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FGS 2011: Keeping Yourself Honest in Game Design (SteamBirds)

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Game developers often fail to hold a critical eye to their own work, and struggle to see why they aren't finding success. Join Andy Moore, Captain of Radial Games, as he explores all the painful ways ...

Game developers often fail to hold a critical eye to their own work, and struggle to see why they aren't finding success. Join Andy Moore, Captain of Radial Games, as he explores all the painful ways his previous works failed, and his adventure to correct them all in the production of his multi-award-winning game, SteamBirds - and the mobile editions and sequels that followed.

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