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Talk – Prof. Alexandru Iosup, Delft University of Technology …

We present here the new game design and three elements of our approach: a new approach for trading-off consistency for latency to support the future scalable game world, a game analytics back-end to support the future social component of the game design , and a mobile offloading system to support the future mobile component of the game platform. (Warning: [email protected] is ongoing work, and has many research and technical unknowns.) The talk will be …

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How a game design student in California created Portal for a …

Alex Marcolina is a game design student based in California. …. Since 1996, this approach has produced award-winning games, leading-edge technologies, and a groundbreaking social entertainment platform. We're always …

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StartUp Beat – Every startup has a story. Eruptive Games has …

Eruptive Games has impressed gamers and investors (to the tune of a recently-raised $1 million round) with its social games for both casual and hard core players. Tweet. Eruptive Games logo A Q&A with Eruptive Games CEO Julian … At Eruptive, the games we build impact the industry. Although this approach is riskier, we tend to take calculated chances, leveraging our experience and ongoing research to design cool new titles that don't already exist in the space.

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Another Journey – Technoculture, Art and Games

I think both of these reviews are about the interpretation of the designers or maybe the design in a kind of “what's this game supposed to be about?” sort of way. There is nothing wrong with that of course but isn't this approach …

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Upcoming Event : OpenClass Game Developers Meetup on …

3:15pm : 'Players as Designers: A Player-Centred Approach to Game Design ' by Dr Souvik Mukherjee, 'Language, Emotions and Culture' Project, Humanities and Social Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi. 4:00pm …

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How Social Games Ate Our Lunch : How Social Games Ate Our Lunch

Something about these ” social ” games so terrified gamers and game developers that as a unit they flew from edgy First Amendment defenders to Dr. Phil groupies in ten seconds flat. Because my approach to game design has always been full …

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