Accountant Cary Walkin built a full role-playing game in Microsoft's Excel spreadsheet program.
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Tides of Numenera has a few hours left to accept contributions from gamers.
Peter Moore is on damage control because EA is a favorite to win Consumerist's Worst Company in America poll.
Creative director Adam Orth speaks out about always online and insults "non-cities."
Health-care coverage is also up while layoffs were down for a third year in a row.
Mark Pincus will also refuse any bonuses or equity awards.
Another U.S. lawmaker comes out talking about regulating video games.
City Prints in Atlanta has a line of beautiful game console and computer schematics.
The cartographers at City Prints in Atlanta charted the digital topography of several classic video games.
Uprising includes four multiplayer maps and a content-rich new Zombies mode.
Publisher Deep Silver unveiled Ride to Hell games for consoles, digital platforms, and mobile devices.
Neverwinter open beta goes live later this month.
Monaco is due out for Xbox Live Arcade and Steam with a Mac version to follow after.
SimCity partners with Nissan to advertise the Leaf.
LucasArts as we know it is no more.
Defiance heads out to gamers two weeks before the show debuts.
Torment is now the second most successful video game project on Kickstarter.
Angry Birds developer Rovio reports a strong financial 2012 with consumer products bringing in nearly 45 percent of total revenue.
A new 3D Internet world launches today from a long-time developer in the space.
Zynga is applying its massive infrastructure toward real-money gambling in the United Kingdom.