Push the Lane!

I’ve been working on this game since late 2015. It started as an abstract dragging-stuff mobile game like Threes, then become more of a single player turn-based League of Legends, and now has become a strategy/tactics game that doesn’t resemble anything in particular. Here’s a rundown. Theme It’s an American Gladiators or Nickelodeon’s Guts! type … Continue reading "Push the Lane!"

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The Default Number of Players is One

I did a Twitter poll recently: What would you say is the default/ideal number of players for strategy games? — Keith Burgun (@keithburgun) May 17, 2016 Most people (almost half!) voted that there “is no default/ideal”. That probably sounds like a safe, reasonable choice, but it’s really a pretty bold claim to say that there … Continue reading "The Default Number of Players is One"

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CGD Podcast Episode 13: Videogame Consumerism

Today’s episode addresses consumerism (or hyperconsumerism) in the world of videogames. Videogames are, for the most part, the most fun they’ll ever be at the moment of purchase, or perhaps while you’re installing the game and leafing through the manual. I talk about “hype” and how being immersed in an atmosphere of advertisements affects our … Continue reading "CGD Podcast Episode 13: Videogame Consumerism"

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