What is the purpose of a game? For some it may be entertainment. For others, fun. Still others are looking for an experience unlike any other.
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Jane. That’s– gosh, Jane is a beautiful name. I mean it really is. Jane Doe? I feel like I’ve heard that name somewhere before. You’re not in movies, are you? You could be… I mean, look at you!
What is an “Elbow”? As best-selling science journalist Jonathan Brainer explains, it’s a ubiquitous pattern that looks much like its namesake anatomy: a line moves in one direction and then– suddenly– in another.
Well, it’s hard to make female characters. First of all, in order to accommodate female characters in our pipeline, you’d basically need to re-code the entire engine from the ground up.
Maybe ten decades from now someone will stumble across us arguing about what to call these things and laugh.
It’s not often that a game features a major character who ekes out a livelihood by selling flowers.
“I can’t tell you how excited I was to hear about a video game whose protagonist was a fiction writer. Then I read that this fiction writer protagonist could sprint for only about ten feet or so, and I thought, Yes! They’ve done their research!"
I had to get the generator running. A power cable plugged into the switch led me to a dilapidated shack over by a rocky outcropping. I noticed that someone had left a pack of fresh Energizer® batteries and two signal flares inside.
A raging war of words that never seems to disappear for long, the eternal question “are games ert?” has reared its many-spectacled head yet again.
How many possible combinations of three-digit numbers are there, anyway? Like a million or something?