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Look at this lovely thing. It's a recipe for making your own Game Designer's Toolkit, using everyday household items, the total cost of which should be under 20 quid/bux.
By Rick Marazzani, game industry vet and clever DIY'er!
Posted by Alice at 12:35 | Permalink
I have a plastic crate filled with components like that that I use for prototyping/brainstorming/whatnot. It started out originally at Gazillion, it was used for interviews there (game designers had to design a game in an hour then teach the interviewing designers how to play and then play at least some of it in 45 minutes). Great fun and worked well I thought for seeing how game designers thought. I liked designing my game for that interview too.
Cormac Russell |
June 30, 2015 at 20:13
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