Posts Tagged Podcast Style

Daily Developer Interviews (Can Be You, Too!)

May 20, 2014

I’m looking to speak with – and share the stories of – people creating videogames of all types, sizes, and purposes. Noncommercial is welcome, but so are commercial projects. Student projects and game jam projects are also fine too, as long as they are complete and original in design. Conditions to be interviewed: • You’ve… Read more »

Interest-Driven Design Audio Course: First Track

Apr 13, 2014

As part of my preparations for the HobbyGameDev Kit coming out later this month, I’ve recorded a new multi-hour audio course titled Interest-Driven Design. By interest-driven, I’m referring to the kinds of videogames that we make simply because we want to make them, in contrast to profit-driven design. The course covers many of the practices,… Read more »

Open Response to a Question About Female Armor

Jul 11, 2013

In a recent online discussion, the thread began with a user appreciating that Skyrim‘s female armor isn’t needlessly revealing or hypersexualized. Another added that Dark Souls is also good about this, and I had this image to add to the conversation, showing that that game’s prequel, Demon’s Souls, is pretty good about it, too: In… Read more »

Intellectual Property and Hobby Game Development

Jul 8, 2013

Combined with the e-mail question below, this post is particularly relevant in light of a recent news posting making the rounds, Treehouse Targets Indie Studio with Threat of Patent Infringement Lawsuit. Intellectual property is absolutely a topic that videogame developers, even if indie, student, hobby, or only doing noncommercial projects, really should try to become… Read more »

A Little Planning Can Go a Long Way

Jul 8, 2013

This post is available in audio form. Music by BoxCat Games, via Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Transcript: If you keep up with material on this blog, you know that I’m often a proponent of do, do, do. I’ve written entries before about over-preparation is often a form of procrastination, about how people over-complicating everything, and… Read more »

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