Claims deep-learning photo tech.
Payment processor innocent, it seems.
Microsoft has officially launched Windows Phone 7, with a major focus on the cloud and gaming.
Microsoft briefed us on the ways it sees gaming developing, focusing on multi-player, touch-screen gaming and making development easier for small studios and bedroom coders. We take a look at its touch-screen concepts and XNA program.
When we left the story, James had just entered in a competition to have his indie game published on Xbox Live. Now, read the second part to find out how he bagged the prize without winning and completed the transition from dishwasher to game designer.
As part of a new series of columns by prominent indie and professional developers, James Silva talks about how he moved from being a dishwasher in an Italian resturant to being a game designer. Beware, the story contains ninjas, zombies and dishwashery!
Winner of the Dream-Build-Play competition, The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai is going to be heading to Xbox Live soon. Check out the trailer within.
Indie games are the future, says Joe. Prove it, says everyone else. Okay, says Joe and launches himself into a feature discussing the best independent games on the Internet and the effect of indie developers on the industry.
The release of the XNA Game Studio Express allows home users to devleop and run code for Windows and the Xbox 360. Homebrew here we come?