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Wanna know more about the driver skills of Mike Capps? And what does John Carmack teach his son in his free-time?

Markus Persson@notch 6:18 PM – 19 Mar 12

Debugging this is interesting, to say the least: http://i.imgur.com/DhmFp.png

Tim Schafer@TimOfLegend 8:53 PM – 15 Mar 12

Hey, I found Nick, in case you were looking for him. http://pic.twitter.com/UfwcsuWM

John Carmack@ID_AA_Carmack 2:41 AM – 14 Mar 12

Teaching my son set theory with Pokemon examples

Markus Persson@notch 6:11 PM – 10 Mar 12

AND!! We’ve settled with Bethesda! Yaaaay! <3

The settlement is that we give them the trademark, get to keep the name, and won’t make an elder scrolls competitor using the name.

The actual document I signed was like a billion pages, so at least we know a bunch of lawyers got rich. Good, wouldn’t want them to starve.

Mike Capps@epicactual 2:34 PM – 10 Mar 12

Saw this roadsign in Napa and proceeded to do donuts (slowly) in the road as instructed. Wine may have played a role. pic.twitter.com/JfdRolmX

Dear Zynga

For all those of you who haven’t seen this yet: Nimbebit thanks zynga for “being such big fans” of their iPhone game Tiny Tower:

Dear Zynga

Twitter Digest 0

Interested in the funniest tweets of your favorite game developers? So am I! Happy reading!

JesseSchell@jesseschel 5:07 AM – 5 Mar 12

Who’s up for all-nude #GDC? If enough of us do it, they can’t stop us! #allnudeGDC

John Carmack@ID_AA_Carmack 4:26 PM – 2 Mar 12

History Channel is great. My seven year old son: “Did you SEE all those weapons Alexander had??? He totally EVAPORATED the Persians!!!”

Markus Persson@notch 9:16 AM – 29 Feb 12

Ok, the inevitable happened. Last night, my PS Vita turned into another device I play Plants vs Zombies on. I think I’m addicted.

Markus Persson@notch 11:09 AM – 27 Feb 12

600,000 followers. Uh.. hey how are you?

Mike Capps@epicactual 5:03 AM – 27 Feb 12

Packing for a multi-week trip. Stared at my suitcase a while, gave up, and packed 5 identical black shirts. I hope black is the new black.

You’d be surprised…

This great comic has just come to my mind again. Was sent to me by my supervisor at Kiel University while I was working on my bachelor thesis…

“You’d be surprised how many times the Cook-Levin theorem was used in making the Halo 3 Engine.”

WAT

Past weekend at the Global Game Jam someone sent me a hilarious 4-minute-talk by Gary Bernhardt about strange behaviour of dynamic languages – Ruby and JavaScript in this case. Do you know what happens if you add an object to an empty array in JavaScript? Check it out!