2019 Trends and Predictions in the Games Industry

The global video game industry went through some exciting developments. —January 16th, 2019 To start the year, we wanted to go over some of the most major on-going trends, and provide predictions on how they will continue to impact the gaming landscape in 2019. A Revolution in Game Streaming & Advertising Just recently, Google unveiled “Project Stream” and soon afterwards

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Tetris: from video game to therapy

Exploring the latest scientific study that extols the mental-health benefits of clearing those digital lines — December 28th,  2018 In the 2011 documentary film Ecstasy of Order, the world’s best Tetris players go head to head, demonstrating their skills and declaring their devotion to the biggest-selling video game of all time. For former world champion Harry Hong, the connection is a profound one. “When I’m

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Top 5 Video Game Vehicles We Would Love To Drive

In many video games, cars and vehicles are an important thing. They are in racing games, first-person shooters, and even non-racing releases. What are the top 5 video game vehicles? In this list, we are going to find out. — November 30th,  2018 5. Police cars SOURCE:APTGADGET.COM The first and the last generic entry on this list are going to

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Master Any Classic Video Game

Now you can finally conquer all those vintage games you loved to play with a little help from artificial intelligence! — November 19th,  2018 Surfing the web in search of cool hacks and new games, we ran into a cool post published on technologyreview.com. It talks about how a new Python library provides a way to train a reinforcement-learning algorithms to play just about

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Adobe’s New Experiment = Cool Music

What if your tone-deaf humming could sound good? That’s the premise of a new experiment from Adobe that aims to turn your voice into music. — October 17th,  2018 It’s called Project Kazoo, and it could one day make soundtrack creation as simple as humming a quick tune. The software, which is still in a prototype phase, uses a technology

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