UK-based smartphone app developer and Lancaster spin-out m-ventions has signed a deal to distribute 20 games developed by its parent university’s ICT unit InfoLab21. The games were initially devised by professors Reuben Edwards and Paul Coulton at Lancaster’s Department of Communication Systems before being further developed by students at InfoLab21. The deal, which will see…
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Sep 9, 2013 •
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