Game Development, Gaming, Innovations

Movies vs. games: who wins?

The history of filmmaking can be traced back to as early as the 17th century, where magic lanterns were used. Back then, films were all made in shades of black and white only. Also, many of the times, special effects are done manually by workers. As time progressed, technology improved the quality of films largely,… Continue reading Movies vs. games: who wins?

Gaming, Mobile

How can game developers avoid cloning?

The mobile and social gaming industry is experiencing an invasion of clones. While cloning has a long and varied history, it has become more prevalent with the explosion of social and mobile games. As development times decrease and the useful lifetime of games diminishes, cloning has become more lucrative: games are easier to copy and… Continue reading How can game developers avoid cloning?