Mobile apps have been around for many years, enabling smartphone users to take their games outside–for a walk in the park or on their travels to distant lands. With the excitement of Candy Crush and Angry Birds, it brought a new generation of players to the community. Games like Pokémon Go became a conversation starter between friends trying to pass time.
With the ever-growing popularity of mobile gaming, it’s no wonder that more and more people want to create their own games. But what does it take to make a successful mobile game? This blog post will discuss the necessary steps you should take to create a great game that will engage with and entertain your players. So if you’re thinking about making a mobile game, read on!
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In the context of video games, virtual reality (VR) projects a simulated environment in front of the player. Since its inception, virtual reality has taken the gaming community by force, changing the way people become immersed in their games. VR technology replaces the player’s field of view with an artificial world derived from the game’s setting.
Players that put on their headsets can explore their surroundings or interact with objects, guided by visual and sensory feedback. VR gear can be hooked up to a PC setup or a handheld controller, though some gadgets are strapped onto haptic gloves. Though the future of gaming is headed towards VR, the wearable devices themselves aren’t without their drawbacks.
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Have you ever wanted to build your own custom gaming PC? Are you tired of experiencing lag with a frame rate that drops below 16 FPS? This seems to happen a lot with certain “high-production” titles, especially the ones ported from console to PC.
If a game has well-rendered graphics and too many dynamic cutscenes, then it’s not surprising that your standard Windows laptop overloads its limited CPU bandwidth and slows down drastically whenever you forget to turn down the quality.
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Developer: Little Cat Feet
Released on Dec 08, 2016
OneShot is an adorable top-down exploration game taking place in a slowly-decaying world, in need of a new sun to restore its light. You will help guide Niko, a lost cat-child on their pilgrimage to the tower, to put the lightbulb back where it belongs before it’s too late. The game knows you are god and Niko is the messiah of this world. But is it truly worth saving? Remember, you only have one shot at this.
Genre: Indie Adventure Game
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Written by Paul Gestl
We all know the worn-out descriptor for a game being challenging is when it’s dubbed “The Dark Souls of X.” Many gamers groan at this statement, but the fact remains, that kind of reputation is well-earned for games that do have a hard mode. In a sense, Dark Souls is a game that knows how to do difficulty the right way.
To elaborate, Dark Souls has just the right amount of challenging gameplay. Let’s take a look at the ways that games are made more difficult. In all the games I’ve seen, there are 3 methods that videogames employ to raise the difficulty level: They are the Number Changes, AI Scaling, and Challenge Conditions.
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