Out of Hell 1 April 2012

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1. Prince of Persia source code was found.

2. DeNA and The Walt Disney Company have announced today that the companies have agreed to bring mobile social games to millions of players worldwide, through DeNA Group's Mobage social gaming platform. The two companies launched their first jointly developed social game, Disney Party, on March 28 on the Mobage network in Japan, which currently serves over 35 million in the country. DeNA and Disney plan to launch their second title, Disney Fantasy Quest, on April 2, and the third title based on Marvel Comics characters this summer in Japan.

3. Epic Games and Train2Game have announced that the lineup of video game luminaries who have committed to participate in Make Something Unreal Live includes Cliff Bleszinski, design director, Epic Games, Peter Molyneux OBE, founder, 22 Cans, and Steve Jackson, co-creator of Fighting Fantasy series and professor of game design, Brunel University. Co-sponsored by Epic Games and Train2Game, Make Something Unreal Live is an independent game development challenge that enables start-up studios to create brand new iOS games and release them on the App Store.

4. TIME.com launched their "2012 TIME 100 Poll" and are asking fans to cast their votes for the leaders, artists, innovators, icons and heroes that they think are the most influential people in the world. Ken Levine (@IGLevine), president, co-founder and creative director of Irrational Games (@IrrationalGames) is counted among the many candidates eligible for voting as of this morning and is the sole video game developer represented in the list. Click here for details.

5. Fans of Naval War: Arctic Circle can win a trip for two to scenic Bergen, Norway, home of Turbo Tape Games - a city almost a thousand years old perched on the fjords of western Norway. Read the press release for details.

6. Majesco Entertainment captured a flash mob on film at the IHRSA Fitness Convention. More than 2,000 Zumba enthusiasts gathered in downtown Los Angeles to dance in unison with Zumba creator Beto and celebrity Zumba instructor Gina Grant to Zumba Fitness Rush. You can watch the event video here.