No developer wants their game to be distributed unfettered from the day of launch. Sadly, this has happened more frequently since video game emulation is widely used. Game emulation is unfortunately being turned into a significant means for pirates to undermine developers’ businesses. What should developers do to deal with it and protect their precious titles? Download our free e-book to learn more!
Game hackers are becoming more sophisticated and are continually adapting their approach to pirate titles from game developers and publishers, and distributing them to suspecting and unsuspecting gamers. It is only natural that game developers are turning more and more towards anti-tamper technology to protect their game experience – and their bottom line.
Did you know that 84% of game developers are continuously concerned about tampering and piracy? We bet you didn’t as these figures come from our latest survey, conducted in collaboration with Omdia on a group of 70 game developers representing a wide range of geographies, device types and job roles. Download it now!
About to be officially announced, Intel’s 12th-generation Alder Lake processor gained new details related to software optimization a few weeks ago, with an official guide released by the company aimed at developers.
Cheats are nothing new to video games. But what may be surprising is just how common they are, especially in some of the most popular games in the app stores. The good news is that you can take steps to protect your game from cheaters.
The first half of 2021 witnessed double the number of investments and acquisitions of gaming studios as all of 2020 and the growth trend is showing no signs of slowing. What does this mean for indie studios?