• Blog: Designing more social multiplayer games via the Trust Spectrum

    7 monthes ago - By Gamasutra

    Working with Google, vetern game dev Raph Koster shares a design lens and framework (built on extensive research, prototypes, & metrics) for designing prosocial games that build trust between players. ...
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  • Micromax invests in AI-based start-up 'One Labs', will pre-install app on its devices

    Micromax invests in AI-based start-up 'One Labs', will pre-install app on its devices

    7 monthes ago - By TechRadar

    Domestic consumer electronics manufacturers, Micromax today announced that they have invested in an AI based startup One Labs, which has developed a Google Assistant like chat bot. This move is concentrated on providing products and services that serve solution to the ever-changing consumer needs. One Labs has developed ‘inOne' platform, which is an all-in-one stop for services like food, shopping, travel, deals, cabs and more. Further, One Labs has built an AI-enabled voice/chat bot solution named One Assistant. It bundles services available on ‘inOne' in a virtual format. It is said that...
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  • Google Expands 'Instant Apps' to Android Games

    Google Expands 'Instant Apps' to Android Games

    7 monthes ago - By PCMag

    Google 'instant apps' let you play a portion of a game before committing to a full download. Just look for the 'Try now' button.
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  • Just a Line lets you draw on the real world with your phone

    Just a Line lets you draw on the real world with your phone

    7 monthes ago - By SlashGear

    Google is no stranger to phone-based augmented reality. But while it was there on the scene years before Apple put out its ARKit, Google didn't make the best use of its lead. It's trying to catch up with ARCore, but the limited number of supported devices, not to mention apps, isn't exactly making it an easy sell. Then comes Just...
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  • PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is rolling out on mobile worldwide

    PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds is rolling out on mobile worldwide

    7 monthes ago - By The Next Web

    If you've been hankering to start kicking ass and taking names in PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds aka PUBG, you'll be glad to know that the blockbuster multiplayer game is now available on Android and iOS for free in the US and 122 other regions across the globe. The 100-player-battle-royale title previously soft-launched in Canada last week. China's Tencent Games, which developed the mobile version in collaboration with PUBG Corp., is gradually rolling it out worldwide; although the company officially announced only the US release, I found it to be available on Google Play here in India at...
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  • PUBG for Android is now live in the US Google Play Store

    7 monthes ago - By Talk Android

    PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds made a splash in the gaming scene with its addictive Battle Royale style gameplay, and the thought of getting it on mobile has been very exciting. Its main competitor, Fortnite, has already announced an Android version, but PUBG managed to beat it to the punch with a soft launch in Canada. Today, that...
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  • Google Play Instant games now available, lets you try games without even installing them

    Google Play Instant games now available, lets you try games without even installing them

    7 monthes ago - By AndroidPhoneFans

    Almost 2 years since Google originally announced the feature back during Google I/O 2016 , “Google Play Instant” is now rolling out for games inside the Play Store app. Announced at Game Developers Conference 2018 , the feature lets you tap to play games instantly on your phone - no download necessary.
    It's a great way to sample a game without committing to a full download, saving data, storage space, and time should you happen to not like a title very much. We've already seen this with specific apps in the Play Store, but today marks the first time it's finally ready for game titles as...
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