Ed Cotton: Thinking Differently About Game Development

Ed Cotton: Thinking Differently About Game Development
technology

The concept of "Game Seeds" and how it can inspire innovation in gaming.

Ed Cotton, BSSP
  • 18 november 2010

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Jim Wexler of Brand Games, one of the speakers at our “Meet the Makers” event, recently pointed me to an interesting idea of of the University of Utrecht called Game Seeds. Basically, it’s a way to inspire game designers to think differently about game design by forcing them to think about the actions of the character first, rather than the user.

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