- Results from Game Design Challenge: Leap Motion
Game Career Guide's readers suggest a variety of creative uses for the motion-sensing Leap Motion peripheral, crafting original concepts that challenge player dexterity.
- Seven (mostly) free legal resources for game developers
Attorney Zachary Strebeck provides a list of industry-related legal resources, giving students a leg up on any potential legal issues they may encounter as game developers.
- College Dev Status Report
College freshman Tony Yotes discusses how his first published apps are performing, giving students an idea of what to expect from the current App Store climate.
- Jamming Your Way Into the Industry
University of Copenhagen graduate and Nordic Game Jam organizer Anchel Labena explains how students can kickstart a career in the games industry by participating in indie-led game jams.
- Postmortem: Pitch Jumper
Florida Interactive Entertainment Academy Master's student A.J. Walker reflects on the development of Pitch Jumper, a student-created rhythm game for iOS and Android.
- Advice for Game Design Students
Self Made Miracle designer Rick van Ginkel offers his perspective and advice for incoming game design students, reflecting on his university experience in this detailed feature.