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We discussed the design and the development of the soon-to-be-released retro platformer The Messenger with developer Thierry Boulanger. ...
I wanted to provide a disruptive game design framework based on shape language and traditional composition for heightening physical empathy. Here's how I did it. ...
Based in Bellevue, WA, Camouflaj is looking for a dev to work closely with its engineers and designers on core AI systems and mission mechanics. ...
"[I'm] fascinated by the emergent gameplay that comes from open-world systems," Brian Fargo tells RPS. "Yet we love storytelling, and so we want to explore how we might be able to merge those worlds." ...
Armature Studio is looking to bring a Sr. Gameplay Engineer on board at its Texas-based studio to design innovative gameplay systems for an ongoing project. ...
Cold Iron is seeking an experienced Console Gameplay Engineer to join its team and help create a shooter set in the Alien universe for consoles and PC. ...
In this 2009 feature, Steve Breslin examines the history and state of the 'sandbox game', looking at games like GTA IV and Spore to see how they fulfill the concept of unlimited, unfettered creativity. ...
Bellevue-based Sucker Punch Productions is looking for focused, collaborative, and professional engineers to implement gameplay features for its upcoming project. ...
Emergent Gameplay is a concept that many games claim they have, but few do. In this post, we're going to examine some of the conditions that need to be in a game for emergent elements to be possible. ...
CD Projekt Red is looking for a gameplay designer to join its Warsaw-based team in creating and tuning the rules of gameplay for an in-development project. ...


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