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Game localisation checklist

By Cameron Yule

With the hyper-competitive nature of mobile gaming and web portals, there's never been a better time to expand your potential audience internationally by localising your games. To help make that…

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Secrets of a technical artist (Part 2)

By Jamie Niman

Welcome back to secrets of a technical artist, today I will take you through our art pipeline, and I’ll be showing you some of the tools I’ve created to simplify…

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The most important games of 2013

By Phil Stuart

Last year saw a sustained boom in games that challenge the traditional mindset that games’ sole objective is to entertain. As we look forward to the new year, we thought…

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Crafty Cut – making maths fun

By Phil Stuart

The first reaction the word “Maths” is generally one of fear and loathing. Whilst science has recently been given a media makeover with the likes of Brian Cox and Dara…

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Secrets of a technical artist (Part 1)

By Jamie Niman

The games we make at Preloaded are varied, each of which has unique style championed by the Lead Artist. The beginning stage of a project is devoted to the concepting…

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Why games should matter in the Health sector

By Phil Stuart

One of the fastest growing areas of games industry is the development of games for more than just entertainment. Harnessing the power of games for alternative purposes - for education,…

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The art of Story Cards

By Phil Stuart

Story Cards is our tablet-based collectible card game (CCG) featuring famous authors and characters from classic literature.  As the students read books pre-installed on an ebook reader, new cards become…

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Amplify & Preloaded

By Phil Stuart

In a time where the big three US educational publishers are competing to bring the best edutech packages to school districts and consumers, a new player has been quietly reinventing K-12…

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Lost & Found’s secrets

By Phil Stuart

Following Disney Fairies: Lost & Found's Christmas release, we thought we’d share how we went about developing it in Unity. Creating a fun game for young teenaged girls can be serious business.…

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Games for Change #9

By Phil Stuart

Games for Change is one of the leading global advocates for supporting and making games for social impact and host to the 9th Annual Games For Change Conference, set over…

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