Game Industry

The Death of Flash and Rewriting Old Code

https://www.gamasutra.com/blogs/DougPearson/20171212/311570/Post_Mortem_The_Death_of_Flash_and_Rewriting_14_Million_Lines_of_Code.php Adobe recently confirmed the suspicion held by many in the games industry that Flash is a dying platform. The official announcement that Flash will be discontinued in 2020 is threatening the infrastructure for many games and mobile apps, putting developers in a position to either abandon or overhaul their proprietary code built meticulously over

Open Source Game Clones

http://osgameclones.com/ This site tries to gather open-source remakes of great old games in one place. You get the source code – and can even play some games in your browser. This is a long list which will bring back gaming memories. Some of these games aren’t exact remakes but evolution of original ones.  Similar resources: check out Free Gamer,

An Angry Birds Empire: Games, Toys, Movies and Now an I.P.O. 

https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/09/05/business/dealbook/angry-birds-rovio-ipo.html?referer=http://m.facebook.com/ The digital world is littered with one-hit wonders — companies that tried to turn a single successful brand into a big-time business only to be eclipsed by changing technology and consumer tastes. The maker of Angry Birds, Rovio Entertainment, hopes to defy that trend. Rovio found success in a smartphone game Angry Birds. Rovio helped

Angry Birds Movie

Finnish gaming industry’s two biggest stars are Supercell and Rovio. While Supercell has been the greatest start in mobile games, Rovio has been expanding to a larger entertainment company with large bet on Angry Birds movie that Rovio did with Sony Picture. Angry Birds movie is based on Rovio’s popular Angry Birds game, the film