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Video Game Industry Statistics

The industry continues to grow at an incredible rate, bringing in more than $10 billion in revenue in 2009. What’s even more surprising is that only $500 million of that came from computer game sales; the majority of gamers in 2009 were still spending their money on traditional consoles and accessories. We can expect that

Come spendere 15 eur

QUIZ – Come investire 15 euro – Ho 15 eur a disposizione e voglio farli rendere il piu’ possibile e ho 3 ore a disposizione della mia serata, cosa faccio? Vado al cinema con la ragazza, prendo una birra con gli amici o gioco a poker online? 😉 Link

3D Hive

This infographic provides information about the 3D hive program, which is a 3D program built to teach about playing video games. This infographic shows how to create your own hive.

The Great Android Gaming Survey

Last Wednesday we kicked off our Great Android Gaming Survey, a 15-question survey covering all aspects of mobile gaming. In that short time, over 3,500 of you completed our survey, giving us an epic data set to work with. Link

SWTOR Flashpoints, Operations & Items

If you’re wondering which flashpoints and operations award certain items and which levels are they suited for, the following illustration will certainly help. It’s a handy resource for all The Old Republic players. Link

Zynga’s Dream Heights Ready to Build Tiny Towers

There’s been plenty of controversy regarding the visual similarities between NimbleBit’s popular Tiny Tower and Zynga’s Dream Heights, but now the public can check out the full monty. Zynga announced that Dream Heights, which “surely isn’t the first of many great games already in this category” according to the publisher, is now widely available. Link

The Rise of Minecraft

November 18, 2011 marks the Minecraft release out of beta. Follow the rise of Minecraft, from it’s humble beginnings as a one-man experimental project to its overwhelming success in the gaming industry accruing over $1 million in weekly sales. With close to $0 spent on advertising, Minecraft’s popularity can be marked by this year’s sold-out