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12/23/2013 | 7:53:28 PM
Interesting
Interesting discussion on the money aspects of mobile gaming.  Apple and then Google managed to deaden any forward progress in HTML5 with the rise of the app.  Maybe this tipping of the game scale will return it.  But I will say, I have some specific games I enjoy playing because they don't depend on the a connection to function.  Full connectivity everywhere, in all parts of a building is still a dream.  Too much dependence on the cloud turns your devices into bricks.


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