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Jörg Friedrich's Blog


50% of Berlin based indie game studio Paintbucket Games.
Currently working on Through the Darkest of Times.

Making games since 2003. Worked on SpecOps: The Line, Drakensang, Albion Online, Dead Island 2 and others.

Lecturer for Narrative and Game Design.


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Posted by Jörg Friedrich on Fri, 17 Aug 2018 01:47:00 EDT in Design, Serious, Indie
Battling the Nazis in World War 2 is a frequently-used setting in video games. Yet, in Germany, the homeland of the Nazis, video games were not allowed to show any of their symbols. This has changed now. Here is how, why and what this means.

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Comment In: [Blog - 08/17/2018 - 01:47]

Hey Jakub, thank you for ...

Hey Jakub, thank you for your comment. I apologize - you are right - most Germans, me included know way too little about the scope of the genocide on Slavs and Poles that was commited our ancestors. r nI read a little more about it now and will continue - ...