Designers 30% Game Designers 47% Game Directors and Above 14% Narative Designer 5% Balancer 4% What we do 47% Game Designers 30% Level Designers 14% Game Directors and above 5% Narrative Designers 4% Game Balancers
(Toilet/shower/bath) 12% Bed 12% Couch 6% Driving/public transport 14% Walking 13% Other Games 14% At my desk 10% Playing a Sport 5% Watching Tv/Movie 9% Comics/Books 5% Where do come up with ideas? 2017 13% Walking 12% Bed 12% Bathroom 14% Other games 14% Driving/public transport
THIS restaurant DOES NOT have a CHEF Flip the rules one at a time and then think of a creative way to make the rule still work Customers cook the food themselves on a grill in the middle of the table Page 33
moved anywhere on the board to make a match Players can move a tile MORE than one space Players DO NOT move tiles Matching tiles are selected anywhere on a board and then removed like Mahjongg Break the rules – Match 3 Page 36
known board game, break it down into it's component parts, restrict usage of those parts and apply a few more rules to make a new game to play within an allotted time. Twisting the game. –Designing within boundaries Page 41
- 54 THEME Provides Focus TRAINING Training relatable to theme COMPETITION Craft competition GIVEAWAY Themed gift SHARING Knowledge Sharing RECOGNITION New hires,Tenure CRAFT PROJECT Craft works together to achieve a result.