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Artur Ganszyniec's Blog


Artur Ganszyniec is co-founder and designer in a story-focused indie studio Different Tales. Before that he worked for 11 bit studiosATGames, and CD Projekt RED. He focuses on story and system design, game writing, and–reluctantly–project management. He also teaches game design on Lodz University of Technology, Poland.


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Posted by Artur Ganszyniec on Thu, 02 Jan 2020 11:31:00 EST in Design, Indie
Our friends spent five weeks freezing on a boat to Antarctica, and we used his experience to design a documentary, procedural narrative in Wanderlust Travel Stories.

Posted by Artur Ganszyniec on Mon, 09 Dec 2019 10:49:00 EST in Design, Serious, Indie
Wanderlust Travel Stories is an anthology of interactive travel literature we published in fall 2019. In this article, I share how we used context and personal perspective to make choices relevant for the player and easier to implement.

Posted by Artur Ganszyniec on Mon, 24 Jun 2019 10:27:00 EDT in Design, Production, Serious, Indie
When I noticed that my taste in games changed, I started comparing my experiences with friends, colleagues, and strangers. Born from the conversations, is my take on a Slow Gaming Manifesto.

Artur Ganszyniec's Comments

Comment In: [Blog - 01/02/2020 - 10:12]

Thank you for that post, ...

Thank you for that post, I enjoyed it. r nAlso, I personally think that the conscious use of the Kuleshov effect is an underrated design tool.

Comment In: [Feature - 10/25/2012 - 04:10]

Why It seems to me ...

Why It seems to me that just making your current version free with IAPs would be another totally valid tack, right r n r nWhen we were making the decisions at the beginning of 2012 the only business F2P model, that we knew for sure was making money was based ...