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The Game Engine

By Andrew Bittman, Paul Sztajer, John Kane

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“The Game Engine” is a podcast by game developers, for game developers. Each week, we’ll be looking at some news in the game development sphere, with an eye to using these to discuss the processes of game development itself.

Customer Reviews

Awesome weekly discussion covering Game Development, Writing, Production, Distribution & Indies

The guys do a great job of covering local and international topics of interest for Game Development. Through the exploration of player engagement, the role of the story and writing in games, production and creative considerations, the role of music and sound. This pod-cast isn't a fist full of technical jargon or specific to any one technology and is a great listen for those involved in or interested in game development.

Best Australian Podcast

Being a game developer based in Australia it's great to find podcast that doesn't just talk about the latest games or gaming news, but discusses the trials and issues with developing games, the state of game development in Australia, and the local events that matter to this community. I listen every week and always come away with a list of things to think about and ideas for modifying and improving my own teams development.
They have frequent guest casters that bring any topical expertise that the guys lack themselves and always use guided questions to extract the relevant discussion from those guests.
Anyone interesting in game development, especially in Australia, should be listening to this regularly.


The discussion in the Hero story is compulsory listening

The Game Engine
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  • Category: Video Games
  • Language: English

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