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Finnish independent game developer Ludibrium Ltd has launched their first Windows Phone 7 game – Manhattan 2020. The game is available world wide for free on the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace.

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If you are an iPhone application developer, you could leverage your existing skills, and successfully design and build applications for the Window Phone.

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Picture Viewer

The Windows Phone photos experience supports extensibility points for applications. Developers can build custom applications that look and feel like part of the built-in camera and photos experience.

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Windows Phone 7 Stencil Kit

UIstencils has released Windows Phone 7 stencil kit and sketch pad. Both the products work precisely with each other and have been co-developed with the Windows Phone internal design team at Microsoft.

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Fun Infused Games has released a fun, retro gaming tour de force Hypership Out of Control for Windows Phone 7. Hypership is now available on the WP7 Marketplace for free. Sample it for some super retro graphic emulation!

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Windows Server 2008 R2

The Zune software works only on Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. However, some tinkering around, and you’ll be able to install the Zune software on Windows Server 2008 R2.

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App Hub

App Hub provides several QuickStarts to introduce the basics for creating Windows Phone 7 applications. These QuickStarts are designed for readers who are new to Windows Phone development and also the ones who have experience, yet want to explore a specific feature/scenario.

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The developer contests don’t seem to end! Microsoft has now introduced a limited-time offer good only to U.S. residents, 18+, who are full-time or part-time students enrolled in a U.S. college or university at time of participation. All you have to do is build and publish Windows Phone 7 apps to win exciting prizes.

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Finding all the information a Windows Phone developer needs to make great apps and games just got easier!  Development documentation and content are currently spread across multiple Microsoft web properties, and there was no single place for developers to turn for the entire picture – until now.

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Jeff Wilcox, a developer on the Silverlight team at Microsoft spends a lot of his time (~80%) coding in C++. And that’s because Silverlight is a portable managed runtime and C++ (C with classes in this case) is what enables Silverlight portability. This hour-long video gives more insights.

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