Alien Blackout backlash shows fans and creators see mobile very differently
Fans and game makers are clashing over a newly revealed mobile game, Alien Blackout. A continuation of the Alien series, revived so spectacularly with 2014’s Alien Isolation, the game has fans crying foul and developers raising a confused eyebrow. Two very different attitudes towards mobile gaming are starting to meet — one which focuses on the genre’s potential, and the other which sees it as the domain of low-effort cash grabs. On the face of it, it doesn’t sound like such a big deal. While mobile games aren’t necessarily as long or as detailed as console or PC games, they’re a respectable genre in… This story continues at The Next Web
The Singapore-based company has just launched its hostels in Bali and Yangon Tribe Theory, a hostel startup from Singapore, announced today that it has raised a total of S$1 million (US$739,165) seed funding from Superangel, Aurum Investments, and REAPRA. The company has just launched its physical hostels in Bali and Yangon. Also Read: This Singapore healthtech […]
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You’re not an entrepreneur if you can’t get investors to trust you with their money Entrepreneurship has been a long journey for me. In a way, it has been a culture inculcated by my parents into my brains ever since I was a child. Here are valuable fundraising tips I’ve learnt along the way. Clients […]
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