Hi! I'm a game designer (whose experimental games have been showcased internationally and succeeded in rising very different reactions, ranging from "enchanting" all the way down to "complete crap"!), academic, collector of classic games and author of two books: "On the Way to Fun", focusing on an original framework for game analysis, and the game history book "The Golden Age of Video Games", both published by AKPeters/CRC Press.
If it happens you read any of them, please let me know your feedback: any constructive criticism is always welcome!
More info at http://www.ProgramAndPlay.com
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Such a beautiful visual recreation ...
Such a beautiful visual recreation completely wasted by the musical background. XVII century England has such a rich musical heritage Just a little more research on this would have pushed the project even higher in terms of authenticity and historical accuracy and really helped in creating the right atmosphere, IMHO.
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Wouldn 't it make more ...
Wouldn 't it make more sense to order the rewards in terms of frequency i.e. Rewarding Player Experience stays at the bottom, then the cosmetic rewards visually informing the player about her progress should actually make her feel safer, which matches exactly Maslow 's second stage in his pyramid , ...
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Whoever wrote the Kama Sutra ...
Whoever wrote the Kama Sutra or their estate or legal IP holder is going to have a field day with this web site someday. The maintainer obviously had their IP in mind when creating the name Gamasutra . For shame lt lt r n r nAnd indeed it can create ...