The Future of Games

There’s a very interesting lecture at G4TV about the future of games. It starts off with some very interesting facts on the success of converged-reality games, and then goes on to make some very interesting predictions about how life could be in a the future. Very entertaining, and very educating: DICE 2010 – The Future […]

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Iron Grip: Lords of Atelia Beta is rolling out

Iron Grip: Lords of Atelia

It has been very busy lately, but it looks like the efforts were not in vain.

Iron Grip: Lords of Atelia, a strategic browser-based game that I’ve been working on for several months now, is entering a Closed Beta stage. The Closed Beta has not yet been announced, however, registration is already available here.

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My Games on TV (and other news)

That’s nice!! Just got a youtube link from a customer (EZ Way) for whom we’ve recently developed 2 nice little mini-games. The link shows their CEO demonstrating the games we’ve developed for them on TV (the morning show of Channel 2).



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Communifying games

bigHere’s a nice article I was sent about making games more community-enabled.
Although the article is a bit dated, it still has several observations that you might want to take a look at with regards to how to make games more community-oriented.

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Economy of PBBGs

gamaI ran into this article a few weeks back, but for some reason I didn’t think of adding it back then.

But I find it most interesting to anyone developing a multiplayer browser-based game (myself included), as it reveils some important information on the economic acheivements of some of the most successful BBGs out there, including economic performance.

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Innovative Casual Game Design

gama Here’s another interesting post on Gamasutra. While I don’t agree with each and every choice they made, the article does feature several very innovative (and fun!!) games.

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