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    How to talk about a game in such a way that people won't think you're deluded/full of yourself/a gamer.

    Antique #French #Gaming Chip

    Women are the masters of social gaming


    PAGE 10.2013: Gamification – The Next Level

    Gaming in the Classroom #Infographic

    Everything you’ll ever need to know about gamification

    Angry Birds and how to Guard yourself

    Play A Game, Get A Job - The Evolution of Gamification [Infographic]

    Transparent playing cards. When held to a light source, an image with a proverb can be seen

    Learn Python. Type everything. Sounds legit. Free in HTML, cheap as hell as a pdf/eBook.

    Arduino-compatible RGB LED matrix game development kit.

    A documentary following four designers who shipped three landmarks in independent game development.

    Jonathan Blow discussing the origins and development of Braid. It's long - about 90 minutes - but it's fascinating stuff.

    Codecademy teaches javascript in a shockingly straightforward manner. Great for brushing up or learning a language from scratch. Best part: it works flawlessly on an iPad with a bluetooth keyboard. Brilliant.

    Recommended to me as the de facto guide to thinking about game design. Also marks the first time I've read a textbook voluntarily and loved it.

    Jordan Mechner is a smart, smart guy. It's exceedingly rare to find someone willing to share their personal journals documenting the ups and downs of game development, especially from such a pivotal, formative moment in the industry. I can't wait to dig into this.

    ASEPRITE - Animated sprite editor & pixel art tool

    Think Python - The counterpoint to Learn Python the Hard Way. Available free online at www.greenteapress....

    Meet the Command Line - An intro/refresher for the UNIX command line by Dan Benjamin of 5by5