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James Morgan's Blog

 

My name is James Morgan. I am a video game designer based in Vancouver Canada. I have worked for large and small companies around Vancouver but lately I have been trying to do something different. I am making games that I have designed and releasing them myself. I am totally new to this world of business and marketing so I am making a blog to talk about my process so someone in the same boat can learn my mistakes or take from my success. 

This is a blog about me and my small team trying to release a title on steam. Our first game, the center of our blog, is a space thief game modeled after stealth games like Splinter Cell. It is our hope to create something unique and polished but above all fun to play.

James  Morgan

 

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Posted by James Morgan on Thu, 28 Mar 2013 01:19:00 EDT in Design, Console/PC
I talk about the design aspects of making a stealth based game and how it affects the process design. I'll talk about how I view stealth based games and how I'm trying to incorporate designs from other genres into the design.


Posted by James Morgan on Thu, 28 Mar 2013 01:11:00 EDT in
A small discussion about how production can change if the team members are not meeting deadlines.


Posted by James Morgan on Wed, 06 Feb 2013 03:39:00 EST in Design, Indie
A small group of game designers work towards releasing a game on steam. They will share their triumphs and failures working towards making a title that is both well polished and fun.



James Morgan's Comments

Comment In: [Blog - 03/27/2013 - 05:38]

Great article, thanks for sharing ...

Great article, thanks for sharing it. I feel like every MMO ever made has suffered from this wiki story based approach. I can 't imagine what type of game could be created without out it. Do you think that, in the case of mmo 's, a background story gives the ...