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Nikolas Crisci's Blog


Hello my name is Nikolas Crisci,

I have been working on games since 2015. After I shortly dabbled into mobile games, now I am now working on a PC game called Will Glow the Wisp a platformer without Platforms. My main job is working in the clinical trial buisness as a developer. My hobbies are video games, board games, discgolf, movies. If you want to get in contact with me you can go to my website to find out more about me.




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In this blog post, I want to take a look at how creating an "Asset Flip" can have a positive influence on the gaming industry and when you should consider making one yourself.

How do lootboxes impact my game, what items should be inside lootboxes and should I use them at all. These a just some of the questions I try to answer in this blog post.

Can you talk about your game, is the pricing right and how does the game feel? These are just some of the points I am going to look at in this blog post.

Which factors do you have to consider when talking about movement controls and their "feeling"?

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Comment In: [Blog - 05/15/2020 - 03:53]

Great article, I like how ...

Great article, I like how you summarised it. I did think about it similarly, but having it spelled out like that gave me a better handle on things. This will help me alot in my current project. Good luck to you and the game, hope it does well.

Comment In: [Blog - 03/25/2019 - 09:21]

That was an interesting read, ...

That was an interesting read, thanks for that. I wish you the best of luck with your upcoming projects. It seems you have written this post before Tech Support Unkown Error was launched and I would like to get your perspective on how you felt working with a publisher turned ...