"Balloon Boy" video games fly high

10/21/2009 | Christian Science Monitor, The

Video game makers have already capitalized on last week's "Balloon Boy" incident in Colorado. A pair of games based on the misadventure appear to have gained popularity, Matthew Shaer writes. The programs show that the game-development process is becoming increasingly user-driven, he writes.

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