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GameDuell strengthens expansion with new Head of HR
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Berlin based games provider intensifies recruiting activities with former Bigpoint team manager.

GameDuell lädt IT-Community zum TechTalk Explore (German)
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Siemens-Preis-Träger stellt Forschungsprojekt zur autonomen Navigation von Quadrokoptern vor

GameDuell stellt ein: Games-Anbieter präsentiert sich auf Job-Messe Connecticum (German)
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Berliner Unternehmen bietet jede Menge spannende Arbeitsplätze in den Bereichen IT, Technologie, Game-Design, Entwicklung, Grafik und Produkt-Management

GameDuell at the Developer Conference Droidcon
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Berlin based games provider increases momentum in mobile projects – Developer and designer recruitment to substantially expand tech teams

GameDuell starts year of growth with job and PR initiative
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Successful provider of casual games plans 120 new hires – Corporate communication, employer branding and PR under responsibility of new Head of Public Relations

World’s fastest bubble shooter out now for mobile: Bubble Speed
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Bubble Speed, GameDuell’s popular title – known from their own platform GameDuell.com and Facebook - has made the jump to mobile and is out now!

 

Germany’s Youngest Game Developer: „Software is boring. I prefer to make games.”
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For the past week, a young man has sat in the offices of GameDuell, Germany’s largest game site. His name is Fabian. He is just 14 years old and has already earned the respect of the GameDuell development team.

He showed us his version of Crazy Chicken programmed within a few weeks during Berlin’s cold winter. Fabian replaced the main characters with UFOs which he finds much cooler than chickens. He lets them soar through space on a mouse and keyboard controlled flight.

Although Fabian is proud of his little game, he does not seem completely satisfied with it.

“I only programmed this to reinforce my knowledge of the commands and to learn a new method. I would much rather work directly as a developer already, expand my knowledge, and invent brilliant games.” He has, of course, no intention of leaving school just yet because he knows, “to do this, I need to graduate high school first.”

Success in programming does not, as many suspect, require complete sacrifice and Fabian does not want to deny himself a carefree youth. He has many friends, plays soccer and is currently avidly following Germany’s progress in the European championship. He also likes music. Due to time constraints he only plays a single instrument right now, but he is still young and has time to add a few more later on.

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