I'm doing some research for a project on game design

Discussion in 'Game Design' started by Dale Hardiman, Oct 15, 2018.

  1. Dale Hardiman

    Dale Hardiman New Member

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    Hey there members. I'm doing some research for a project I'm doing on game design and was wondering if some of the game designers in here could be kind enough to answer a few of my questions?

    What keeps you awake at night in relation to your gaming designs?

    What are you afraid of in relations to your gaming designs?

    What are you angry about or angry with?

    What are your top 3 frustrations?

    What trends do you find occuring in your business of life?

    What do you secretly desire the most? (In your design business?)

    Is there a built in bias to the way you make decisions?

    Who else is selling something similar to you and how? Who else has tried selling you something similar and how has the effort failed?

    Thanks guys.
     
  2. ManuelMarino

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    Hey Dale, I was following this thread since working with Devs I considered interesting these questions. But seems nobody is answering, damn...
     
  3. Dale Hardiman

    Dale Hardiman New Member

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    Oh hey there. Yeh that's cool. Perhaps you know some people in the gaming design industry that would be happy or interested to answer them.
     

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