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Henrik Pettersson's Blog

 

Blog profile? What do you mean? I don't blog! I post comments with contrary opinions on other people's blogs. I think that is almost as good, and a lot easier.

 

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Comment In: [Blog - 05/14/2014 - 04:49]

Hey William, r n r ...

Hey William, r n r nNice meeting you last Tuesday. I must say what a pretty avatar : r n r nAlso, I object to two of your statements here. Using the extreme example of LoL is kinda dodging the fact that an overwhelming majority of f2p games wouldn 't ...

Comment In: [Blog - 01/09/2013 - 09:59]

My thoughts exactly, but better ...

My thoughts exactly, but better writing than I could accomplish. Have been part of all of those marketing activities you mention. I can add that doing them for games you are not proud of is really bad for your self esteem.

Comment In: [Blog - 09/25/2011 - 05:00]

Good reading. I came to ...

Good reading. I came to the same conclusion some years ago. Thought it to be quite self evident actually. edit: my, am I confident today... This can of course be made a question of semantics if you're out to argue. So what, we don't have a better word for really ...

Comment In: [News - 04/07/2011 - 05:21]

Programmer - Action oriented. Artist, ...

Programmer - Action oriented. Artist, creative, marketer - Visually oriented. Professional Game Designer - Considers all aspects even budget wahhh and finds the core of the game. Prioritizes accordingly and knows periferal aspects will get less love. Underneath a very well formulated article I smell a hint of the old ...

Comment In: [Blog - 11/18/2010 - 08:36]

While both the Escapist and ...

While both the Escapist and you, mr Kelly, have listed relevant and helpful skills, you have failed to recognize the single most important skill. The most important skill is 'seeing'. Human perception is always strongly influenced by preconceptions. When you design, you build up a lot of preconceptions about your ...