Kartridge is announcing new developer-friendly terms for the upcoming PC gaming platform from Kongregate. Designed to be different, Kartridge caters to game developers, giving them maximum control of their store page and price points. The updated terms now provide developers with additional revenue.
Snapchat’s parent company bought a web-based 3D game engine startup out of the UK this past May, Business Insider (paywalled) reports. PlayCanvas is a development tool focused on letting people easily design rich 3D environments.
Facebook is now allowing all developers to create games for Instant Games, its HTML5 cross-platform gaming service, which allows users to play games on News Feed and Messenger without downloading additional applications or programs.
It’s only been a little over a year since Facebook first launched its Instant Games platform, but things have been changing rapidly. The platform has quickly become a hotbed for new development, with many developers jumping onto the opportunity. As mobile has matured, with many developers finding it tougher and…Read…