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The IGDA game writing special interest group has published a white paper on game writing that is full of good information.

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[edited by - adventuredesign on December 14, 2003 7:27:09 PM]


Thanks. It was interesting, though I have a question that really bugs me: why are all these papers about game developing focused on how to do it on big markets. I mean, how about small developers? And how about all the european, asian ... developers?

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quote:
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The IGDA game writing special interest group has published a white paper on game writing that is full of good information.

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[edited by - adventuredesign on December 14, 2003 7:27:09 PM]


Thanks. It was interesting, though I have a question that really bugs me: why are all these papers about game developing focused on how to do it on big markets. I mean, how about small developers? And how about all the european, asian ... developers?

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Good question, I think maybe part of it was they were just focusing on practical realities of the market and trying to serve the membership best in a pragmatic sense. I think the techniques they describe will work in both markets in a functional sense.

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