Welcome to the new and improved Game Design Reviews

Hello Dear Readers!

We, the Game Design Reviews Team have decided to move our Blog here. It is finally our very own webspace with our very Wordpress installation. It has taken us quite some time to do the jump, which is why you haven’t heard from us for so long. But now it seem like most changes are complete and we are ready to welcome you to the new and improved Game Design Reviews. No worries, you will find all of the old post & comments here.

We are still ironing out the last details. Meanwhile, if there is something you don’t like or something you would like to comment on, please don’t hesitate! We are eager to find out what you think of our new interface. It look similar to our old one but we polished out some of the details and added some functions that we just couldn’t do on Blogger.

Stay tuned for more frequent posts in the very near future and maybe even some more exciting developments (*cough*podcast*cough*).

If you are a recurring visitor, thank you for being loyal to us. Please update your bookmarks & rss feeds. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Krystian Majewski

Krystian Majewski was born in Warsaw and studied design at Köln International School of Design. Before, he was working on a mid-size console project for NEON Studios in Frankfurt. He helped establish a Master course in Game Design and Research at the Cologne Game Lab. Today he teaches Game Design at various institutions and develops independent games.

2 responses to “Welcome to the new and improved Game Design Reviews”

  1. sirleto

    my picture is missing, my picture is missing.

    please, give me a face! give me my face! :-(

  2. Krystian Majewski

    Well, thank you! ^_^

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Game Design Reviews is a Blog used by a group of game designers from Germany to publish and discuss their thoughts on various games. The blog consists entirely of reviews of games. Each review focuses on the important game design ideas and concepts of that particular game. We also run a second, more informal Blog called Game Design Scrapbook.


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