I tried out Until Dawn with some friends over my super blowout of a birthday. It is a great game and left me some ideas to mull over.
“My name is Daniel and I volunteered to make my teams GDD.”
So I tried making my project on loose Google Docs, Trello, and Spreadsheets alone. I failed. Now I have a Game Design Document. Besides the fact that I feel so accomplished that I think I can just upload it to Steam now, I feel like I am on the path to not-failure.
What walks on four legs in the morning, two in the afternoon, and three at night?
Happy Friday! Let’s pick up where we left off: Player interaction is dependent on the design. How someone will play your game depends on the rules and interactions they are allowed in your game.
On the last blog I asked, “How do you think the way a player interacts with the game changes because of the design?” Now the easy answer is that you change how the controller is used, or the device it is played on, or what materials are needed like dice. That’s not really what I mean though. I mean to say is how does the design of play affect the game and how can we adjust that through development?