Archives for November, 2015
I’m reviewing articles for this week’s WIGI Weekly and just discovered that Carnegie-Mellon is studying something I have been thinking about for years! Blending different mechanics together in a single game to bring different kinds of gamers together in co-op gameplay!
“Asymmetrical Cooperative Gaming (ACG) is a semester-long project at Carnegie Mellon’s Entertainment Technology Center aimed at solving this problem by merging multiple game genres into a single game, allowing players to play together while…
Too bad there’s no “like” button on Gamasutra. . .
Lucas Pope and the rise of the 1-bit ‘dither-punk’ aesthetic—gamasutra.com
Google Cardboard ships to NY Times subscribers. VR not quite there yet for news delivery, but steps are being taken!
The New York Times VR app took me inside the news—engadget.com
Cardboard is getting more interesting. . .
YouTube adds stereoscopic VR, ‘virtual movie theater’ for Google Cardboard—theverge.com
“Will we all be playing Call of Candycraft Modern Skylander Crush Warfare soon?” I hope so! I can’t wait to play this game! It sounds awesome! I hope it comes out on Android so I can play it on my tablet! In all seriousness, though, I have been thinking about this acquisition and what I came up with on Monday is still my prevailing opinion: “…we have consistently said over the years that there is only…