Joining us today for a quick but thoughtful recap of 2020 is Jehanne Rousseau, founder and CEO of French indie studio Spiders.
Hyper-casual giant Voodoo has won a court case against Istanbul-based publisher Rollic Games, which is owned by Zynga, and developer Hero Games. According to Voodoo’s claims, Hero Games copied key elements of Voodoo’s hit Woodturning.
French publisher Nacon has responded to the open letter posted by The Sinking City developer Frogwares.
Chinese giant Tencent acquired a minority stake in Voodoo, French hyper-casual developer and publisher. Following the deal, Voodoo is valued at $1.4 billion.
Thomas Altenburger, one of the two devs behind the French indie studio Flying Oak Games (best known for NeuroVoider, Dead End, and Hoy), has posted a thread on Twitter discussing strategies for a great pitch.
It’s that time of year again. With Christmas and New Year’s just around the corner, we caught up with Jehanne Rousseau, CEO at French indie studio Spiders, to reflect on what 2019 meant for the company and its latest…
What is the gamedev scene like in France? The French Video Game Trade Association has posted the findings of its annual survey conducted in collaboration with IDATE DigiWorld.
The French version of CS: GO now has an X-ray feature that allows users to scan loot boxes and see their contents before making a purchase. You would think Valve is making the lootbox mechanic…
Four years ago, a French consumer group called UFC-Que Choisir sued Valve over Steam’s Subscriber Agreement. UFC Que Choisir found some of its clauses to be in breach of consumer law.
France’s Bigben Interactive is still on an acquisition binge. Spiders, the makers of The Technomancer and Bound by Flame, becomes the latest studio to join Bigben.