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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Beginning The Sunsetting Process For Xbox Live Indie Games

    Xbox 360's Xbox Live Indie Game program will be gone soon in order to make way for the future of indie games on Xbox with ID@Xbox. If you're unfamiliar, Xbox Live Indie Games (XBLIG) was a platform that small-time developers could use to create and sell games on Xbox 360. It was a separate store... More
  • Blog Post: Report: XNA Is Dead

    The Microsoft XNA development platform is being discontinued, which might be sad news for indie developers. The toolset, which was used in the creation of Xbox Live Arcade titles like Fez, Bastion, and Dust: An Elysian Tail, served as way for smaller developers to get their titles in the hands of Xbox... More
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Plans To Add Kinect Support To XNA

    Microsoft initially took a strong stance against hacking and modding of its Kinect motion controller, but now it's changed its tune in order to embrace the creativity springing out of the indie community. A company rep says Microsoft will eventually add Kinect support to its free XNA Studio development... More
  • Blog Post: Achievements Coming To Windows Mobile 7

    Microsoft is integrating Windows Mobile 7 support into its XNA developer toolset, as detailed by MS developer Michael Klucher on his blog . The initial announcement was made last week, but Klucher dropped the news that developers will be able to hook into Achievements and Avatars (2D versions of them... More
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