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Here's a rundown of the winners in the local game development scene's 2019 Game On Awards!
Game Jam+ wants to push indie game development a step further by encouraging creators to think about business models, marketing, and the people who will eventually play their game
In celebration of PRIDE month, meet some LGBTQ+ Philippine game developers who take pride not just in their work, but in themselves
Interested in making games as a a hobby or to learn new skills? Gwen Foster of the International Game Developers Association's Manila chapter in the Philippines shares some tips and advice on getting started.
Is it possible to create a fully playable game within 48 hours? With a healthy serving of hard work, idealism, and some help, it can be done!
With rumors of announcements for new consoles and services, gamers may want to tune into the conference this year
A recent patent for a game controller hints that Google is also expected to unveil a device to go with the service
Rappler talks with Cristopher David of VR Philippines about virtual reality and augmented reality technology and the passion that's put into breaking it out of niche status
Google will be holding its Game Developers Conference keynote address on March 19
Originally meant as a piece of DLC for 'Hollow Knight,' 'Hollow Knight: Silksong' is now being developed as a sequel to the original title
Microsoft's releasing a software development kit at GDC 2019 which would allow game developers to 'connect players between iOS, Android, and Switch in addition to Xbox and any game in the Microsoft Store on Windows PCs'
Game ‘Warung Chain: Go Food Express’ mengalahkan hampir 200 games lokal yang mendaftar
Synergy 88 is the Philippines first Microsoft certified development studio We talk to one of its founders Jackie Chua about their achievement and what she thinks the industry needs to reel in more such projects
From survival horror steeped in Filipino folklore to a politics simulator the Filipino game development scene showed a lot of promise in 2016
7 PH game studios represent the country at one of the world s most important gaming expos
Ubisoft will be offering internships at its upcoming Laguna facility prioritizing DLSU students
Around 50 games for PlayStation VR are also expected to be out by the end of 2016 says Sony
“Nightfall’ is a locally developed game available worldwide and can serve as tool to introduce elements of Philippine culture to a global audience
Starting next week the National Telecommunications Commission will monitor if Internet service providers are complying with new rules on minimum broadband speed
Local game developers may be skilled at making video games but they need to learn how to promote their work Let s Play Manila co founder s Josh Bautista says
What will it take for the Philippines to catapult itself on the world’s stage as a leader in video gaming?
Filipino game developers are well versed in different kinds of art allowing them to do outsourced game development for foreign companies in addition to creating original games says game producer Gwen Foster
In a GDC poll of over 2 000 North American developers 26 said they are developing games for the PS4 and 22 for the Xbox One However 56 say they are developing games for the PC
‘Making games is a craft and like any craft you’ll improve with experience’
Bari has achieved indie fame due to the success of his game called Pretentious Game
Manila based startup Altitude Games will announce its first title in May at Singapore s Casual Connect Asia game development conference
Smartphones and tablets gaining popularity in the gaming world
If the Philippines can tap into the video game industry on a larger scale it would mean a lot of jobs and the potential for economic growth
The next genre altering may very well come from Game On Philippines 2012