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  1. Sep 2017
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    1. The rest of the hobbies were either self taught or taught by my past teachers. In terms of gaming, I have taken part of many different Alpha, Beta, and Common Tests for various games from World of Warcraft to War Thunder.

      May I say that being able to test the different levels of game during it's production is pretty cool. I do enjoy being able to test games via GameJolt. To see the potential people have. Recently I've played and checked a game called Alaska (I think). A game being made by only one man and so far it is only I'm quite sure Alpha. It's doing quite well so far and looks like it has quite a bit of potential.

  3. Apr 2015
  4. Oct 2013
    1. PlayStation C.A.M.P. — the same team behind last year's quirky Tokyo Jungle — examines another offbeat topic for its latest project: What if you were invisible and could only see yourself or be seen by others when standing in the rain?

      Such a great idea. I was stoked to see this at E3!

    1. More drastic are the changes to the returning Exp. Share item, which gives every inactive member of your party a half-portion of rewarded XP at the end of every battle, no questions asked.

      Badass addition.

    1. For Foddy, QWOP was designed as a critique of the classic arcade game Track & Field. Foddy always looks to the games of his childhood when developing his own works rather than his more recent philosophy studies.

      Interesting to rely on life experiences vs. Philosophy background.