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Week 317

A quiet week for once, now that we have wrapped up most of the current projects on deck. The slower pace took some getting used to even though it is a welcome change from the constant pressure of the past few months. On the Free Birds front, we made some final fixes to the build […]

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Week 264

The delayed arrival of these notes should tell you something about what kind of week last week was: busy. For me, it was all about delivering and running Camparc. We’ll write more about it soon and are also sifting through our copious photos and videos. For now, suffice to say we had a more or […]

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Week 246

A large part of our time these weeks is spent writing proposals. A lot of things are heading our way so that’s good and it’s a welcome change from making things, which we’ve been doing for the past months. One fairly crystallised concept, codenamed SHIJIMI, is moving forward steadily and another, about Tokyo is in […]

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Week 242

We have been pursuing a project now officially called KEGANI with a friend in New York for the past couple of weeks. We hope to share a bit more about that but without giving too much away: we have set ourselves a brief to use our type of game design to tackle a specific social […]

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Week 236

Last week was another week working full throttle on AJI which has now been given an official name and domain (to be announced shortly). We setup a scrum list for the week and started working through that and we think that with the current velocity we should be able to show stuff in 1-2 sprints. […]

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Week 224

Monday Kars prepped a KAZUNOKO session with some games to play both to serve as an icebreaker and to show the breadth of experience possible in games. For this the classic This Is My Nose and the card game Scopa proved to be a great fit. If you have never played This Is My Nose […]

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