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Andreas Ojerfors's Blog

 

Hello! I'm Andreas Öjerfors, a game designer.

I’ve been in the gaming industry since 2003. Most of that time has been spent as a game designer (AAA MMORPGs, FPS and social games). I started out as an editor-in-chief of a Scandinavian gaming magazine, and I still love to write. I’ve also been a lector for level design students, and lectured at GDC Europe. Among other things.

For me, games are about much more than just “fun”. They are about the exploration of worlds, narratives, themes and mechanics – and it is my dream to contribute to titles that combine and advance all four.

Feel free to visit my private blog Pixel Park at http://http://www.pixelpark.se/blog/.

 

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Posted by Andreas Ojerfors on Tue, 19 Jun 2012 04:56:00 EDT in Design
The Designer’s Dictionary is a new series of blog posts looking into different aspects of game design, each time focusing on one word. This first post deals with the concept of "cool".



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Comment In: [News - 09/02/2014 - 06:34]

I was glad to see ...

I was glad to see so many devs signing the statement. For some time now I 've wished for a unified, clear message from the members of the games industry stating that we do not accept harassment. I hope and think a lot of people playing games have some level ...

Comment In: [News - 08/29/2014 - 05:12]

I m just so disappointed ...

I m just so disappointed in seeing some of the comments here. r n r nWhen people recieve this level of harassment there s only one decent way for us to respond: A display of utter disgust and condemnation. Discussion about the merits of the work or behavior of the ...