Comic books are filled with confrontations. I mean, it wouldn’t be all that interesting if Superman just went to work as Clark Kent, had a standard day where nothing happened, and then went home at night. Not really thrilling. So you’ve got supervillains and even rogue superheroes and all other sorts of things going on. […]
Oh, to be able to control time. You’d be able to speed through the week and get to the weekend again. Or go back in time and relive really great moments. Hell, I’d go ahead and schedule up TGN posts for the next decade or two at one time. But if there were other people […]
Having your country below sea level can possibly cause some issues unless you’ve got a really good levee, lock, and dam system. Well, the Netherlands is below sea level. And they’ve got a pretty good system going for them. But what if those systems start to fail? It’ll take a lot more than just sticking […]
On the 10th of October I I started the Nowhere Prophet First Access on itch.io (http://itch.nowhereprophet.com). That was just over five weeks ago so I guess it's time for a look at how that went and how I feel about it.
The purpose of this article is to provide a lens for understanding and evaluating monetization strategies in games.
Welcome to Day 38! Today, were going to talk about the limitations of mobile VR and make some changes in our game to fix things. Weve already started to fix some things, specifically adding event triggers to our enemies, but theres still many to solve
Game development for an iPhone has never been so much easy as it is now. All you need to get started is going to the Apples App Store, and you get all the resources readily available.
How to efficiently populate massive game worlds? Certainly, we dont want to place every tree manually. After all, game development is about making smart trade-offs.
Every story has a beginning. In this new preview of Stuffed Fables from Plaid Hat Games, we get a look at the first couple pages of the Storybook. So, what is this all about? Where is “base” that we build up from? That’s what you get to see. From the post: Hello, and welcome to […]
Here we present technical details behind rendering of Mud and Water in Spintires:MudRunner, a driving simulation game, developed by Saber Interactive and published by Focus Home Interactive on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC (Steam).
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Current difficulty systems often focus on fixed metric manipulation to appease players when it comes to difficulty, but through the use of a different cognitive neuropsychology lens, can a more 'organic' method to game design and difficulty be produced?
The Belgian Gaming Commission's general director has told local media outlet VTM that the outfit is investigating whether the loot crate systems in Battlefront II and Overwatch qualify as gambling. ...
"Crates can be a fun addition as long as you don't feel forced to engage with them in order to progress," a Battlefront II dev wrote on Reddit. "That's where the issue is with our game right now." ...
So, there’s been some discussion about what, exactly, Legacy of Dragonholt. It’s not quite an RPG. It’s not quite a board game. It’s sort of in its own category. As such, you might wonder, “so, what do you do in the game?” Well, in this preview Fantasy Flight shows off what quests are like in […]
Seems we’ve got a couple Dungeons & Dragons releases today that aren’t actually Dungeons & Dragons releases. In this case, it’s the Tomb of Annihilation set for Dice Masters. Want to get your dice-rolling on without your full group there? Now you certainly can, as you take on undead horrors (or control them, if you […]
The new system considers information from both a player's time in Counter-Strike and general behavior on Steam before placing them in matches. ...
You’ve got tabletop minis games. You’ve also got real-time strategy games. But what if you got your minis game into your real-time strategy game and your real-time strategy game into your minis game? You’d have All Out War: Battleground. If you’re a fan of original Warcraft and you’re a fan of Fantasy Miniatures Games, this […]
Most of us have played Settlers of Catan. It might have been a while, but you might remember how scoring works. You want to build settlements and cities, build long roads, collect soldiers, that sort of thing. But how will scoring work in the upcoming A Game of Thrones Catan: Brotherhood of the Watch from […]
The week continues along. We’re halfway to the end. Just gotta put our heads down and power through. Not that the week’s been terrible, mind you. Just busy. Lots of things on my metaphorical plate before I get lots of things on my actual plate next week. But before we can get there, let’s snack […]