About Binary Star
Binary Star is an independent game and game engine developer based in New Zealand. They are currently working on working on two projects; a multiplayer game engine Proton and an online-multiplayer action-RPG title Hybrid Combat.
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Latest Binary Star News
Apr 27, 2023
Astronomers suspect Starlink satellites are photo-bombing a Chinese telescope's spectroscopic observations, prompting some to mistakenly identify them as binary stars. ByMichael Kan My Experience I've been with PCMag since October 2017, covering a wide range of topics, including consumer electronics, cybersecurity, social media, networking, and gaming. Prior to working at PCMag, I was a foreign correspondent in Beijing for over five years, covering the tech scene in Asia.
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