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Posted by Simon Carless on 12/24/17 08:35:00 pm in Programming
This installment of Video Game Deep Cuts includes a look at indie standout Donut County, the potential dystopia behind HQ Trivia, and lots more besides.

Posted by Simon Carless on 12/17/17 11:54:00 pm in Programming
This installment of Video Game Deep Cuts includes pieces about the death and rebirth of Dance Dance Revolution, the resurrection of gorgeous vector arcade game Aztarac after its creator's death, and lots more.

Posted by Simon Carless on 12/11/17 11:54:00 am in Programming
This week's top game articles/videos include the story behind Far Cry 5, a wizard-sniffing text adventure, the hillbillies of Grand Theft Auto Online, and lots more.

Posted by Simon Carless on 12/03/17 03:35:00 pm in Programming
This week's best articles and visuals around games include a podcast about Dream Daddies, a wonderful video profile of Million Onion Hotel creator Yoshiro Kimura, and lots more.

Posted by Simon Carless on 11/26/17 02:51:00 pm in Programming
The latest Video Game Deep Cuts includes a look at HAL Laboratory's last self-published title, a poke at a famous game artwork's use of Mario's clouds, and how SOMA's patch allows you to play sans monsters. 

Posted by Simon Carless on 11/19/17 10:41:00 pm in Programming
This installment of the best longform articles & podcasts of the week includes a look at Need For Speed's monetization, Steven Soderbergh's new interactive film project, and a new AIAS podcast talking to Brendan 'PlayerUnknown' Greene.

Posted by Pavel Zagrebelnyy on 11/16/17 04:06:00 am in Programming
Here we present technical details behind rendering of Mud and Water in Spintires:MudRunner, a driving simulation game, developed by Saber Interactive and published by Focus Home Interactive on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC (Steam).

Posted by Simon Carless on 11/12/17 10:17:00 pm in Programming
This weeks articles & videos of the week include how E.T. for Atari 2600 was reviewed on its release, a new Solitaire standout, a video on Hob's design, and multiple Mario / Odyssey pieces.

Posted by Megan Fox on 11/09/17 09:48:00 am in Programming
Ever wanted cool slow-mo pulses in your game? Ever wanted to let your player run around at full-speed while the rest of the game is in slow-mo? Read on!

Posted by Niklas Gray on 11/07/17 09:22:00 am in Programming
Shows some non-obvious tricks you can do with virtual memory.