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17 December
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4.0.0.0 Client SDKs for AndroidNDK, iOS, Linux, Marmalade, OS X and Windows

Version 4.0.0.0 of the Photon C++ Client SDKs has just gone live. Here is a short list of the most important changes since 3.2.5.5 (for the full list please have a look at the release history files, like always): a dedicated Client API for Photon Chat is now available (a […]

18 September
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Dev Story: Das Tal’s Backend & Exit Games’ Photon

This guest post was written by Sebastian Dorda, Technical Director and Developer for ‘Das Tal’ at indie studio Fairytale Distillery. ‘Das Tal’ is a fast-paced Sandbox MMORPG that focuses on player interaction. Full Loot and Open PvP create a game of ‘risk vs. reward’ where you weigh up your options before engaging […]

10 April
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Photon not affected by “Heartbleed”

Photon backends and websites are not affected by the “Heartbleed Bug” in OpenSSL (http://heartbleed.com/). We do not use OpenSSL or any tool based on OpenSSL in any of our customer facing services. However, one of our internal source control systems was affected. A security patch was already applied. Although it is […]

16 November
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Engadget features Photon Cloud …

… ok, ok, not really, but at least indirectly by featuring the AppTag Laser Gun that “turns iPhones and Androids into augmented reality laser tag gun sights”, says Engadget or  brings “first person shooter gaming for the real world” to quote Hex3, the creator of the AppTag. The whole project started […]

8 October
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David Helgason Recommends Photon in Unite 2012 Keynote

“If you are making multiplayer games you should definitely look at this [Photon] stuff.” Mr. Helgason, CEO of Unity, himself said so during his keynote at this years Unite 2012. Go, watch and hear it here. (Photon praise starts at 0:14:28).