How To: Make a Sequel to a Game

If your company has already released some popular and addictive game and you're thinking about creation a sequel, this article is just what you need. We gathered the main tips and advices that will be useful for the building a strategy and a sequel itself. Check out the following instructions and recommendations that can lend you a hand in making a sequel for your game.

How To: New Steam Feature Lets You Save Your Steam Games on Alternative Drives or Partitions

Cheap deals, great games, and a stable, easy-to-use environment are just a few of the reasons why Valve's online game distributor Steam is so popular. That and it's a great place to interact and play with other gamers, which is why it recently broke records with over 6 million active users logged in at the same time. But one thing that Steam users weren't so crazy about was the inability to install games in more than one directory and partition. If you ran out of space, you either had to unin...

How To: The Humble THQ Bundle Is Out Just in Time for Christmas—7 Games for Any Price You Want!

Over the past few years, indie game developers have gathered together to release their products in the widely popular Humble Indie Bundle, a collection that gamers can purchase for whatever price they want. It's a win-win for both. Developers get more exposure for their games, and customers get tons of games for whatever they could afford. Heck, charities even get a little piece of the pie.

How To: Get Faster Download Speeds on Your Steam Games

Steam is an online platform that lets you download and play over 2,000 video games, from first-person shooters to RPGs, as well as a pretty long list of indie games. You can play on your PC, Mac, mobile device, or even your television, and it has a community of over 40 million gamers. Prices are different depending on the type of game and how new/popular it is, but they're generally about the same as what you'd pay for an Xbox or PlayStation version. They also have a decent list of free games...

How To: Install the Trampoline v1.3 mod for Minecraft 1.8

Add a little bounce to your crafting with Trampoline v1.3 for Minecraft 1.8. This mod will allow you to build a trampoline in Minecraft that will bounce your character to new heights (along with other creatures and objects that land on it). Visit the official Trampoline mod thread on the Minecraft Forums to download the file.

How To: Install the Flans Mod for Minecraft 1.8.1

IF you're interested in giving your Minecraft game that World War look with plans, guns, and more, try installing Flans Mod if you're running version 1.8 of Minecraft. To find out more about what Flans Mod will add to your Minecraft version, take a look at the official Flans Mod thread on the Minecraft Forums.

How To: Download and install a Minecraft 1.9 pre-release server

If you're interested in running the Minecraft 1.9 pre-release on your server and giving it a spin (or letting others with the Minecraft 1.9 pre-release client give it a spin), take a look at this guide to setting up and installing the server. This guide will also help people who are getting stuck on the loading screen in the 1.9 prerelease as well.

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