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Open Data and Game Environments

The biggest challenge in modern game development is the rising cost of content. Consumer grade systems now allow for so much detail that the amount of work required to create a game world has skyrocketed, making open-world games nearly impossible for a small studio or team. Today even large, experienced teams struggle to capitalize on […]

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Jolly Rover

I played a lot of Jolly Rover this weekend, one of my favorite little moments is captured above. I have to say, this is one of the strangest games in recent memory.

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    Seth Marinello, game designer

    I began gaming in the early 90's during the heyday of PC shareware gaming. Somewhere during my Computer Science undergraduate studies I became interested not just in playing games, but creating them as well. I completed my Masters of Digital Media degree at the Centre for Digital Media in Vancouver, B.C. I am now a level designer at Visceral Games is my online notebook and portfolio. Here you will find my thoughts and presentations on gaming as well as the projects I have worked on during my studies.
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