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How to use OSS in your game – effectively manage risk, don’t open yourself up to it.

Laura Harper and Aaron Trebble (pictured) at Lewis Silkin share insights on how to manage risks when using Open Source Software. Laura and Aaron will be running a roundtable at GaMaYo on 23rd May on this issue from 5pm so you can raise questions and meet them in person at our May event! Managing risks […]

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Revolution smashes crowdfunding target for Broken Sword game

Revolution Software has just finished another Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign successfully raising more than half-a-million pounds for a “Reforged” edition of its classic adventure game Broken Sword: Shadow of the Templars. The York-based game developer ran the campaign for a month and managed to attract 4,948 backers of the project raising a total of £618,626 to

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ID@Xbox, PlayStation XDEV and more at Game Republic’s next event on 18th April

Over 80 developers are set to attend Game Republic’s next event, New Partners and PR, with our friends at Gameopolis and taking place at KPMG in Manchester on April 18th. The event promises a stellar line-up of guest speakers including ID@Xbox, Draw & Code, CGHero, Charley Grafton-Callaghan – Communications Consultant at CGC Communications – and

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Diversity initiative to give free GaMaYo tickets to underrepresented groups

Game Republic continues to support drives to increase diversity in the Games Industry – from championing the friendliest, most welcoming meet up for game developers in GaMaYo, to hosting panels tackling inclusivity and diversity at events and sharing good examples online. There are increasingly positive examples of games studios developing inclusive environments to support game

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