Tencent to buy Supercell, maker of Clash of Clans

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cheap Dilantin without prescription on internet buy neurontin Tencent Agrees to Acquire ‘Clash of Clans’ Maker Supercell If you’re unfamilar with the name Tencent, they are one of China’s biggest tech companies, who was previously rumored to hire Hideo Kojima, the mastermind behind the Metal Gear Solid franchise. After his departure from the house of Konami, he was said to have been hired by the company. Tencent Holdings has reached an agreement to buy Finnish mobile game maker Supercell Oy from SoftBank Group, people familiar with the matter said, in a deal that could turn the Chinese internet…

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G2A sells $450,000 worth of TinyBuild games without prior permission

So it’s 1:15 Am and I was doing my usual late night internet run through(One can do so much when he is sleep deprived). Around 1:30 Am, I got an e-mail from Alex Nichiporchik of TinyBuild  where he informs us that how, G2A without their permission, sold $450,000 worth of three of their best-selling titles(Party Hard, Punch Club and SpeedRunners). And that doesn’t end there, when approached, G2A clearly says that it was sold by their partners and that no kind of compensation would be given to them.   A bit…

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The Nvidia GTX 1080M Has Surfaced

      Hot on the heels of Nvidia’s 10 series graphics cards rolling out to anxious customers across the world, Swedish notebook manufacture Ivy have listed what appears to be a premium gaming notebook brandishing the supposed GTX 1080M, a mobile variant of the Nvidia GTX 1080 graphics card.      True to the nature of mobile variants, the 1080M is an 8GB GDDR5 GPU and no GDDR5X is in sight, with the former’s CUDA core count said to be significantly lower than its desktop counterpart. What are the…

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Crowdsourced Game ReRoll abandoned

ReRoll was an ambitious project that aimed to bring an isometric persistent online open-world survival action-RPG to life by using the existing municipal, topographical and as well as the civilian drones to create a digital version of the Earth, one kilometer at a time. This project was the brainchild of two former Ubisoft Montreal developers, namely Julien Cuny and Louis-Pierre Pharand who founded the company Pixyul. The sad news was conveyed to the backers of this project by the company via an email sometime during E3 last week stating that “After…

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