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Unity makes iterative design easy

We are cur­rent­ly in the mid­dle of a project for which we are using Uni­ty 3D to quick­ly cre­ate a work­ing pro­to­type. We had want­ed to use Uni­ty for a while now because oth­er tools felt too con­strained. Now we final­ly have the oppor­tu­ni­ty to do so. Oth­er design com­pa­nies and depart­ments are also find­ing […]

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PRACTICE 2014 recap

This year’s PRACTICE, the game design con­fer­ence at NYU Game­cen­ter, was as great as expect­ed. It’s real­ly nice to be sur­round­ed by game design­ers for a cou­ple of days and to be able to dis­cuss game design in detail. As Frank Lantz put it in the intro­duc­tion: “Game design is a sick­ness and the only […]

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Week 193

Last week while I was still in Paris (like Kars men­tioned in the pre­vi­ous week’s notes) we launched the pilot for Rip­ple Effect. That was a moment where we saw the work of the past peri­od come to fruition and exposed real play­ers world­wide to the game. The game has held up very nice­ly but […]

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