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Posted on Aug 2 2020 - 1:11pm by Rohit Shetty
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Good computer game writing is mostly found in two major genres of games. Role playing games and first person shooter games. However, it wasn’t always the case! FPS games were once only considered great for their engine and available weapons. However, the Half-Life series and Deus Ex changed all of that. When I look back at my (too many) years of gaming experience...

Posted on Aug 2 2020 - 9:09am by Rohit Shetty
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Today, computer and video games outsell almost every other type of toy at toy stores. Most children play computer games or video games somewhere – if not in arcades and internet cafes, then maybe at home or at friends’ homes. The computer game industry is a billion dollar industry. In many homes, it is also a key point of tension. Should You Be Worried? Most...

My experience in – and passion for – computer gaming A Computer-Gaming Odyssey The early years Computer gaming has been an interest of mine ever since I was a young child. This article is part-reminiscence; part history – tracing the development of gaming culture over the decades. My youthful experiences – in the 1980s – included playing...

Posted on Aug 2 2020 - 12:58am by Rohit Shetty

Deal or no Deal has breathed life into the TV game show genre. Over the years viewers have increasingly been turned off the usual formulaic TV game shows. There have been many variations on this theme but none have really caught the imagination of viewers. Deal or no Deal has managed to do this without a single question being asked. Deal or no deal has now been transferred...

Posted on Aug 1 2020 - 8:49pm by Rohit Shetty
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Imagine cuddling up with your small child to look at a picture book together that is interactive, musical, responsive and talks to you? This is the experience that people are having who are engaged in that relatively new pastime – playing computer games with babies. JumpStart’s Knowledge Adventure calls it “labware”, Kiddies Games’ logo is “Hop on the...