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    রাজধানীর হাতিরঝিলের নান্দনিক স্থাপত্য সৌন্দর্য নিয়ে হাতিরঝিল ড্রিম বিগিনস কম্পিউটার গেম বাজারে ছাড়া হয়েছে। এটি তৈরি করেছে ম্যাসিভ স্টার স্টুডিও। গতকাল সোমবার ঢাকার আগারগাঁওয়ে বাংলাদেশ কম্পিউটার কাউন্সিল মিলনায়তনে গেমটির মোড়ক উন্মোচন করেন তথ্য ও যোগাযোগপ্রযুক্তি প্রতিমন্ত্রী জুনাইদ আহমেদ। এ সময় তিনি বলেন, তারুণ্যের শক্তিকে কাজে লাগিয়ে সেটিকে সম্পদে রূপান্তর করতে হবে। আমরা একটি প্রযুক্তিনির্ভর অর্থনীতির স্বপ্ন দেখছি। ডিজিটাল বাংলাদেশ গড়তে হলে প্রযুক্তিনির্ভর একটি প্রজন্ম তৈরি করতে হবে।
    অনুষ্ঠানে বাংলাদেশ অ্যাসোসিয়েশন অব সফটওয়্যার অ্যান্ড ইনফরমেশন সার্ভিসেসের (বেসিস) সভাপতি শামীম আহসান বলেন, দেশের একদল তরুণ যে এ গেমটি সফলভাবে তৈরি করেছেন, তা একটি বড় ঘটনা। ম্যাসিভ স্টার স্টুডিওর প্রধান নির্বাহী মাহবুবুল আলম বলেন, এখন বাংলাদেশ থেকে বাণিজ্যিকভাবে কম্পিউটার গেমস রপ্তানি করা সম্ভব হবে। প্রতিবছরই হাতিরঝিল ড্রিম বিগিনস গেমের নতুন সংস্করণ প্রকাশ করা হবে। আমরা মুক্তিযুদ্ধের চেতনা ও ইতিহাস নিয়ে ৭১ শিরোনামে আরও একটি গেম নির্মাণের কাজ শুরু করেছি। অনুষ্ঠানে বক্তৃতা করেন বেসিসের সাবেক সভাপতি মাহবুব জামান, ৭১ টেলিভিশনের প্রধান সম্পাদক ও ব্যবস্থাপনা পরিচালক মোজাম্মেল বাবুসহ অনেকে।
    রেসিং ধাঁচের এ গেমটির দৃশ্যায়নে এসেছে হাতিরঝিল। গাড়ি, স্পিডবোট ও বিমান নিয়ে খেলা যাবে গেমটি। তিন ধরনের যান চালানো যাবে হাতিরঝিলের রাস্তায়, এর সড়ক এবং আকাশে। গেমটিতে রয়েছে ৩১টি পর্ব। আপাতত গেমটি খেলা যাবে কম্পিউটারে। মোবাইল ফোনে খেলার জন্য তৈরি হচ্ছে অ্যানড্রয়েড সংস্করণ। হাতিরঝিল ড্রিম বিগিনস গেমটি ২৭ মার্চ থেকে পাওয়া যাবে ঢাকার প্রযুক্তি বাজারে। এক সিডির এ গেমের দাম ১৫০ টাকা। মো. রাফাত জামিল

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aasifz View Post
    I will surely buy this..
    and surely upload and share with us

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    Quote Originally Posted by newgamer View Post
    and surely upload and share with us
    just wait till next month, google will be flooded with keywords like Hatirjheel game, dream begins free download, etc. etc.. :v

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    mmm...khelte hobe
    I AM ..........a GAMER.

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    ne1 knows how to "piracify" a game?
    ai gameta pirate korte hobe

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahim1rocks View Post
    ne1 knows how to "piracify" a game?
    ai gameta pirate korte hobe
    just try to help the developers and it only cost you 150 taka only which eventually half of the price of minimum internet data packages

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    just try to help the developers and it only cost you 150 taka only which eventually half of the price of minimum internet data packages
    150 tk makes sense.what doesn't make sense is most developers charge 40-60 dollars for a single game...would definitely buy this one

    has ne1 played Dhaka racing?

