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Sunday, November 21, 2010


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Game design

I've been working in game design for over 4 years, and in my experience the best games are always a product of a vibrant collaboration, where the team members can play off of one another's creativity - where the team is truly more than the sum of its parts.


"In contrast, the Game Design Through Mentoring and Collaboration students learn a wider range of technical skills which enables them to make 3D games with proper physics. I think this is pretty important because in my experience kids want to make games which look and feel as good as the games they play at home."

Are these kids going to spend two years working 60 hour weeks to make their game? Because otherwise they'll be disappointed if they're expecting graphic design and polish on par with the games they play at home.


Errr..game engines? Authoring tools? Hello!


Thanks for sharing this informative article.

Game Development Services

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