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Games that reward your brain

Another great talk from TED talks, something that seemed to resonate and probably one of the more interesting discussions recorded there. Its a good thought about how we interact with virtual worlds and more importantly how we are willing to spend real currency to enhance our experiences in virtual worlds. This is documented in many, […]

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2010 The Year Indie Games Strike Gold

As the gaming industry changes and morphs we see many studios shift and downsize and try to find that balance between creativity and profitability. We all played saw Red Dead Redemption, or played a version of Call of Duty, or perhaps Halo: Reach or God of War III or Super Mario Galaxy 2. […]

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Harnessing the Productivity Paradox

At Kibble Games, we take our work seriously. Gaming is, after all, our absolute passion. But in our ways of working, we’re as far from “traditional”. Here are some thought by Dan Pink and the folks at RSA Animate that are fairly succinct in summing up our sentiments.

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