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    Hatirjheel er durgondho tao ki simulate kora hoisey game e?

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    Quote Originally Posted by REVx View Post
    Hatirjheel er durgondho tao ki simulate kora hoisey game e?
    jodi koira thake taile to pc falai dite hoibo

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahim1rocks View Post
    150 tk makes sense.what doesn't make sense is most developers charge 40-60 dollars for a single game...would definitely buy this one

    has ne1 played Dhaka racing?
    even though you wrote them in English i couldn't even understand your complains -_-

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    even though you wrote them in English i couldn't even understand your complains -_-
    its quite simple....charging 150tk for a game is ok. Charging 50 dollars for a game is not okay.
    Don't tell me you still didn't get it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahim1rocks View Post
    its quite simple....charging 150tk for a game is ok. Charging 50 dollars for a game is not okay.
    Don't tell me you still didn't get it.
    you were talking before about piracy this game and then talking about dollar stuffs, well it depends on the developer and how much the game cost in making them properly, thats why international games costs way too high because the making cost is also high enough, if a game like bf3 or bf4 which making cost almost 100 million dollar and if you think those games should have selling price less than 10 dollar that obviously doesn't make any sense,
    Last edited by sensei; March 26th, 2014 at 09:33.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    you were talking before about piracy this game and then talking about dollar stuffs, well it depends on the developer and how much the game cost in making them properly, thats why international games costs way too high because the making cost is also high enough, if a game like bf3 or bf4 which making cost almost 100 million dollar and if you think those games should have selling price less than 10 dollar that obviously doesn't make any sense,
    suppose if they charge $20 for a game which has a making cost of 100 million. I am pretty sure that the number of video game sales would be more than double the current sales. Many people from the third world countries would actually consider buying these games. Or the game companies could follow a kaspersky like business strategy. Kaspersky internet security which costs about $59 in the US costs less than 1500 Tk ($17) in Bangladesh. So everybody wins..the developers and the buyers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fahim1rocks View Post
    suppose if they charge $20 for a game which has a making cost of 100 million. I am pretty sure that the number of video game sales would be more than double the current sales. Many people from the third world countries would actually consider buying these games. Or the game companies could follow a kaspersky like business strategy. Kaspersky internet security which costs about $59 in the US costs less than 1500 Tk ($17) in Bangladesh. So everybody wins..the developers and the buyers.
    the game is not an antivirus stuff and the game developer have to be a part of the countries dealers or have to be connected with web markets like akhoni.com or ajker deal, and no ea or ubi soft is not any voodoo company to have any price tag of 20 dollar for latest released and most demanding games, because the raw price of their 2-3 years old titles eventually drop their prices to 20 dollar as minimum price, you pirate it or not but single player games dont have any value this days and for server and other online stuffs 40 dollar is preety good price tag and not to say in some occasions they drop the price like humble bundle or crismas or other origin or steam discounts so their policy is cristal clear like water and i dont see any problem with this, and people in bangladesh also have good ratio when it comes to buying legit copies too

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    ‘Hatirjheel: Dream Begins’ hit the stores!
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    “Hatirjheel Dream Begins” with the befitting title started a new dream for the nation when the first commercially developed video game was launched yesterday. The game was launched by Massive Star Studio in a program organized by Information and Communication Technology Division.The program held at Bangladesh Computer Council(BCC) auditorium was attended by the Honorable State Minister for ICT Mr. Zunaid Ahmed Palak, who inaugurated the game. Massive Star Studio, a video games research and development company, teamed up with the ICT Division as its associate partner to develop this game.At the program Mr,Palak stated: “Video games these days are not only for children, older people also playing them quite frequently. In near future, video games will be bringing the opportunity to explore a new economic side and we need to address it.”
    In near future, video games will be bringing the opportunity to explore a new economic side and we need to address it
    After the inauguration, CEO of the Massive Star Studio SM Mahabub Alam demonstrated the game. Other notable personalities like the Ex-president of BASIS Mahaboob Zaman and Chief Editor and Managing Director of Ekattor TV Mozammel Babuwere were also present at the occasion, among many others.

