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Damir Slogar's Blog


With over 25 years spent in the game industry and credited for over 100 games across 12 different platforms, Damir is one of the most experienced industry professionals in Canada. Born in Croatia, he started his career in the mid 80's as a programmer creating proprietary games for the MSX and Commodore Amiga. He spent the next couple of years in broadcasting; producing and hosting a live TV show devoted to video games and computer technology. In 1995, he founded a video game magazine where he worked as the editor. In 1999, he moved to Canada and continued his professional career as a lead programmer, first in Sandbox Studios and later in Digital Illusions Canada. In 2004, he established BBB, which quickly became one of the best known casual and handheld game developers in North America, as evidenced by numerous “Best Game” awards. In last 10 years, he has been instrumental in growth of the studio that created some of the best known casual and mobile game brands. 


Damir Slogar's Comments

Comment In: [News - 11/08/2018 - 01:34]

Patrick is not a DICE ...

Patrick is not a DICE founder btw.

Comment In: [News - 08/10/2017 - 03:30]

Ramin, can you give me ...

Ramin, can you give me an example of what would you consider 'personal information ' The lawsuit is available here: Rushing v Disney 20170803.pdf and from what I can understand it references only the data related to player behavior. Except paragraph 28 9 that applies more the way how ...

Comment In: [News - 01/13/2017 - 12:02]

Who would think that the ...

Who would think that the brilliant idea of stocking the most prominent shelves with the hundreds of identical empty boxes of the games that are not yet released wouldn 't attract buyers Gamestop really excels in confusing consumers.

Comment In: [Blog - 06/15/2016 - 01:46]

To get the ARPDAU, simply ...

To get the ARPDAU, simply divide the daily revenue by the number of DAU . So how is the using the average for ads any different than determining ARPDAU from IAP You still have 2 of the users generating all the revenues.

Comment In: [News - 05/17/2016 - 09:10]

Is this a joke Nintendo ...

Is this a joke Nintendo says ..that assumption is incorrect. What assumption That they gather the consumer data And then in the next sentence they are confirming that exact thing. Followed by clarifying that they are not selling or sharing that data with 3rd parties - something that the original ...

Comment In: [News - 04/04/2016 - 11:55]

Chart obviously shows average spend ...

Chart obviously shows average spend per payer, not per player as stated above.