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      Game Development

      Sound Design for Video Games: A Primer

      Sound Design for Video Games: A Primer
      The goal of a sound engineer is to work with the design and animation team to create audio that fits into the virtual world. Let's analyze some audio samples I created for Bite the Bullet, and how they work to support the game’s feel, theme, and universe. This blog will teach you basic sound design skills and theory.

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      Mega Cat Project Code Design Guidelines

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      In addition to turning reams of design documentation and gorgeous art assets into an actual playable game, one of the goals of a video game developer should be to ensure that their code is efficient and maintainable. With these end goals in mind, it is important to start the coding process with certain principles in mind.

      This guide presents the strategies and ideas that underpin our approach to coding. While each game is unique, these tactics can be applied to many different situations to ensure that your project is manageable and won't become a nightmare if you need to refactor or debug your code (which is always).

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      Tipping the Scales: Balancing Enemies and Loot in Another Reigny Day

      Tipping the Scales: Balancing Enemies and Loot in Another Reigny Day
      A lot of work was put into making sure Another Reigny Day has just the right curve to its difficulty. There’s a delicate balance to making sure the game is putting the right amount of hurt on the player at the right time. To do this, we carefully iterate and tweak the difficulty by manipulating certain variables.

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