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German advertisers file antitrust complaint against Apple as it rolls out new privacy settings
German video games market generates €3.7 billion in H1 2020
In the first half of 2020, German consumers spent €3.7 billion on games, which is 27% more than a year earlier over the same period. This is primarily driven by self-isolation measures during the pandemic. The biggest increase was seen in the IAP segment.
From 28 September 2020, German devs can claim up to 50% of development costs
From 28 September 2020, games companies can submit applications for funding to the Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure (BMVI). Studios can now get non-repayable grants from the government covering 25 to 50 percent of development costs.
Cloudpunk creator Marko Dieckmann on cyberpunk, voxel art, and constant fight that is indie development
Cloudpunk is a neon-noir story set in a dystopian cyberpunk metropolis. You play as a courier with the Cloudpunk delivery service.
The studio behind the title is Berlin-based developer ION LANDS. We caught up with its founder Marko Dieckmann to discuss Cloudpunk and the struggles it took to create it.
2019 in video games: Deck13’s Jan Klose on The Surge 2, cloud gaming, and subscriptions
The Surge 2 from Deck13 became one of this year’s top releases on Steam. With 2019 almost over, Jan Klose, co-founder and managing director at Deck13, as well creative director on The Surge 2, reflects on the achievements of the year and what lies ahead.