An update has been issued for popular entry-level game development tool GameMaker Studio to correct an unfortunate DRM issue caused by an earlier patch. PlayerAttack reports the suite’s previous update introduced a bug which caused DRM to trigger on legitimate copies as well as pirated ones – permanently plastering pirate symbols all over the game’s resources. Some very unhappy users are now disastrously educated on the importance of multiple back ups.
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Sony has announced it will further strengthen its support for independent developers by introducing more tool and middleware solutions for the PlayStation 4.
GameMaker: Studio Standard licenses are free for a limited time, developer YoYo Games has announced. You can register the entry-level version of the programming-free development kit and engine at no cost until March 2, which is pretty sweet, and if you like the tech, you can upgrade to a full Studio Professional license for just […]