H-back and
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    Argentina and Mexico are set to square off on Tuesday at AT&T Stadium [...] Continue Reading…

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    September 4th, 2015admin39Online Games

    News from SB Nation:

    Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

    The Seahawks have a couple of position battles to look out for in this one, including who will serve as Marshawn Lynch’s backup in Robert Turbin’s absence.
    For a team as battle-tested as the Seahawks, the fourth preseason game is usually especially meaningless. But this year, the defending NFC champions have a couple of positional battles to sort out when they host the Raiders on Thursday night.
    The offense has been disappointing for Seattle all preseason long — the team hasn’t scored a touchdown with Russell Wilson under center. The offensive line was probably the b……………. [...] Continue Reading…

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    September 2nd, 2015admin39Online Games

    News from Mic:
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    A New Study Shows How Hard It Is to Get a Job, While Republicans Miss the Point Entirely

    Obama Just Did Something About Climate Change That No President Before Him Has Done

    In One Quote, Elizabeth Warren Perfectly Sums Up Why We Need More Women in Politics

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    News from Bleeding Green Nation:

    Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

    Learn more about the Eagles-Jets preseason matchup that is set to take place Thursday evening at MetLife Stadium.
    The Philadelphia Eagles 2015 NFL preseason schedule finishes up this week. The Eagles are [...] Continue Reading…

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    August 31st, 2015admin39Mobile Games

    News from Boing Boing:

    Zach Gage is consistently one of the most elegant designers of our time. This week, we can say he’s done a meaningful refresh on computer Solitaire (one of the most-played video games of all time, thanks to the iconic Windows bundle), and not really be exaggerating.
    Recently-released iOS game Sage Solitaire is part Solitaire, part poker, in its way: You have 3 rows of 3 cards each (so nine piles) to clear from top to bottom, and you do this by building “hands”, like pairs or straight flushes. When you’re stuck you can use a limited “trash” [...] Continue Reading…

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    August 24th, 2015admin39Mobile Games

    News from Geek:
    Mobile By Meredith Placko Aug. 24, 2015 12:16 pm
    Riot Games may not have found their Next Big Thing to succeed the wildly popular League of Legends, but they have put out a fun little mobile game that die-hard Summoners and the uninitiated might enjoy. Blitzcrank’s Poro Roundup is a side-scrolling, gotta-catch-em-all style game where you play as Blitzcrank trying to round up all his poros before you get eaten by Baron Nashor. Along the way you battle other Champions as you gain coin to unlock items and other power ups.

    It’s a bit confusing to get the hang of [...] Continue Reading…

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    August 21st, 2015admin39Games

    News from Irish Independent:

    Peter Flanagan

    Published 21/08/2015 | 02:30

    Keywords said the deal was “in line with our strategy of growing both organically and by acquisition”
    Dublin-based specialist video game firm Keywords Studios has acquired Liquid Development, a provider of outsourced art services for the video games industry internationally which is based in Portland, Oregon.

    Keywords focuses on making games available to international audiences, usually by translating them into languages around t……………. continues on Irish Independent
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    MIAMI — Christian Varona didn’t rely [...] Continue Reading…

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    August 19th, 2015admin39Mobile Games

    News from VentureBeat:
    Parents are dropping a serious amount of cash to keep their kids’ tablets and smartphones filled with games.
    Spending on games for children makes up 7.8 percent of the worldwide mobile gaming market, according to industry intelligence firm SuperData Research. That’s $ 1.9 billion spent on apps like Minecraft: Pocket Edition, Crossy Road, and Animal Jam. But that money is not necessarily coming from the same kinds of free-to-play games that dominate in other sectors. Instead, premium-priced games with upfront costs make up a respectable ratio of the total revenue.
    Developers that want to capture some of that spending, which is [...] Continue Reading…

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    August 18th, 2015admin39Games

    News from TechCrunch:A conspiracy has been hatched by the world’s top Triple-A and indie developers to change the way computer games are financed. It’s called Fig. It’s a highly curated reward and equity crowdfunding funding platform just for games.
    Each month, Fig will debut one major studio title and one independent release, and already has campaigns lined up from lauded studios like Obsidian Entertainment, inXile Entertainment and Double Fine. Fans can fund games to earn traditional rewards like downloadable content or a chance to meet the developer.
    But if developers want, they can allow “accredited investors” with net worths over $ 1 million [...] Continue Reading…

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