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Christian Kulenkampff's Blog

 

I am a game development enthusiast, software developer and gamer from Lüneburg, Germany. I studied Business Informatics at the University of Hamburg. My interest in video game development started with the first games I played on the SNES in my childhood.

 

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Comment In: [News - 09/30/2016 - 01:24]

I think otherwise. I think ...

I think otherwise. I think many Pokemon Go players never really came in touch with the franchise before. I think the extreme press coverage and the fact that you could see Pokemon Go players all over the cities made many individuals who usually not play games want to test this ...

Comment In: [Blog - 09/29/2016 - 10:07]

These kind of communication issues ...

These kind of communication issues alway remind me of this nice sketch https://www.youtube.com/watch v BKorP55Aqvg

Comment In: [Blog - 09/12/2016 - 10:18]

Great article Thank you ...

Great article Thank you

Comment In: [Blog - 09/06/2016 - 02:12]

I think comparing Arcade games ...

I think comparing Arcade games to free to play games is like comparing Pinball to Pachinko.

Comment In: [News - 09/02/2016 - 02:55]

I think it 's short ...

I think it 's short sighted to not publish sales data when you publish on a platform like Steam. Otherwise the organization behind the platform will always be able to dominate the market. The platform owners know exactly who plays/wants what. When you as publishers/developers don 't collectively share information ...

Comment In: [Blog - 08/22/2016 - 01:52]

The name stems from gambling ...

The name stems from gambling terminology - for a reason. I think it 's more than fitting to use such a term instead of euphemisms like superfan or high spender. In my opinion implementing the possibility for players to spend thousands of dollars lacks empathy. When developers use the phrase ...