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Game Dev Story creator launches Pocket Harvest on Android

Game Dev Story developer Kairosoft launched its latest creation, Pocket Harvest, on Android recently. The game costs $4.99 (£2.99 in the UK) and is in the same style as Kairosoft's other creations. The farming simulator has players planting and cultivating produce like strawberries and...

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Beta access now available for Football Manager 2014 pre-orders

Those that pre-ordered soccer management sim Football Manager 2014 can now access the game's beta version on Steam. Participating in the beta program gives players a head start on developing athletes in their franchises, as all progress made in players' management careers is saved, carrying over to...

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Kerbal Space Program update opens the R&D wing for business

Kerbal Space Program has issued a new update, version 0.22, adding research and development functionality and scientific experiments to Career mode. The data gathered through research and scientific experiments furthers the player's abilities by unlocking access to new parts for potential...

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Space combat sim Skyjacker to include full co-op play, mission creation suite

Digitilus re-launched its Kickstarter project for Skyjacker, a "first-person, free-roaming space combat simulator." The developer is seeking $150,000 by November 22 to fund the space-faring game. Skyjacker puts players in the role of a space pirate, completing story campaign missions and...

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Football Manager 2014 launching October 31, adds Vita cross-save support

Football Manager 2014 will launch October 31, Sports Interactive announced. The game will make its way to Linux for the first time, and will also include cross-save support for those with a copy of the Vita version. The soccer management sim will feature Steam Workshop support, so players can...

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Unreal Engine 3 licensed to contractor for US Army training sims

Epic Games' Unreal Engine 3 is now in the hands of Intelligent Decisions, a company that creates virtual training simulations for the US Army Research, Development and Engineering Command. Intelligent Decisions wants to use UE3 to polish the movements of autonomous avatars in its Dismounted...

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EA Maxis folks leave to open new indie sim studio, Jellygrade

Jellygrade, a new indie studio dedicated to creating simulation experiences on mobile platforms, has been formally announced today. Jellygrade is made up of former EA Maxis creative director Ocean Quigley, former engineering lead Andrew Willmott and former lead gameplay engineer Dan Moskowitz. ...

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Take-Two registers '2K Golf Links' domains

EA's Tiger Woods series may have some competition. It would appear Take-Two is preparing to tee off with a golf series of its own, Internet sleuth supererogatory discovered. A pair of Take-Two domain registrations for "Links2KGolf.com" and "2KGolfLinks.com" were recently made through a third-party...

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Costco UK selling full-size F1 simulator for just £90,000

Costco UK is selling an FMCG International F1 racing simulator for £89,999.89 (including delivery and installation!), or $138,338.83, which is still significantly cheaper than owning an actual Formula 1 car. We also assume it's probably a tiny bit safer and easier to maintain, but that's just...

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Rumor: EA Maxis takes 'full responsibility' for SimCity issues via internal memo

An internal memo from Maxis general manager Lucy Bradshaw details the state of the developer, who is hard at work trying to get SimCity fully operational in North America. "SimCity is an online game and critics and consumers have every right to expect a smooth experience from beginning to end," she...

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