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  • Title: The New Video Game Idea Book
  • Author(s) Lucifer White
  • Publisher: Smashwords (Jul 25, 2021)
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  • Language: English
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This is a book that gives game makers ideas for a great new video game. It does so by giving the game maker new and old ideas to work with. It also goes over the philosophy of what makes a good video game, helps the game maker's imagination, shows them their options, and goes over the best methods for making a new video game. This is a helpful public domain book for making good video games.

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