Tag: Gamedesign

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Good videos about game theory, game design, machanics & more

If you have been looking for a good video game channels focusing on game theory, design, gameplay, game logic, mechanics then you should check out and subscribe to following youtube channels: Mark Brown, Game Score Fanfare, Extra Credit, Supper Bunnyhop, TheHappieCat, Downward Thrust. What Makes Good AI? | Game Maker’s Toolkit A Quick Explanation on How Procedural Generation Works in No Man’s Sky Why Do We Ship Buggy Games?
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Learn How to Draw Pixel Art with Timelapse Videos by DYA Games

The developers behind Strikey Sisters, Bot Vice and Super Star Path Games are regularly releasing fantastic timelapse video on how to create pixel art for video games. They range from pixel portraits, pixel houses, airplanes to popular and classic game characters. Check out, Subscribe and like the DYA Games Channel. Art House for RPG games Mario Bros and Yoshi Pixel Art Castlevania Pixel Art
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Ryder a fast-paced platformer with rockets and wall climbing

Chimango games a game development studio that has worked on various licensed platformer titles has released a trailer for their own game called: Ryder: The Deserter. The game will feature a fast-paced gameplay similar to classic platforming titles as well as new mechanics like wall climbing and controlling vehicles, rockets & enemies. Even though the game takes place in a post-apocalyptical setting the aesthetics and overall style of the game is very crisp, clean, bright, and colourful.
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Reward Systems and Mechanics of Addictive Mobile Games

“How not to make mobile games” video by PolyMatter illustrates very well how you could, and how many companies increase the session length (Play time), retention rate, DAU (Monthly active users) as well as in-app Purchases of their games. A good example are Arcade, Slot and “Strategy” Games that don’t have many common traits but use same mechanics including, virtual money, notifications, rewards to reach the KPIs. p.s. Don’t forget to Subscribe to PolyMatter for more amazingly illustrated videos.