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Lost Toys picks up Most Promising Game award at Casual Connect USA

IOS game Lost Toys doesn't come out until the fall, but already it's found success at Casual Connect in San Francisco, taking home the 2013 award for Most Promising Game. Lost Toys has players twist pieces of jumbled toys, in a limited number of moves, to reform their original designs – a...

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PixelJunk Monsters migrating to browsers

As the nation's nerd and nerd-adjacent humans sully themselves with the masses at Comic-Con, attractive casual game developers are wining and dining at Casual Connect in Seattle. Sandwiched in between said wining and simultaneous dining are talks like the one today from Q-Games designer Jesse...

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Q-Games showing new game at Casual Connect next week

On July 21, during the Casual Connect conference, developer Jesse Venbrux will reveal a new project he's working on at Q-Games, creators of the PixelJunk series as well as X-Scape, Trajectile and other DSiWare games. Q-Games head Dylan Cuthbert teased the upcoming announcement on Twitter, sharing...

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Nintendo: Game market could grow another 50 percent

Nintendo of America's senior director of product development, Tom Prata, discussed some market research done by the company at Seattle's Casual Connect conference. In the last 2.5 years, Prata explained, the current gamer audience in North America has grown by around 30 million people to about 143.7...

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