Charlotte Walker's Blog
My love for gaming developed in 1985, when I first got hold of a classic Nintendo. Although Mario has a piece of my heart (as does Link from Legends of Zelda, and to an extent, every character in Final Fantasy), I'm constantly trying to grow and evolve with the times - just like videogames.
I know I'm a gal in a male-centric industry, but that's what makes this the more challenging and fun.
I'm currently studying gaming app development and I'm very excited about my new path in life.
From simulation to adventure games, making an online game can be a lot harder than it seems. With the right process, you'll be able to break the entire project into small, incremental steps, reducing the amount of redundant work that needs to be done.
As card games become more expansive and complicated, we’re diving into a whole new level of complexity in probability theory.
Randomization is becoming an integral part of gaming. Before, it meant that monsters could randomly spawn - and not much more. But today, procedurally generated worlds are creating never-ending experiences and unique gameplay like never before.
As the evolution of the smartphone continues, the meteoric rise of game apps for mobile phones and tablets has created a highly competitive market. What can we learn from one of the most successful mobile games in the world?
Within just the past decade the industry of game development has undergone radical changes. Game development has steadily shifted away from a handful of AAA studios towards smaller, independent developers -- and gamers themselves have evolved.
Welcome to 21st century economics: where a Valve economist becomes finance minister and the strength of virtual economies in intricate MMORPG are bound to directly influence not only economic theories, but more so, states’ economies themselves.
Charlotte Walker's Comments
[Blog - 08/06/2014 - 09:23]
Sorry about taking a while ...
Sorry about taking a while to get back to you - didn 't realize you commented. It 's generally the case that whichever new development software or language you use will require 're-learning ' certain aspects of programming to fit the mold or process of that particular language. In my ...