    http://hifipublic.com/hatirjheel-dre...it-the-stores/
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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    the game is not an antivirus stuff and the game developer have to be a part of the countries dealers or have to be connected with web markets like akhoni.com or ajker deal, and no ea or ubi soft is not any voodoo company to have any price tag of 20 dollar for latest released and most demanding games, because the raw price of their 2-3 years old titles eventually drop their prices to 20 dollar as minimum price, you pirate it or not but single player games dont have any value this days and for server and other online stuffs 40 dollar is preety good price tag and not to say in some occasions they drop the price like humble bundle or crismas or other origin or steam discounts so their policy is cristal clear like water and i dont see any problem with this, and people in bangladesh also have good ratio when it comes to buying legit copies too
    Not even 1% of the video games sold in Bangladesh are legit copies so how can you say "people in bangladesh also have good ratio when it comes to buying legit copies too" Bangladesh ranks 2nd highest in the world for software piracy. 92% of the softwares are pirated. If many multinational companies did not use original softwares this number would be even higher.

    I know that there are costs associated when game developers provide gaming servers for multi player gameplay but seriously that cost won't even make up 20% of the game's price. You say they drop game prices during Chrismas but the price reduction doesn't really affect the prices in BD. And if you wanna talk about steam..how many of us has the payment method for buying games from steam??How many of us has a fast enough high volume internet connection to download games from steam?..Chrismas er shomay computer hardware eo onek discount dai but that also doesn't affect the prices of computer hardwares in Bangladesh. All I wanna say is that as a third world country where the average people earns a little over $1000 a year, selling a game with $40-$60 doesn't make sense..That's why antivirus companies has adapted with this fact and now sells antivirus which costs $60 in the developed counties with only $17 in the third world countries. This has greatly increased the sales of original antivirus softwares in Bangladesh. The same can be done with games........ ak duita mamar cheye bis tirista mama valo

    I quote this from the daily star
    "Some countries even have different regions that need different marketing strategies for successful sales, he says. Kaspersky Lab, one of the fastest growing award-winning security software solutions providers, has recognised this fact from its beginning 12 years ago. By contrast, American software companies do not recognise this as they follow traditional marketing approaches."

    "In just a year, Kaspersky sold legal products worth more than $1.5 million. This may be a small figure in the multi-billion dollar global anti-virus solution scenario, but it is a milestone in Bangladesh, as no consumer software product made such a record before."

    If you wanna know more about what I was trying to say http://archive.thedailystar.net/newD...php?nid=117097
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    Quote Originally Posted by fahim1rocks View Post
    Not even 1% of the video games sold in Bangladesh are legit copies so how can you say "people in bangladesh also have good ratio when it comes to buying legit copies too" Bangladesh ranks 2nd highest in the world for software piracy. 92% of the softwares are pirated. If many multinational companies did not use original softwares this number would be even higher.

    I know that there are costs associated when game developers provide gaming servers for multi player gameplay but seriously that cost won't even make up 20% of the game's price. You say they drop game prices during Chrismas but the price reduction doesn't really affect the prices in BD. And if you wanna talk about steam..how many of us has the payment method for buying games from steam??How many of us has a fast enough high volume internet connection to download games from steam?..Chrismas er shomay computer hardware eo onek discount dai but that also doesn't affect the prices of computer hardwares in Bangladesh. All I wanna say is that as a third world country where the average people earns a little over $1000 a year, selling a game with $40-$60 doesn't make sense..That's why antivirus companies has adapted with this fact and now sells antivirus which costs $60 in the developed counties with only $17 in the third world countries. This has greatly increased the sales of original antivirus softwares in Bangladesh. The same can be done with games........ ak duita mamar cheye bis tirista mama valo

    I quote this from the daily star
    "Some countries even have different regions that need different marketing strategies for successful sales, he says. Kaspersky Lab, one of the fastest growing award-winning security software solutions providers, has recognised this fact from its beginning 12 years ago. By contrast, American software companies do not recognise this as they follow traditional marketing approaches."

