The old, spiced with the new
Posted by Psychochild's Blog [HTML][XML][PERM][FULL] on 18 March 2013, 1:39 pm
What makes a game successful? Well, if I had the answer to that I'd be bottling it and selling it and buying a gold-plated sports car. The reality is that there are a ton of little parts and pieces that contribute to the whole. You have to figure out each of those little elements (and have a healthy dose of luck) to succeed Let's take a look at one particular aspect: how much of the game should be new, compared to how much should be familiar to your players.

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The old, spiced with the new




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