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Mike Naulls's Blog

 

Age: 22 year-old 

Gender: Male

Location: Charlotte North Carolina, (Orlando Florida [School])

Occupation: College Student (Full Sail University)

Professional Career of Interest: Game Mechanics Programmer -> Studio Owner

Hobbies: Writing Novels, Crafting Convenience Programs, Model Painting, and Studying Game Design.

 

 

I am a Game Development student at Full Sail University. Although programming is the prime focus of my studies I endeavor to learn and evolve through study of all aspects that make up a game, from the binary of code too upper management and marketing. Eventually I wish to step in the shoes of an entrepreneur and start my own studio; however for now I am content getting my programs up and running for my classes. I have only recently taken to intense study of Game Design, both modern and historical and welcome the chance to speak on the subject with those who have more experience than me. I thank you in advance for guidance you provide me and hope that I can provide an interesting perspective.

 

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Comment In: [Blog - 05/26/2014 - 05:01]

I like the points you ...

I like the points you made about DDA, and I also agree that game designers at all levels should strive to craft a more difficult experience for the player, if at least a more naturally challenging environment rather than one long scripted event of a game. However when in regards ...

Comment In: [Blog - 05/13/2014 - 07:40]

I thoroughly enjoyed this particular ...

I thoroughly enjoyed this particular thread as narrative has been a subject I have been studying in my spare time. I feel that it is a high bar to shoot for have a Psudo-emotion foundation in most situations. Taking the genre into account this particular system makes the most sense ...