When I was younger, Diablo 1 took some level of skill to complete, and consideration of ones armour or weapons. The game was atmospheric, challenging and a load of fun. I’ve got Diablo 3 for Switch now and it just feels like there’s such a missing element in the gameplay, like under the hood the […]Read More Diablo 3 and the devil in the gameplay
I love this game. My wife and I have played it every evening after work for about 5 weeks non-stop now. By the way, this post is riddled with spoilers about Breath of the Wild. However, the further down the rabbit hole you go the more it speaks to you as a learning designer and […]Read More Zelda breath of the Wild and learning design
Who’d have thought I’d ever write that. After leaving the cosy bubble of Bristol, we were “sent to Cov” a couple of years back. It must have been something naughty we’d done… But last week I attended a conference that is just another example of how Coventry and the Midlands is thinking now. The Games […]Read More Midlands lead the way… Games for Health Conference 2016 #G4HUK2016
It’s a fun event where software coders, developers, designers and people with an interest in making digital things all come to spend time together and make something. Usually they’re timed events and people will work through the night for their hobby. That something they make coiuld be anything like a game, a new app, a […]Read More What is a hack/ games hack / software hack?