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IN THE RING: Game Development VS Animation Creation

February 18, 2019 5:19:07 PM EAT / by Sylvia Nduku posted in animation and motion graphics, Game Development

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IN THE RING is a monthly comparison series that gives you insight on different careers in the creative industry and what they offer.

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3 Ways To Monetize Your App

December 2, 2017 4:03:00 PM EAT / by Muthoni Njoki posted in mobile apps, Game Development, Monetization,

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The question that most aspiring software engineers have is how does one monetize their application? As an aspiring software engineer you already know that you will spend a lot of time and money to perfecting your craft and as such need to find ways to recoup the investment. Regardless of the industry be it gaming, finance, retail, you should be able to make money off the mobile application that you have built.

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What Is Game Development?

November 26, 2017 10:01:00 AM EAT / by Abigail Arunga posted in Animation, software engineering, gaming, software development, Game Development, females in gaming, Amina Kombo

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Game Development & Design 101.

Does anything to do with gaming sound like Greek to you? Understandable -when you don't know the lingo, it can sound like a completely different language. We talked to Amina Kombo, who does a lot of things online for a living - including making games, and what it takes. Hopefully this will give you a little more insight into what the gaming world is, particularly for women in gaming.

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What is the future of gaming industry in Kenya?

November 20, 2017 11:41:01 PM EAT / by Muthoni Njoki posted in software development, mobile apps, game design, Rob Homewood, NAICCON, AfriDesignX, gaming development, Game Development, software engineer

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Video Game Industry in Kenya

“The gaming industry is bigger than the film and music industry combined. The most entertaining product, Grand Theft Auto 5 (GTA5) sold over a $1,000,000,000 in the first 24 hours. The demand and market for games is huge.” - Rob Homewood.

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