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This Week's Standout Member Blogs
Developing a game on Adobe Air for iOS
Svyatoslav Cherkasov shares his experience in developing a dynamic game for iPhone using Flash and the Adobe Air platform, looking at tricks, hints, examples, etc.
The game designer class - What does he do?
So you're browsin' around on Gamasutra, curious to learn more about being a game designer. However, "game designer" sounds a big vague... Do you know what the game designer does on a daily basis?
KoA: Reckoning - On menus in console RPGs
In tradition with Eric Schwartz's and Ted Brown's blog posts about Skyrim
's user interface, Axel Cholewa offers a small comment on what Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning
has to say on that matter.
Whose expression is it anyway?
Why is Angry Birds
highly regarded by most creators despite being a clone of Crush the Castle
, and yet Dream Heights
are universally despised by creators? More importantly, as an indie studio how do we realistically defend ourselves?
To clone or not to clone
Henry Truong describes his experience finding himself actually being "encouraged" to release a clone.