I’ve been wanting to write about BLDGBLOG for a long time. This post perhaps explains why I think Geoff Manaugh is one of the most interesting speculative fiction writers today: [You] begin to fast-forward the video at 4x speed, then 8x, then 16x, then 32x – and you realize, with a collective gasp, that that [...]
Other web sites about computer and video games
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Jordan Mechner, creator of Prince of Persia and all around nice guy, has a new website with information on all of the projects he has worked on, from Karateka to the Jerry-Bruckheimer-produced Prince of Persia movie. (Via John August.)
Time to help friends with a little publicity: On October 1st, AIGameDev.com, one of the top websites for AI in games, launched a premium membership area. It contains a ton of content, such as code samples, an AI sandbox, technical reports, master classes, interactive discussions with experts, A/V sessions… The mind boggles. I can’t think [...]
I just discovered that Scorpia, who used to write for the venerable Computer Gaming World in the 80s and 90s, has a website. A website that looks like it’s from the 80s and 90s. Still, great to see she is still present and active.
Looks like the Surreal Game Design website has turned into a bland corporate Midway site, instead of the entertaining blog by the designers at Surreal Software… a pity, I thought it was an excellent idea. I’m taking it off my blog roll, please contact me if any of the designers at Surreal have started new [...]
Surreal Game Design is a group blog on game design by the designers – all 17 of them! – at Surreal Software in Seattle. They make me feel inadequate by writing lots of great articles about professional game design, but then again, they’re 17 and I am just by myself. Also, I need a lot [...]
Joerg Plewe currently is a senior Java and GUI developer and has been in many areas of IT ranging from embedded programming to bioinformatics and games. Joerg has studied physics and used to work with languages like C/C++, Forth, Lisp, Assembly and others in all kinds of environments. That may be so, but I know [...]
If by some chance you haven’t yet heard of “Zero Punctuation”, Ben “Yahtzee” Croshaw’s video game review column over at The Escapist, well, go check it out. It’s very entertaining.
I just found out via Robin that Warren Spector has started a blog. And what’s the first thing I read? Junction Point has been acquired by Disney. (I am not a game news junkie anymore, so it was news to me.) Congratulations!
If Penny Arcade and VGCats make you blush, don’t read Dueling Analogs. You’d be missing quite a few very funny jokes though. (Thanks, Tobe!)