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Tag: Windows 8
- Rayman Jungle Run, Ubisoft's award-winning mobile take on the Rayman Origins reboot, has just crashed landed into the Windows Store, presumably setting off burglar alarms and getting glass everywhere. This new version of the game is compatible with PCs and Surface tablets running either Windows 8 or Microsoft's mobile-centric operating system, Windows RT. Like its Android and iOS equivalents, the app goes for $2.99.
- It's no secret that most of us here at Gamezebo are big fans of Big Fish and their cloud-gaming service, Big Fish Unlimited. And what with their established brand of high-quality games and immense catalogue of casual titles, who could blame us? But now Big Fish has given another reason for casual PC gamers to jump on board in 2013: Big Fish Unlimited is coming to Microsoft's Windows 8 platform.
- Good Old Games, a service best known for providing DRM-free downloads of classic games, has begun supporting Windows 8 officially. 431 of their games have been tested in the OS and are confirmed to work (about 90% of their content), with more additions to come in the near future.
- It's not often you'll see us address the launch of a new operating system, but Windows 8 is something of a special case. It's one of the boldest moves Microsoft has made in years, and shows how strongly they believe in the tablet market. Oh, and it's been touted by many as a serious danger to PC gaming.
- "In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death, taxes, Solitaire, Minesweeper, and Mahjongg," Benjamin Franklin famously once said. At the time, no one knew what on Earth he was talking about. Many years later though, something incredible happened: Windows began packing in games with its OS releases, including - you won't believe this - Mahjongg, Solitaire, and Minesweeper.
- Most people who play Minecraft more than they should are familiar with the name Notch. This is the handle of the game's creator, Markus Persson. Notch is one of the more notable faces of PC game development. This is in part because of the meteoric rise of his hit game, Minecraft. It's also because he's outspoken and has a personality.
- Agawi, one of the bigger names in cloud gaming, is teaming up with Microsoft to enable streaming of several social, mid-core and hardcore games to upcoming Windows 8 PCs and tablets. To learn more about what the deal means for future Windows 8 users, as well as how it affects Agawi itself, we spoke with Agawi's VP of partnerships Krishna Hegde.
- During E3, Editor-in-Chief Jim Squires stuck it to Microsoft for neglecting Windows 8 as a gaming destination. Well it seems the company was listening (that's our story and we're sticking to it). Just prior to writing, company spokesperson Major Nelson took to his blog to announce 40 titles headed to "any Windows 8 PC, laptop, or tablet" beginning October 26th. Microsoft fans? Your casual games have arrived.