The UCI aims to bring together developers from different institutions and independent passionate about the creation of fun, creative and experimental video-games. The developments will focus on prototypes and demonstrations of physical or digital games.
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The development of video games in Cuba represents a fundamental area in the country’s computerization policy, an essential issue in today’s society, with entertainment and educational uses.
The majority of Cuban-produced video games are created for environmental, educational, therapeutic, mental agility, and knowledge purposes, aimed at a range of users, although the focus is on younger generations.
The priority of this industry is to create new, higher quality video games, despite the challenges associated with promotion and distribution on any of the current platforms. Progress has been made, but remains insufficient, explained Luis Enrique Cubela González, head of Computing at the Animation Studios of the Cuban Institute of Cinematographic Art and Industry (ICAIC), speaking on the Mesa Redonda television program.
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Donald Trump did not win for the majority support of the voters of his country, because he was the favorite of the transnationals, or the press, not even for being well seen in his own party, but thanks to the enormous fragmentation of American society.
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Original Post Translated & Post by @CubanWindow: Proyecto Varela, the story of a failure
In 1998, Oswaldo Paya Sardiñas, who led the controversial Christian Liberation Movement in Cuba, who was poor in membership and without no link with others counter revolutionary groups, were encouraged by the United States and introduced a bill entitled Proyecto Varela.
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The name Eyeife comes from Yoruba and its meaning is related to one of the signs that are used for the divination with coconuts in Afro Cuban religion Santeria, and has to do with the balance between positive and negative energies. Mauricio Abad, artistic director of the festival, said the event wants new generations to know more about the African roots of Cuban culture. To give them these sounds through the music of the digital age, is an intelligent way.
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“I can assure you that we have never lacked the smile and the joy”, Rafael Cedeño Salazar, 26 years old.
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In the middle of the night, when the first daily thunders still do not ring, the city winks and whispers secrets; comes to tell him, figuratively, that admires him.
The city often seen him beat the rooster clock and has been dazzled by his ability to sweat, sweat, the daily impurities.
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