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Democracy: How close are political strategy games to the real thing?

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23 June 2016

Today the British public have been given the opportunity to vote on whether to leave or remain in the European Union. The last time we had a choice on membership with the EEC was 5th June 1975. 65% of the voting public went to the polls, with 67 percent opting […]

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From pixels on screens, to the silver screen

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23 June 2016

Mobile games becoming films – a new phenomenon Ok it’s not recognised yet and I’m officially coining the phrase, but games turned into films (gilms) is big business for Hollywood these days. After all, there are plenty of blockbuster hits that have been made into videogames so it’s only fair […]

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Referendum Pong. Let’s talk about EU, me and gaming baby!

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23 June 2016

Like a game of Pong, the referendum debate has been back and forth, there have been epic saves, cheap shots and we have entered the final rally, the ballot boxes are out there and the debate keeps on churning. Interestingly, Pong is very close to home for EU referendums, the […]

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Pocket Gamer Connects Vancouver

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23 June 2016

The Dimoso team is heading to Vancouver for one of the biggest events on the Mobile Gaming calendar, Pocket Gamer Connects Vancouver. Some of the biggest names in gaming are attending, including: Unity, EA, Activision, Google, Gram Games, Elex Tech. As well as indie and mobile gaming specialists. Pocket Gamer […]

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Is there Virtual Reality life on Mars?

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21 June 2016

Elon Musk on Living in a simulation and our VR highlights from E3 Business Magnate, innovation addict and high profile geek Elon Musk last week dropped the ‘P’ bomb in Silicon Valley. Not P for Physics (Musk’s undergraduate degree) or P for Pluto (although he does dabble in the Space-Xploration) […]

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Apps that could put a stop to selling £80 Jars of English air

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5 June 2016

If we’re living in a world where a man can sell jars of English air for £80, it’s time we look at how to improve air quality. After checking the alarming statistics on air pollution in different areas of the world, Leo De Watts had an original idea. He began […]

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Exciting Times For Mobile Marketing On TV

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18 May 2016

What an exciting time for mobile marketing. Last year alone, app advertising on TV saw an astonishing $16 million spent during the Super Bowl between three major players; Clash of Clans, Heroes Charge and Game of War. Games that are now recognised by millions thanks to an aggressive yet cleverly targeted campaign […]

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Why modern day flat hunting still relies on the humble text message

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7 March 2016

Finding a room in London is a seemingly impossible task. Discussing tactics with friends did nothing to settle the nerves. However, armed with four free days, a smartphone, and a full month’s worth of data (1GB – I was young and naive – don’t judge), I had faith that mobile […]

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B4RN – Broadband 4 the rural north

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22 February 2016

There’s a long list of places battling to become the next Silicon Valley, from Silicon Roundabout in London, Silicon Alley in New York, Chengdu Tianfu Software Park in China to Cyberport Hong Kong and Silicon Wadi in Israel. These areas typically start out as the cheaper locations where youngsters with […]

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Case Study: Stick Tennis Tour 2.0

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20 February 2016

On 12th February 2016 Dimoso launched Stick Sports’s newest game on mobile: Stick Tennis Tour 2.0. Brief Stick Sports Ltd, the independent games developer and publisher who previously created the hugely successful Stick Cricket, came to Dimoso three weeks prior to the launch with a concise brief: Publicise the game […]

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