The Journal of Game Development (JOGD), a peer-reviewed journal published by book publisher Charles River Media, and "dedicated to the advancement of game development as a recognized field within the computer science discipline", has announced a call for submissions.
The JOGD provides a peer-reviewed medium of communication and the raison d'etre for serious academic research focused solely on game-related issues as well as provides a vehicle for disseminating research and findings of the game development industry.
It is ended to "present the game development industry and academic community with original research as well as theoretical underpinnings that detail the most recent findings in related academic disciplines: the hardware, software, and technology that will directly affect the way games are conceived, developed, produced, and delivered."
Published quarterly, the JOGD covers all game development-related areas, including artificial intelligence, mathematics, physics, networking (e.g., massively multiplayer online games), programming, graphics, audio, simulation, polygonal techniques, real-time issues, and more. Other areas for these findings include robotics, visualization, and grid computing.
There are four issues published annually, and for more information about the submission process, interested parties can visit the Journal of Game Development website