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Indie game development firm discusses the tools and techniques it uses to create its products, and also reveals the secret behind making a great game
Evelyn, developer of The Collage Atlas and Skyrocket story, discusses what tools and programming languages he uses, and the secret behind making a great game
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Resident Evil 7 has just launched, but what else can we look forward to?
Early Access, love it or loathe it, you still have to live with it - so here's our rundown of some of the best games right now, and one you'll definitely want to steer well clear of!
Launch sees pricing for Nintendo's do-or-die device way above expectations
Tech entrepreneur and founder of SpaceX explains his mission to build a city on Mars
Computing runs down from 20 to 11 in its all-time ranking of the best Amiga games from yesteryear
Valve deploys 100Gbps network services from Level 3 to manage rocketing demand for online gaming [UPDATED]
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Mark James, security specialist at ESET, gives nine tips on how to protect children online this Christmas
Using big data to build 'a concierge in your pocket': an interview with Genting Casinos UK IT director Chris Ashworth
Chris Ashworth tells Computing how big data, analytics, mobile, cloud and Tibco business intelligence are helping to futureproof the casino group
DataStax co-founder Matt Pfeil explains how real-time and interactive services are transforming the gaming industry, and how other companies can use the same approaches too