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Unreal makes major upgrades with 4.5 release
Epic Games releases a big upgrade to its engine technology, with a slew of fixes and improvements; more than 40 were contributed from developers outside the company.
Leap Motion launches IndieCade-backed game jam with $75,000 in prizes
The winning teams will get a $5,000 cash prize and a slot to exhibit at IndieCade East 2015, with $2,500 in travel expenses also covered.
Hack 'N' Slash
takes home grand prize at IndieCade Awards 2014
IndieCade revealed the winners of its 2014 awards last night, with studios like Double Fine, Loveshack and Studio Bean picking up awards.
Journalism school nets $250k grant to train leaders in game design
The American University School of Communication is using a Knight Foundation grant to try and train journalists to apply the principles of game design to the challenges of leading a media outlet.
AIAS reveals the winners of its annual game industry scholarships
The Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences will award $10k in scholarships to four students selected by the academy's philanthropic division for their promising study of interactive entertainment.
GitHub bundles UE4, other dev tools into a free pack for students
If you can prove you're a student, the folks at GitHub will grant you free access to a suite of development tools and services that small-scale game makers might find useful.
Watch your favorite GDC talks now on the new GDC YouTube channel
You can get U.S. government grant money for your educational game
New $50k contest challenges Cocos2d-x devs to make Windows games
assets to teach people how to code
Students can now apply for the 2015 AIAS game industry scholarships
Microsoft makes a version of Azure free for student developers
Unity creates educational resources, makes engine free to teachers
150 books for game devs
New initiative gifts 1 million BBC Micro successors to UK kids
CryEngine sticking to $9.90 subscription, working hard to improve
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