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Educational Feature: A History and Analysis of Level Design in 3D Computer Games - Pt. 2


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About the Author

Sam Shahrani is an M.A. candidate at Indiana University in the Master’s in Immersive Mediated Environments program through the Department of Telecommunications. He can be reached via e-mail at [email protected]

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