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make game of (someone or something)

To ridicule, mock, or tease someone or something; to make fun of someone or something. I really don't appreciate you making game of my disability like that. Don't make game of your sister—you know how sensitive she is!
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By tapping into the natural passions of today's youth for playing and making games we believe we can help build a great motivation to embrace critical 21st Century and STEM skills.
Aimed at parents with children of primary school age, it will focus on playing and making games.
The findings come from TIGA's definitive annual report into the state and health of the UK video games industry Making Games in the UK Today: June 2015 which is based on an extensive survey of UK games businesses, with analysis by Games Investor Consulting.
I like making games as you can create stuff beyond your wildest imagination," Alen said.
The global success of the Wii has been attributed to Nintendo, making games for non-gamers, and with this in mind, a new online games portal has just been launched, alaplaya.
The company will stop making the consoles at its Japanese factory at the end of next month and will start making games for its two biggest rivals - Sony and Nintendo.
Tretton said Sony is expecting that developers will continue making games for the PSone platform, which has about 800 titles currently in print and another 230 expected to debut this year.
Acclaim Software, the company behind the best-selling Mortal Kombat beat-'em-up series, is to quit making games for the Mega Drive and SNES.
I like being a play leader and I love making games up.
That would come as a blow for British owners, as other firms are unlikely to continue making games for the Jaguar.
Among the trends: lots of simulation games, a post-iMac revival of the Mac gaming market (often with hybrid titles that will run on both platforms) and burgeoning developer interest in making games for the Nintendo 64, which had suffered from a dearth of titles in its first couple of years.
Founded by an international team of industry veterans, Nimbus Games is dedicated to redefining the craft of making games for social networks by perfecting the symbiotic relationship between art and science.
Making games lets children use their creativity, she said, and working at the festival give them a sense of contributing to the tribe.
an innovative entertainment company making games appealing to everyone, today announced the 2008 PlayFirst Firsties, a wrap-up of the best casual games of the year, selected by the people who play them.