Found a game development wiki

Discussion in 'Indie Related Chat' started by whisperstorm, Aug 25, 2004.

  1. whisperstorm

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    Sure, these may be growing quite common, but this site sounds interesting:

    http://www.antifactory.org/cgi-bin/wiki.pl

    from the site:

    AntiFactory is a [wiki] focused on the art and science of GameDesign. We are designers by trade and this site serves as a place to collect our thoughts and communicate with each other as we develop ideas and put them into practice​
     
  2. Sillysoft

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    Some other people here started up a wiki a little while ago, but I cannot remember the link. It would be good if it was put into the footer of these forums.
     
  3. Chris Evans

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  4. Sillysoft

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    Thanks for the link. I kicked myself, as it is a pretty memorable URL.
     
  5. theluckyleper

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    Game Programming Wiki

    We've started up a general game programming wiki, over at http://gpwiki.org

    Hope you like it :)

    Feel free to give us comments/critisism... we'd love to hear your feedback.
     

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