Brian Kehrer is an independent game developer, based in Brooklyn, New York City.
In 2008 he co-founded Muse Games, an independent game studio focused on developing new titles for PC and mobile. While at Muse he developed CreaVures, a puzzle platformer, and Guns of Icarus, a cooperative airship combat game. Before his departure, he directed, produced, and led game design for Guns of Icarus Online, a 32 player competitive version of Guns of Icarus, which launched in November, 2012.
Brian worked at Psyop from 2012 to 2014, where he worked on various mobile games, including Nightmare: Malaria, a game for change which has been downloaded over 1 million times.
Brian is currently working independently out of his studio, Icosahedra, in Brookyln.
The views expressed by Brian are entirely his own.
One of the biggest challenges in VR development is the combined requirements of high framerate with high resolution. By transforming vertices into 'lens-space' we remove the need for full-screen render textures, massively improving mobile performance.
Tight deadlines, constraints on marketing and monetization, and real world issues. This article details the design decisions on Nightmare: Malaria, a physics platformer built to raise awareness for the Against Malaria Foundation.
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I would guess they are ...
I would guess they are separating based on revenue model, with MMOs and MOBAs deriving most income from subscription or sale of virtual goods, where Console / PC really just means traditional premium model. r n r nIn actuality, it looks like they are just trying to cram as many ...
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Got it - some of ...
Got it - some of those more advanced blend modes would be challenging, if possible at all, especially with the division ops. And if there is more math, well, you can only do so much with the hardware - r n r nBut if you didn 't have more math ...
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Marketing is not nearly as ...
Marketing is not nearly as cheap, easy, or viral as you make it out to be. It is expensive, well thought out, and crafted by extremely talented people. r n r nStart with a google search on the press release: r nhttp://sourceecreative.com/news-or-feature-story.php type news ID 8519 r n r nWe ...
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I could seriously get behind ...
I could seriously get behind an industry-wide demand for better STEM education for literally everyone in this country. r n r nThanks for the article, the comments, and your voice at GDC. Keep up the great work.