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Memorable experiences are not just about "good things happenning" and "bad things happenning"; they are about complex feelings, "dramas". Dramas are what this article will look at: one from Super Mario Bros. 3, and one from Half Life 2 Episode 2.

Posted by Philip Yao on 09/01/14 01:53:00 pm in Production
This is a postmortem of Terranaut, a 2D exploration game that took a team of seven developers over 500 man-hours to complete.

Posted by Tom Battey on 09/01/14 10:41:00 am in Business/Marketing, Console/PC
As Sony and Microsoft continue to stretch the meaning of the word 'exclusive', I ponder how all these 'exclusives' actually benefit us as consumers.

Posted by Andy Lunique on 09/01/14 12:37:00 am in Business/Marketing, Console/PC
This is a simple guide on how you should think when making video game purchases.

Posted by Karan Gaikwad on 08/31/14 09:10:00 am in Design, Console/PC
This blog post tries to explore narrative in games and tries to focus on how narrative can be delivered without a dialogue.

Posted by JC Santiago on 08/31/14 03:43:00 am in Design, Production, Indie
Our designer recently implemented ragdoll phsyics in our latest demo. He wrote up this simple tutorial to help teach anyone else that was curious on how to make their character models flop like fish.

Posted by Frederic Fourcade on 08/30/14 04:23:00 pm in Design, Console/PC
I feel that these two games are very similar in the way they intend to involve the player in the plot. But they are interestingly different in the way these intentions are implemented in-game.

Posted by Alejandro Garza Cuellar on 08/30/14 02:51:00 pm in Production, Indie
It took us a while, but it's finally here: REalM Walk of Soul demo!! And that's not even the most important part, because when releasing the demo we decided to go big, and what better way to do it than to entering the game at Steam Greenlight.

Posted by Dan Felder on 08/30/14 02:41:00 pm in Business/Marketing, Design, Indie
Whether looking to improve, looking to hire or looking for team members - there's at least one big thing that sets amateur designers apart.

Posted by David Amador on 08/30/14 08:51:00 am in Programming, Indie, Smartphone/Tablet
Quest of Dungeons was made in C++ and OpenGL, it runs on Windows, Mac and Linux in native code. I never made anything for Android, in fact I never even used one before this, so when I decided to port QoD to it, I had no idea of what to expect.