Archive for July, 2010

I’m a sad gamer – It’s all guns, armors, graphics and no story

I’m currently struggling to decide if I’ll get Starcraft 2. I really liked the first installment but it seems that I’m not in the majority when it comes to please players in these high-value productions. Heavy focus is put on everything multiplayer and I understand that for a game to last it’s probably the way […]

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Not knowing makes you feel safer

If you’re a fan of dystopian stories like me the title of this post is nothing new to you. And if you’re REAL fan of dystopian stories like me it’s really just something old you have thought about a hundred times and are bored of hearing. Truth is as much you might know ignorance keep […]

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Indie game: Steambirds, my random thoughts

You don’t know what is Steambirds? Go play now. I’m not going further until you have played a bit … … … Seriously … Ok I guess that now you have played a bit now. Here are my random thoughts about it. For some reason I found this oldish post on Gamasutra which I’m sure […]

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Two wonderful weeks of full-time indie game development

Let’s get done with the boring part first. Boring but important. Working at home on your own when you don’t have hard deadlines to reach is not for everyone. It’s so much easier to decide to go swim for 10-15-20 minutes in the pool when it’s 30 in your basement. When your incomes are a […]

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The Interweb is not part of reality

So yeah Blizzard have backed down. Ask me what I fear most. Almost total anonymity or having your name next to the things you are saying? Honestly I fear much more anonymity. In the last few days we have seen a part of the web going crazy about a company announcing in advance how it […]

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