IngZ, Inc., an Austin-based mobile software development company, announced today the release of its flagship dominoes game Dominos-42 3D for iPhone, iPad, and iTouch, available now in the iTunes App Store: http://bit.ly/iZdIUS. Dominos 42 has a long and storied history in East Texas where it is played as a sport by clubs at a university [...]
The Rice Alliance’s Austin Chapter will be hosting another great event on Tuesday November 9th. This time the topic is “The New World of Gaming,” and they’ve lined up some killer speakers for the panel discussion. Tickets are going fast so go get yours right now.
The New York Times’ Susanna Hamner will be moderating the discussion, which is headlined by Austin’s own gaming legend Richard Garriott, along with Rodney Gibbs, CEO of Ricochet labs (the makers of the oh-so-addictive Qrank).
Spacetime Studios, a Texas-based indie studio, is expanding operations following a recent round of funding from Insight Venture Partners, a leading global technology and internet investment firm. The investment will be used to extend Spacetime‘s technology platform and pioneer new functionality for the mobile multiplayer gaming market. Capital will also be deployed to enhance the [...]
Today’s Q&A Wednesday is with Anthony Castoro, the CEO of Heatwave Interactive. The company has been at SXSW Screenburn showing off Platinum Life, their iSamJackson iPhone app, and Gods & Heroes. Perhaps you were at their party at The Belmont last night?
We’re reporting here live from the TC50 show floor, where Austin-based Spawn Labs just presented their demo. Spawn Labs makes it possible to play your Xbox 360, Xbox, PS2, PS3 and Gamecube from anywhere in the world with a broadband internet connection. It is essentially a “Slingbox for games”. The unit is priced at $199, and as of today’s launch Spawn Labs is taking pre-orders.