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A deep dive with Kote on the team and story behind The Open League, a football management game with a nice integration of Discord, bots and player interaction.
How did Mafia Omerta start? Learn about the start and history of Mafia Omerta, told by its creator Josh.
Bloodletting is a unique game where writing is part of your game story and level progression. We talk to Mike about the start and the current situation of Bloodletting.
Mantas takes us on a tour of the origin story and history behind the unique game Armygrid, a combination of chess, tower defense and expansion.
Dive with us and Steve into this baseball simulator and management game Broken Bat.
Mica takes us on a journey through the almost 30 year history of Phoenix: Beyond the Stellar Empire. Learn about the history and things that make the game unique!
An interview with Dave on his upcoming Made Man Mafia game that has been in his head since 2012, but started getting form in 2020!
Wolfgang cannot code at all, but has created and managed the successful Table Tennis Manager game! Interesting to read about his struggles as a non-programmer.
A candid interview with Michael, the mystery man behind SimpleMMO. He shares lots of info and funny tidbits about the history and current state of SimpleMMO.
An interview with Mike about the game he revived: Street Racerz. From a big database crash to a running and growing game!
Read all about Mark and his story around making Monsters & Mayors. How it all started, and how he got to 3000 players.
Are you looking for some fun and exciting text-based massively multiplayer online role-playing games to play this month? If so, here are five of the best you should check out.
Today we interview Callum, the developer behind Hooves of Fire. Learn how he started the game, and how it evolved over time from Flash to Unity.
Nations at Risk has been gaining popularity amongst online nation simulation game enthusiasts and has recently rolled out an extensive update. Learn more about all the changes here!
Interesting role-playing games have ceased to be released as often as before, so we decided to recall several projects worthy of your attention, which many have already forgotten, and some have never heard of at all.
Rest in peace, Adobe Flash (Jan. 1996 â€“ Dec. 2020). This plug-in was everywhere around the internet for a generation. Every high-quality online game or video would run on it. However, crippling security breaches and constant crashes urged for a replacement plug-in. It leaves online players with two big questions...
The major advantage of Browser Games is undoubtedly free access. When looking for a new browser game, it is possible to find questionable addresses where Browser Games are advertised as must-haves. One click is enough to access these addresses and recover many malware viruses or even undergo intrusions of ransomware via webcam blackmail.
A long interview with Scott about the history and current state of BrowserQuests. How it started, where he got his ideas, and how the future looks!
The gaming industry and the gambling industry are two of the biggest worldwide. They have similarities, attract some of the same people and in recent years we are seeing them move closer and closer together.
The casino industry is huge and over the past decade, it has grown even further, with much of that growth coming thanks to the hundreds of new games that are released onto the market on a regular basis.