Nobody in the tech industry is perfect, but the Game Developer Conference seems to be the only place anyone can stand to admit it.
A free set of 3D printable models makes 10 different construction toys work together for better building.
Using an Arduino board and a robotic arm, an industrious hacker created a clock that writes out the time in longhand.
We take a look at three free games you can play with your weekend off.
A new service from Shapeways will let you create an iPhone case out of your favorite tracks.
Another great Game Developer's Conference has come and gone, but Game On contributors Alex Rubens, David Daw, Nate Ralph and Alex Wawro remain to talk about the games we played and the people we met at GDC 2012.
Every major mobile platform has the hardware for location based software, but the dearth of actual compelling games is disheartening.
An incoming update to Bioware’s Star Wars MMO adds new dungeons, new zones, and new features for players with a lot of alts.
How a free to play, “co-op Fantasy MMO Shooter” overhauled their entire game, without shedding fans.
The rumor mill says Valve Software could launch its own gaming console with biometrics and more.
Assassin’s Creed III will see a new series protagonist battling redcoats in Colonial America.
Forget the iPad 3; the year’s best invention is already here, and it dispenses sweet, diabetes-inducing treats.
Sega is re-releasing its cult favorite Dreamcast game about skating and graffiti.
What were you up to when you were 14 years old? This industrious young hacker managed to build a working printer out of his Lego set.
Articles by David Daw