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The Game design Portal

Welcome to the Game Design Portal. This portal gives access to a range of game design resources and projects available on Wikiversity.

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Introduction to game design and production processes
This provides a learning trail oriented towards general video-game production using open source tools and desktop techniques.
Part of the learning project CisLunarFreighter!

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Randell Reed
Avalon Hill, 1974
The Game of the Revolutionary War
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Enter the title of your new page into the box below and click the button. This will create a new page for you and start off the page with some boilerplate.


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A resource currently in development is a gallery of Game mechanics which designers can use to provide a tool kit of useful methods to which can be utilised in new games. This is being complemented by Gameplay.

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Guide to Game design
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Development of learning resources related to Game Design is taking place at the School of Game Design.