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A Slow Gaming Manifesto
image Artur Ganszyniec argues in favor of "slow gaming" as a design philosophy and an artistic path for game developers to follow over the course of their careers.
Progression Mechanisms: Blessing Or Curse?
image Pascal Luban offers an overview of RPG-inspired progression mechanics, explaining how modern game design both benefits and suffers from their popularity.
Why Players Love Games That Make Them Frustrated
image Yongcheng Liu critically examines several notoriously difficult games in order to figure out why players keep returning to challenge their skills.
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Streamline Media Group Streamline Media Group is more than just video games. We're a global technology and entertainment company with a drive to create and collaborate. We build the bridge between Entertainment, Technology and Production.

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