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An in-depth interview with Christian, the developer behind ManagerLeague about his passions, the history of ManagerLeague, and his impressive game development background!
Today, we interview Ahmed Shefeer, the driving force behind F4Football. A software engineer by profession during the day, and a game designer during the night ;)
Today, we interviewed Jaegar and Carson, the guys behind Guilds of Gods. A great tag team that have worked together in the past and are now heavily into developing their new game together.
Everyone loves to play video games. But, over recent years, more people of all age groups are choosing to game online. There are a lot of different types of online gaming you can enjoy, allowing you to play with friends, as well as compete with players from around the world. Online play takes the action up a notch and can enjoy your gaming experience.
Are you playing browser games and want to know more about the role of chance? It’s an exciting part of games that actually has significant implications related to gameplay. You will see that chance can make games more fun and interesting.
The internet is a weird and wonderful thing, where you can find out almost anything you want to know! However, as well as being a great resource, it can be a great way to spend time too. We thought we would look at some great online hobbies that you can do outside of gaming.
An interview with Daniel, the guy behind Footballtop. It's interesting to see that Daniel didn't start out as a software developer but created a fun and engaging soccer game!
Everyone likes a nice game night with their family and friends. And some of them we can actually entice to play a browser game with us. But alas.. We are in the minority. Not all of our family and friends like to play browser games with us. So sometime we'll have to cave and play "regular video games" as well.
Something else entirely. Sometimes we branch out to well-known non-browser games. If someone asks you about the games that...
Online gaming has now incorporated cross-platform support, something that has changed the scope of modern-day gaming. This has been helped because the most popular consoles have now made it an industry standard to have cross-play support, bringing in a massive influx of players to the online domain.
There are quite a few browser games to choose from to say the least, so how does one pick through the pile and find the best ones? Well, that may be quite difficult. So, here are some great browser games that anyone can play!
After wrapping up their widely successful reboot of the Tomb Raider franchise on PC in 2018, publisher Square Enix has turned its attention to the mobile space with Tomb Raider Reloaded.
During the Lockdown you need some more alternatives than the default games you have in your portfolio. There is a broad selection of video games available today. Some of them are free while others have a monthly subscription. Some gamers assume that free browser games have low quality.
In this interview with Ivan Cuk, we dive into his history, the start of Nations at Risk and what makes the game unique.
Browser games have been making a comeback in 2020 and for a good reason. Read to find out how browser games and gaming as a whole have surged amidst the Covid-19 crisis.
Adam is the developer behind multiple browser based games. Currently two are active and more are coming. In this interview we learn about his current two games (Santa Monica FC, and Where is Caroline?) and his future plans.
Path of Exile is a very successful PC game that has very similar mechanics to a few browser-based games. Of course it has more graphics and faster paced play, but still we wanted to do a quick intro into this popular game.
In the summer of 2020 METROHO suffered a brief downtime. We dive into that and the game itself with Adam, the developer behind the game.
The first trailer for FIFA21 has been launched. A quick view of the new features for this soccer game, that has been in the gaming industry for a long time. What has changed?
We've had a frank interview with Andy, one of the developers behind Elite Forces. Launched On September 1st 202, nice graphics, and looking very interesting.