As calm as he may look on the outside, an ‘angry’ Imran Khan has set out to kick out politicians from Pakistan. A newly launched Angry Birds-styled game for Android users shows the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) chief taking on politicians from different parties.
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I was at GameStop the other day, and there was a family in front of me in line — a man, a woman, a baby, and what looked like a six-year-old girl. The little girl was wearing a bright green dress and seemed happy about everything. As the family got to the front of the . . . → Read More: Why do the kids love Call of Duty?
In yet another achievement by a Pakistani IT company, Lahore based ‘Mindstorm Studios’ has developed official computer game for ICC World Cup 2011. Tomorrow, Pakistan Software Export Board (PSEB) alongwith Mindstorm will do a joint press conference to formally announce the launch.
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The country’s first-ever gaming and animation conference was held on Thursday at the Indus Valley School of Art and Architecture with the organisers miraculously managing to persuade the giants of the Pakistani industry to attend.
Pioneers such as Trango, TinTash, Mindstorm studios, Sharpimage and Folio3 showed up to assure the pleasantly surprised students that there . . . → Read More: Gamers and ‘geeks’ meet at first ever animation conference
By Mike Musgrove The Washington Post
Few titles that seem destined for the bestseller lists this year are entirely new. (If it’s innovation you’re after, try the Microsoft Kinect or the PlayStation’s new Move controllers.) But if the gamers in your life liked last year’s versions, they are unlikely to complain about receiving the . . . → Read More: Best selling video games for 2010