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July 28, 2014

  Introduction Leaderboards are probably the oldest social feature used in games and are used to increase the level of competition amongst players by ranking them in a variety of ways with the aim of generating more game play.  Space Invaders, which was first released in 1978, is reputed to be the first game to use

June 12, 2014

This is a guest post from Lori Bray who is a qualified journalist and has spent many years working within the games industry. Micro-transactions have a bad rap.  No one wants to see their app featured on the Daily Show for fleecing a ten-year-old out of $1500.  Or be known as the developer who ruined