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Posted by Yongcheng Liu on 06/24/22 02:53:00 pm in Design, Console/PC, Social/Online, Smartphone/Tablet
This article tries to analyze different maps that are suitable for different types of games, including mini-maps.

Posted by Adrian Gimate-Welsh on 06/24/22 02:45:00 pm
We can’t deny the simple fact that many videogames are created by artistic minded people, with artistic drives, and a desire to offer aesthetic works for contemplation rather than competition.

Any QA testing team needs not only to take the front camera notch into consideration when testing, but it also needs a wide range of cell phone models because slight changes between them make a whole lot of difference for any, if not all, mobile games.

Posted by Mike Marrone on 06/24/22 02:13:00 pm in Design, Programming, Production, Console/PC, Serious, Indie, VR
Game Dev Digest Issue #145 - Level Up. The latest from the free weekly Unity3d/gamedev newsletter.

Posted by Yongcheng Liu on 06/24/22 12:45:00 pm in Design, Production, Console/PC, Social/Online
For these "fathers" as the main character, how can they make players who have no relevant life experience to become a qualified "good father" in-game? In this article, I will try to explain this from three aspects: character image, gameplay and narrative.

Posted by Joris Dormans on 06/23/22 11:48:00 am in Design, Console/PC, Indie
Two weeks after the release of Unexplored 2 we’ve redesigned the inventory system as players found it to be too restrictive and too diminishing of the fun of finding treasure during their adventures. In this post Joris Dormans looks back at this pivot.