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- When word broke earlier today that a new RollerCoaster Tycoon was in the works, we were elated. When we discovered that it was RollerCoaster Tycoon 4 Mobile - a game whose trailer bears a striking resemblance to Zynga's CoasterVille, we were… surprised, I guess? Disappointed isn't the right word. We liked CoasterVille, after all. But putting a big "4" in the title seems to suggest "a direct sequel that should deliver on fans expectations."If you were just as surprised as we were about today's announcement, you can breathe a little easier - Atari sensed the panic in the gaming community and has confirmed on Facebook that a PC entry in the series is scheduled for later in the year."RollerCoaster Tycoon is back and it's coming to mobile (first)!," reads a status update on the official RollerCoaster Tycoon fan page. "Rest assured, there is a PC experience in production now for release in Fall 2014. This is just the first step in bringing the series back to its fans this year! We are excited and hope you are too!"
- Earlier in the year, I received an email from the CEO of Industry Entertainment, Nemanja Bondzulic. The sole purpose of the email was to promote Industry Entertainment's upcoming space game, Astroids: Space Game of The Year, an ambiguously-titled game that involves flying a spaceship through an asteroid field.Immediately I was confused, believing I had somehow missed the standard release that typically comes before a Game of the Year edition. So I did some searching, and it turns out that the developers were actually calling their yet-to-be-released game, the "Game of the Year". The phrase "game of the year" was actually its own bullet, on the bulleted list attached to the press release. I noted the fact that the developers were based out of Serbia, so I dismissed the questionable title as an attempt at humor which was lost in translation.Atari, on the other hand, wasn't cool with the title. A recent email from Bondzulic explains that Atari, likely in the defense of their classic Asteroids property, is requiring that Industry Entertainment rename Astroids: Space Game of the Year to something else.
- Atari, arguably one of the most well-known game companies in the world, has filed for bankruptcy. The move is an attempt on their behalf to separate themselves from debt-burdened parent company Atari S.A. They'll be selling off a number of assets, ranging from IP like Pong, Asteroids, and Centipede, along with their logo (shown directly to the left).
- Having been born before the days of VHS tapes, cordless phones, and the Reagan presidency, it doesn't take too much to make me feel old nowadays. But thanks to Atari, there'll always be one game that's been on this Earth longer than I have. PONG celebrates its 40th birthday today - and we've partnered with Atari to give away a special Atari-themed Xbox 360 to commemorate the occasion!
- Microsoft and Atari have teamed up to launch "Atari Arcade," a browser-based portal featuring reworked versions of classic arcade games. The service is currently offering Asteroids, Pong, Lunar Lander, Missile Command, Combat, Centipede, Yars Revenge, and Super Breakout, although it sounds like more titles are on the way soon.
- Back in February we wrote about Atari's challenge to developers to reinvent Pong on the eve of its 40th anniversary. That anniversary came and went back in June, and Atari has presented us with the three winners of the "Pong Indie Developer Challenge". Each of the victors will receive a cash prize, as well as a three-year revenue-sharing agreement with Atari.
- Forty years ago from today, a little company called Atari was incorporated by the state of California. While the original company had plenty of bumps and pitfalls along the way (rest in peace, E.T.), there's no denying that Atari played a major role in the development of videogames: both in the expansion of the arcade, as well as the popularity of the gaming console itself.
- Hey, Zynga launched a new platform not that long ago. You probably already knew that, but did you know that they announced three new partners at their "Unleashed" event? They totally did! They also showed off five partners on the mobile side of things, whose games will be released via the "Zynga Partners for Mobile" program and under the "Zynga With Friends" umbrella. Long story short? Lots of cool new games on the way.