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Latest Kinect hacks show Flash, Silverlight integration

Another day and more Kinect hacks. This time it’s all about Flash and Silverlight.

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Blitz headlines

  • Kinect: Lag can be attributed to software choices, says Blitz

    Blitz Games CTO Andrew Oliver has said lag noticed in Kinect demos can be eliminated by developers if using proper software techniques.

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  • Nintendo 3DS could be "very exciting" for developers, says Blitz

    Nintendo’s plan to create a new DS capable of 3D has one advocate of the technology excited, and that advocate is developer Blitz Games, whose Invincible Tiger game was shown to us at GDC last year.

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  • Indie and other games of interest: Become a shark, hunt down vampires

    There are a few tidbits of indie and other games of interest stuff past the break this week. One stand out, in our opinion, is Miami Shark, where you literally get to play as one of the giant fish. Awesome stuff. Also, there’s the usual free stuff, sneak peeks and a barrage of other stuff […]

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  • Indie and other games of interest: Hey look, it's all in one post

    During the course of the week, loads of indie games, less mainstream titles and those point-and-click adventures you are always hearing about, sometimes get lost in the shuffle -what with news on Uncharted 2 and Modern Warfare 2 happening every three minutes or so. That’s why, much like the MMO news round-up, we’ve decided to […]

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  • Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao coming to XBL in August

    Blitz has confirmed to Eurogamer that Invincible Tiger: The Legend of Han Tao will arrive on Xbox Live in August and will run you 1200 MS Points ($15/£10.20). This the the stereoscopic-3D enabled title that wowed us at GDC. Hopefully you have a television that can offer 3D play and viewing. If not, it’s still […]

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  • Oliver on Blitz Arcade and Blitz 1>UP - "Digital distribution is the future"

    Blitz boss Philip Oliver has told VG247 that he believes digital distribution is “the future” for smaller games, and has outlined progress made with Blitz 1>UP, an in-house program designed to help tiny developers see their titles become commercial products. And why not? Oliver says that digital distribution allows for “experimental” games, micro-payments and piracy […]

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  • Blitz Games Studios' Open Days more successful than ever

    Blitz has reported a record numbers of student applicants during it’s latest Open Days student and lecturer event, a 30 percent increase over last year. This year’s program focused on students planning to complete Computer Science and Games Programming degrees, and provided Blitz with an idea of how to move forward for this year’s GamesEdu […]

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