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Sponsored: Nobody cares about your app idea - Here's how to change that  
by Joel Thomas, Agora.io [06.26.20]
People download and delete apps at a dizzying pace, ravenous for new games. Let's figure out why your idea deserves to exist, and how you can make it matter to today's mobile users.
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Sponsored: Embracing the future of open-source game servers with Nakama  
by Heroic Labs [06.15.20]
Whether you're building a realtime intensive game with server authoritative physics to detect bullet pathing and collision or a Merge style game with deeply social player accounts, Nakama can do it all.
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Sponsored: Learn to build fast, secure, and reliable game servers in this free webinar  
by Cloudflare [05.11.20]
Now more than ever, ensuring the security, performance, and reliability of game servers is important to the success of online gaming companies.
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Sponsored: Beyond game design - 5 absolutely vital jobs in game development  
by Jam City [12.02.19]
It can take anywhere from a few to hundreds of people to make a game, but when talking about careers in game development people often think that the only path is open to designers, producers, and QA Testers.
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Tips on porting your indie game (and how we can help!)  
by Matthew Tighe, CTO and Founder; Steve Longhurst​, Technical Director, DO games [03.06.19]
Indies can handle porting by themselves, but there's significant investment required - likely several months per platform. DO games' tech leads offer tips on porting, and explore whether a dev partner is right for your game.
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Make the most of your crowdfunding success!  
by Xsolla [02.27.19]
How do you seamlessly transition from your successful crowdfunding campaign to your own platform? Xsolla Store is the solution.
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A culture of quality: Friday the 13th dev IllFonic is hiring
by Shannon Gerritzen, director of communications for IllFonic [01.28.19]
IllFonic, the studio that developed the no. 3 game on Playstation Store for 2017 Friday the 13th: The Game, is ramping up production on several unannounced projects.
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Q&A: A chat with Magic Leap's interaction experts  
by John-Michael Bond [10.11.18]
During Magic Leap's inaugural L.E.A.P. Conference in Los Angeles, we sat down with Brian Schwab, director of the company's Interaction Lab, and Aleissia Laidacker, interaction director, to talk about the future of mixed reality.
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Magic Leap touts diversity, makes case for game devs to come aboard 1
by John-Michael Bond [10.10.18]
During Magic Leap's first keynote presentation ever, the mixed reality startup plead its case for developers to join in on the ground floor of something special.
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The first Magic Leap game from Peter Jackson's AR studio is positively 'buggy'  
by John-Michael Bond [10.10.18]
While we explored creation tools, medical AR, science games, and a wonderful shooter at L.E.A.P., the star of the demo sessions was Wingnut AR's hysterical Pest Control.
VR, Sponsored Article, Magic Leap

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Feeding cloned cheeseburgers to a T-Rex is a joy in Magic Leap's 'Create'  
by John-Michael Bond [10.10.18]
Create is a Magic Leap app that might at first seem like a kids game, but quickly reveals itself to have a level of depth that will keep even adult players enraptured.
VR, Design, Video, Sponsored Article, Magic Leap

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Dr. Grordbort's Invaders may just be Magic Leap's killer app 3
by John-Michael Bond [10.10.18]
We had a chance to give the mixed reality shooter Dr. Grordbort’s Invaders a whirl at Magic Leap's L.E.A.P. Conference in LA on Tuesday -- and it was a delightful experience that didn't disappoint.
VR, Design, Video, Sponsored Article, Magic Leap

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'The Navigator's' life-size mech shows off Magic Leap's otherworldly potential 4
by John-Michael Bond [10.09.18]
Meow Wolf's crew of artists and developers specialize in creating vivid AR scenarios, and The Navigator, on display at L.E.A.P. was a stunning example of how Magic Leap can be used to enhance these experiences.
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Catch up on Magic Leap's L.E.A.P. Conference here!  
by Staff [10.09.18]
Get inspired by visionary developers from Epic, ILMxLAB, Unity Technologies and more at Magic Leap's first creator conference. Follow Gamasutra's live coverage, in partnership with Magic Leap!
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Sponsored: A practical way to make more money from your mobile games
by Amelia Zins, Facebook Audience Network [07.09.18]
Amelia Zins from Facebook Audience Network takes a deeper view into the field of app bidding, which is causing app publishers and game developers to pause and take notice.
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Sponsored: How one Korean studio brought its hit mobile game to VR  
by Nanali Studios [05.14.18]
Nanali Studios from Seoul, South Korea explains the process of bringing its mobile game with over 500K downloads to VR.
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Sponsored: Why Montreal data centers are the best choice for video games  
by ROOT Data Center [05.07.18]
Fast speeds, low costs, and lots of flexibility: These are the reasons to consider Montreal data centers for your next-generation video games.
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Sponsored: How Shopify enables game developers to monetize with merch  
by Corey Pollock, Product Manager, Shopify [04.23.18]
If you're not selling merchandise from right inside your game, you may be leaving money on the table. Corey Pollock explains how Shopify can help game devs take advantage of the rapidly-growing merchandising segment.
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Sponsored: Join this free live webinar on cross-platform multiplayer game dev!  
by Amazon GameLift [04.17.18]
In this free webinar, join AWS and Amazon GameLift and learn how to support cross-platform play for your multiplayer game. Register now!
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Sponsored: Designing architecture to support cross-platform play  
by Bruce Brown, Peter Chapman [04.12.18]
Experts from the Amazon GameLift team take an informative deep-dive into the architecture of cross-platform multiplayer games.
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