Narek Aghekyan's Blog
- Have been a programmer since 2007. In 2013 started to work as a game programmer and fell in love with games and game development. Since then have been working as a professional game developer.
- Recent years have shifted my focus more on game design aspect.
- Founder and CEO of Noor Games - game development company based in Armenia since 2015.
- Theoretical Physicist, PhD (study of physical properties of semiconductor quantum nanostructures)
This article discusses an approach to make more interesting and pleasurable hyper-casual games. The aim is to achieve both higher retention rates and lower CPI numbers for hyper-casual games.
This article discusses when and how game design has become a profession as well as when it has formed enough to be considered as a separate discipline. Also it suggests 7 books that every game designer needs to read.
Narek Aghekyan's Comments
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[Blog - 01/06/2015 - 01:35]
Again, thank you for sharing ...
Again, thank you for sharing that findings. Related to point 10 - I Have a Best Friend at Work, as much as I understand Gallup collected data from 10 million employee and manager interviews. On the contrary the represented data is based on 300 companies survey. Shouldn 't 10M survey ...
[Blog - 12/16/2014 - 03:05]
I have come here from ...
I have come here from reading Advanced Game Design: A Systems Approach r nby Michael Sellers. Thank you very much for this investigation and for the blogposts. r n r nI am not a statistician, but I find something strange that there is no correlation about production processes. Here is ...
[Blog - 08/12/2019 - 11:33]
One kind man has translated ...
One kind man has translated my article into Russian and posted it on habr.com so if you are more fluent in Russian read this one: https://habr.com/ru/post/463805/