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Monday, June 06, 2011


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Arcadia Codesmith

Give me a turn-based strategy game with the complexity of Civilization V or even Alpha Centauri, complete with the capability to add player-generated art and unit mods, in the browser.

Then I will take seriously the future of "hardcore gamer games" in this format.

Deep Semaphore

:) Great article James, I am trying to adopt a similar strategy for my own SL efforts: keep it simple, kiddishly beautiful and casual oriented, build the architecture slowly and improve bit by bit. Here is my first offering in the chance and strategy arena: then I will build and extend later on as time permits http://goo.gl/gFhfE

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