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Christian Kulenkampff's Blog


I am a game development enthusiast, software developer and gamer from Hamburg, Germany. I studied Business Informatics at the University of Hamburg. My interest in video game development started with the first games I played on the SNES in my childhood.


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Comment In: [Blog - 02/23/2015 - 12:31]

Very interesting idea r n ...

Very interesting idea r n r nI must say that I mostly program by pressing CTRL Space and very few characters code completion ftw . When I initially pick names for variables etc. I have to think anyway so I guess Steno would probably be only useful for me for ...

Comment In: [Blog - 01/13/2015 - 07:48]

Thank you for this great, ...

Thank you for this great, honest, interesting postmortem Long live the dead -

Comment In: [Blog - 01/12/2015 - 07:09]

I wonder how much the ...

I wonder how much the general view on games differs in Western countries. I know some people who see games as time wasters and game developers as time stealers ...

Comment In: [Blog - 10/30/2014 - 03:49]

@Christian: It would be great ...

@Christian: It would be great if liking comments would be a background action without page reload. I often don 't like in big comment sections because it 's so cumbersome.

Comment In: [News - 12/15/2014 - 03:58]

why aren 't the countries ...

why aren 't the countries around Germany worse off with violence despite their lack of strict censorship on violence r n r nI guess primarily it 's about the culture as a whole. Attributing statistical differences in violence per-capita to a few games that were banned or modified for less ...

Comment In: [Blog - 12/10/2014 - 02:03]

Great article, thank you r ...

Great article, thank you r n r nI think presenting internal conflicts and double bind situations is the true ethical power of games as a medium. Games can communicate these conflicts so well because they really allow you to experience and explore such conflicts in a playful manner.