Are Folks Ready for ‘Gamblified’ Games? One Expert Says ‘Yes’

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In an interview with at this past week’s SiGMA gaming event in Malta, Marcus Yoder of Gamblit says people are ready for “gamblified” games.

Nostalgia in particular lures in young folks prone to play such games.


Popular arcade games in the 80’s are slowly making a comeback as the generation that grew up playing these games in the ’80s now has the disposable income to allow them to purchase the machines they loved for their home.

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