Laura Bularca's Blog
I <3 the art and craft of making games.
How many games do you think 100 million people need? How about more than a billion?
What happens in Amsterdam… does not necessarily stays in Amsterdam. This year at Casual Connect, which took place on February 4-6, Progress and Sweden Game Arena made a lot of friends.
Here is a set of game dev tips presented in a random order, and learned “the hard way” - I hope they help!
I spent today taking a closer look at Steam Curators. Here are my findings.
During this year's E3, Ubisoft stated that they will not add a playable female character in Assasin's Creed Unity because "Women are too hard to animate". This post is, however, not about Ubisoft.
The act of buying, and especially the act of buying entertainment (like games), is a constant vote towards the world we want to live in, whether we like it or not.
Laura Bularca's Comments
[Blog - 04/15/2015 - 02:28]
I enjoyed the article because ...
I enjoyed the article because it brings a straight forward business perspective for the studios that are serious to become sustainable companies as opposed to a bunch of people making the game of their dreams. There is a heavy emphasis on the lucky guys who developed a game in their ...
[Blog - 02/20/2015 - 01:01]
Wow thank you for the ...
Wow thank you for the comments I am happy it helped : It was meant as an encouragement especially to those teams who feel discouraged by the subject of too many games released . r n r nQuality and diversity are 2 separate subjects. I think while quality is always ...
[Blog - 01/26/2015 - 06:00]
Great conclusion of the Game ...
Great conclusion of the Game Outcomes Project r n r nI think this is a very helpful survey and I want to thank you for the amazing work you have done Also the access to raw data is awesome Do count me in for the next round of surveys, if ...
[Blog - 01/08/2015 - 03:01]
These are excellent tips and ...
These are excellent tips and the way you presented them does a good job to grasp how much work localization involves - something most inexperienced studios don 't think about. Thank you :
[Blog - 01/07/2015 - 06:31]
[Blog - 01/05/2015 - 01:17]
Thank you for your reply, ...
Thank you for your reply, Kayne - excellent points I hope the 2D infinitely generated MMORPG with a custom engine turn out a valuable experience in the end.