|PAPER, PLASTIC OR PLAYSTATION?
Adapting a game across a wide range of technologies
Talk at the People, Computers, and Design seminar at Stanford University, Oct 8, 2004
|As a puzzle designer I work in a wide variety of electronic and nonelectronic media, ranging from paper and physical toys, to the web and mobile phones. Working in many media helps me keep a fresh perspective on the strengths and weakness of each medium. In this talk I will show how a game mutates when moved from medium to another, and discuss how to take advantage of the unique capabilities of each medium while being aware of its limitations.
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