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If you been whinging for years about how video games these days just don’t have the heart and soul of those that came out of the 16-bit era, then you’re in luck. Sega is upgrading its Mega Drive games collection on Steam and has created a 3D hub that resembles an early 90s kid’s bedroom with a CRT-TV for that extra punch of nostalgia. You will also be able to modify and share your favourite Sega games through Stream’s player-content portal. Here’s what you need to know.
Now that we’ve had a chance to come to terms with the whole Bash on Windows thing, it’s time Microsoft delivered a deeper look at how the integration works. For the curious, that explainer — the first of a series — is finally here.
Last week, the popular text expansion program, TextExpander, switched to a subscription model. Subsequently, a lot of people are jumping ship to other software. Programmer Ryan M created a script to bring your snippets over to Keyboard Maestro.
Alex St. John is the creator of DirectX and founder of WildTangent. He’s an industry veteran that should be respected but his ideologies on work ethics and the expectations he has for game developers leaves something to be desired. According to him, game development is art, not a job, and developers shouldn’t be as concerned with stress, work-life balance or fair wages. We drill down on St. John’s views and examine his arguments.
Last month, Google revamped its Android developer portal and now it’s Apple’s turn. The company has updated its App Store developer site, adding a new section to guide developers on how to make a great app that is profitable for iOS devices. Here are the details.