Gamelodge aims to allow users to play and build games with friends for VR and desktop

 Gamelodge, an app where users can play user-made VR and desktop games, and build games with others in real time, launched on Kickstarter last week. The app offers a smooth and optimized development process by utilizing the simple coding language Miniscript and eliminating some of the typical game development roadblocks. The team, consisting of Brendan Lockhart and […]

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The Most Star-Studded Dungeons & Dragons Event Ever Assembled Aims to Raise Money for Red Nose Day Charity

D&D Live 2020: Roll w/ Advantage Brings All Gamers Together Online to Reveal the Latest D&D Storyline, Including Karen Gillan & David Harbour People all over the world continue to stay safe by staying home, but that doesn’t mean the adventuring has to stop. Dungeons & Dragons is more popular than ever because it allows people to weave compelling […]

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Dual Universe Aims for the Stars With an Updated Roadmap

In a recent video recorded in Novaquark’s Montreal studio, the company’s CEO Jean-Christophe Baillie addressed changes to the Dual Universe roadmap, while maintaining the game’s key dates. With an Alpha 3 still scheduled to release in January 2020, the future looks bright for prospective players and backers alike.  Watch the Community Update here: https://youtu.be/pqg0XeHL9sk 2019 […]

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Microsoft quietly testing a project ZDNet journalist Mary Jo Foley then found what looked like the Bali website. The site reportedly required a code

Microsoft is quietly testing a project that aims to hand people complete control over their online data

Microsoft is discreetly taking a shot at a task codenamed “Bali,” which could give clients considerably more power over their own information. Bali was first spotted by a Twitter client, and columnists at that point found what resembled the venture’s site. The site portrayed Bali as “another individual information bank which places clients responsible for […]

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