Fishing Clash is hitting TV screens in the US!

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After months of preparations, Fishing Clash starts appearing on TV screens in the United States! The production was very exciting and we hope the effects are as well! Let us know if you like it! And here are a few making of pictures:


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On August 14, 2019 the new Terms of Services for companies in the Ten Square Games group shall come into force. The changes will introduce uniform terms of providing services for all Users of our games. The existing terms for the provision of services for individual games shall be replaced by one comprehensive version of Terms of Services. Users who have an Account (i.e. registered players), are entitled to terminate the provision of services agreement, if they do not accept the new Terms of Services. The notice of termination may be submitted until the provisions of the new Terms of … Continued

4 localization challenges in mobile games on the example of Fishing Clash

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Let’s start with an important remark – localization doesn’t equal translation. With translation, your goal is to represent the original text as faithfully as possible, with localization – not always. Localization is more like an adaptation. For example, it would be a bold idea to literally translate an in-game Thanksgiving event into Chinese, because it’s an unknown festive day in Asia. Keeping that in mind and knowing the dynamics of the mobile games business, here are 4 common obstacles one may face when working on localizations.      1.TIME So many strings, so little time Keeping a mobile game interesting … Continued

A day at work of a software developer in the mobile industry

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A software developer’s working day usually begins with an activity called the code review – a quick elimination of inconsistencies and mistakes, which helps to find better coding solutions. The code review depicts an important element of a programmers work – programming is not only about writing code; a lot of time is dedicated to analyze problems and come up with efficient solutions.

This company retreat was like a firsthand Peking Express

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Stating that work-life balance is important is like proclaiming that penguins can’t fly. And while corporate retreats are a significant factor in keeping a team’s mental hygiene intact, there can be more to it. As studies show, a well-organised company trip can turn out to be a great way to encourage people to work together to achieve a shared goal. And exactly that was the key factor in our company trip this year.

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