An article from Sydney Morning Herald’s Sacha Molitorisz about the decline of DVD rental marketplace suggests that the Internet is killing DVD Rentals. However the article gave only vague hints on how traditional Brick and Mortar stores was facing competition from the net, spending more time talking about DVD rental machines from RedRoomDVD and Oovie. Continue reading
Bizzbuzz is a business to business website that allows small business to try out services and products without paying full price. Darryl Adams was able to speak to founder Marcus Layton about the business was founded and his goals. Continue reading
After a recent spate of Australian companies have secured VC funding, we’ll be taking a look at and interviewing a number of local startups about the world of funding and the local impact in a series of posts over the coming weeks. Continue reading
On 30th August, Australian site Freelancer.com announced that it’d passed the $100 million mark in user revenue.
BigCommerce is an Australian company focused around allowing people to easily setup their own online stores. Continue reading
Sometimes a game comes along that has a sense of fun. Continue reading
Based on the BigWorld MMO Middleware, the game will be similar to the structure of World of Tanks, where players can either earn credits and XP to progress to bigger ships, or use real money to purchase premium ships.
From the website:
Keeping with the best traditions of the series, World of Battleships will offer a straightforward interface, easy-to-use controls, and a common economic system that will allow players to distribute resources between the three games for the ultimate progress in each of them.
There is a teaser trailer availble, which can be viewed here.
Wargaming.net also introduced a new video for the German Gamescom convention. If this is game play and not a rendered movie, expect better graphics and physics comming soon!
Check out our first iGame Report videos. Continue reading