    "In just a year, Kaspersky sold legal products worth more than $1.5 million. This may be a small figure in the multi-billion dollar global anti-virus solution scenario, but it is a milestone in Bangladesh, as no consumer software product made such a record before."

    If you wanna know more about what I was trying to say http://archive.thedailystar.net/newD...php?nid=117097
    just giving a local news paper news as a reference doesn't make any sense because the list where Bangladesh becomes 2nd in world piracy rating was 7 years old news and in 7 years lots of things happened and about steam and origin discount, seriously do you even know about them properly? do you ever buy any original game in your whole life? i guess you don't thats why you really dont know how many people in this country buys legit copies, just search over banglagamer bf thread or other threads you will see how many people actually bought legitcopies,and you said about internet connection and other stuffs, well almost every where in our country you can have wimax connections and if any one want to buy legit copies he can easily buy them from many facebook pages and obviously if he want to and about the kaspersky stuff, well you can see they have local dealers so from where can you get dealers for games? thats why its not possible and that's why i said antivirus example isnt accurate here

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    is it available now? where to find it?

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    just giving a local news paper news as a reference doesn't make any sense because the list where Bangladesh becomes 2nd in world piracy rating was 7 years old news and in 7 years lots of things happened and about steam and origin discount, seriously do you even know about them properly? do you ever buy any original game in your whole life? i guess you don't thats why you really dont know how many people in this country buys legit copies, just search over banglagamer bf thread or other threads you will see how many people actually bought legitcopies,and you said about internet connection and other stuffs, well almost every where in our country you can have wimax connections and if any one want to buy legit copies he can easily buy them from many facebook pages and obviously if he want to and about the kaspersky stuff, well you can see they have local dealers so from where can you get dealers for games? thats why its not possible and that's why i said antivirus example isnt accurate here
    Seriously..you are saying "giving a local news paper news as a reference doesn't make any sense." AT LEAST I HAVE SOME REFERENCES TO SUPPORT THE THINGS I AM SAYING. Bangladesh ranked 2nd highest in piracy before and this has not changed. I have a pretty good idea about the methods of buying original games so I know the amount of people buying it. The number of sales of original games is extremely low. The whole time I was talking about the mass population and you are constantly giving examples of the few people who has bought a few legitimate copies of games. As I said, the whole time I was talking about the general population and I gave arguments in which I was talking about the mass population. You on the other hand is telling me personally that I did not buy any legit game copies in my whole life. WHO THE HELL ARE YOU TO TELL ME THAT I DID NOT BUY LEGIT SOFTWARES IN MY WHOLE LIFE.. As for internet connection do you even know the number of people having high volume data connection?? Wimax has spread quite rapidly in Bangladesh but most of the users have a data volume below 8 GB. Good luck trying to download a 32gb Call of duty ghosts with less than 8gb internet connection. There are import groups who will import things from abroad but they charge more than 90 tk per dollar + shipping cost. If want to buy a games costing 50 dollars with (50*90+shipping) that is 4500tk + shipping costs nobody is stopping you. You can also always buy from shops and pay 6000tk for a original game that costs around 50 dollars abroad. Kaspersky does have dealers in Bangladesh and kaspersky sells their softwares at low prices only in Bangladesh and because of that lots of people from Bangladesh are buying legitimate anti virus. They had sales worth (1.5million USD) in the last year which is a record sale of legitimate software in Bangladesh. All I am saying is that if companies like EA, UBISOFT did the same, both the Bangladeshi population and those game companies would be benefited. I am sure those companies would not have any trouble managing a dealer in this country.

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