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Just One More Turn: Game Development Tips From Sid Meier

Darenn Keller collects many of the game development tips, lessons, and anecdotes featured throughout Civilization creator Sid Meier's Memoir.

A Slow Gaming Manifesto

Artur Ganszyniec argues in favor of "slow gaming" as a design philosophy and an artistic path for game developers to follow over the course of their careers.

How Lobotomy Corporation Teaches The Value Of Bad Choices

Josh Bycer critically examines the ways in which Lobotomy Corporation forces the player to choose between a series of bad options.

Difficulty And Fairness In Rainbow Laser Disco Dungeon

Vector Hat's Mike T discusses the value of easy difficulty modes in games, and explains how Rainbow Laser Disco Dungeon accommodates players of all skill levels.

How To Revamp Your Game's Steam Page

Nora Blaskovits shares a series of tips for getting your game noticed on Steam via an effective and attention-grabbing storefront page.

Reflections On Puzzle Design In Puzzledorf

What makes a good puzzle? Stuart Burfield discusses his personal guidelines for puzzle design in the final entry of Puzzledorf's development log.

A New Taxonomy Of Difficulty

Rhys Frampton proposes a new approach to difficulty in game design that evaluates player engagement across multiple categories.

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  • How To Revamp Your Game's Steam Page [11.02.21]
  • img Nora Blaskovits shares a series of tips for getting your game noticed on Steam via an effective and attention-grabbing storefront page.
  • A New Taxonomy Of Difficulty [10.26.21]
  • img Rhys Frampton proposes a new approach to difficulty in game design that evaluates player engagement across multiple categories.
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  • DigiPen Institute of Technology
    As the first school in the world to offer a bachelor's degree in video game development, DigiPen has advanced the digital entertainment industry for more than 30 years by empowering students to become skilled programmers, artists, designers, and more.