Game developers discuss politics in games amid controversy around Six Days in Fallujah
Six Days in Fallujah is controversial war shooter that continues to cause debate online. After its creators said that the game won’t be a “political commentary,” some developers questioned whether games should touch political topics at all.
Liftoff teams up with mobile marketing tech companies to launch Post-IDFA Alliance
Liftoff, a global mobile app marketing optimisation platform, announced the launch of the Post-IDFA Alliance. Liftoff is joined by other mobile marketing technology companies like Fyber, Chartboost, InMobi, Vungle and Singular.
Tilting Point on launching St. Petersburg studio: “Russia has deep pools of talent and experience”
At the end of January, US game developer Tilting Point announced the launch of a St. Petersburg, Russia-based studio. We have discussed the new studio and the challenges it’s facing with Samir El-Agili, the president of Tilting Point.
Unity’s Kim Jabal: “Our real competition is businesses that still have their own home-grown tech”
Unity doesn’t see Unreal Engine as a real competitor. Not on mobile at least. This is according to Kim Jabal, chief financial officer at Unity, who thinks that companies using proprietary engines present a more serious challenge.