Here's our pick of some of the most impressive projects currently underway in our forum.
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Three Kingdoms is the most ambitious historical Total War in years, but can it pull its ideas off?
Starts January 2019.
Hopes for an App Store listing.
No more gambling blind.
Most likely US only, though.
No mixing with the Steam users.
Gets more like Android every day(!)
JRPG The World Ends With You has been pulled from the Apple App Store as Square Enix struggle to get it running on iOS 8.
New rules see 1,500 apps deleted.
Flappy Bird makes a return to the industry with Flappy Birds Family on the Amazon Android Appstore.
Apple has launched a dedicated indie section on the App Store
Several top iOS apps are currently free, seemingly in celebration of 5th anniversary.
Valve has confirmed that it is to start distributing general-purpose software via Steam.
Microsoft has found itself under attack by Mozilla over plans to prevent third-party software on Windows RT.
Leaked Windows 8 source code hints at an app store, SMS features and geo-location logging.
Dennis Publishing is hiring developers to help us conquer mobile and tablet apps.
Microsoft has applied to block Apple's trademark on 'App Store,' arguing that it's a generic term.
HP is planning a range of Internet-connected printers with e-mail addresses - possibly running webOS.
The Mozilla Foundation has unveiled a preview of its Firefox Home app for the iPhone.
Palm's App Catalog store suffered downtime this weekend following a time-related glitch.
Intel has launched a beta version of its netbook-oriented software store AppUp for Moblin Linux - and promises a rollout across most of Europe by the end of the month.
Apple has purged the iPhone App Store, clearing out a lot of 'objectionable content' to protect users.
iPhone hackers - those who find and post the exploits that allow handsets to be unlocked or jailbroken - are finding themselves locked out of App Store by Apple.
A preview version of the next edition of WHS - codenamed 'Vail' - has been leaked to file sharing sites, giving users a glimpse of the future.
June 13 2019 | 09:59
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