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Jennifer Scheurle
Hey , tell me about some brilliant mechanics in games that are hidden from the player to get across a certain feeling. Example:
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @Gaohmee
Assassin's Creed and Doom value the last bit of health as more hit points than the rest of it to encourage a feeling of *JUST* surviving.
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @gritfish
Tell me more? (I haven't played)
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @BigChrisDid
Oh god I'm so sorry lol
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @gritfish
Is it similar to the faked choices in The Walking Dead?
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @gritfish
Can you explain what you mean?
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @dphrygian
OH! Nice!!
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @gritfish
Can you find out which game it is? :D
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @leftoblique
Can you elaborate more detail? :) I didn't play it.
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @failnaut
I'M SORRY
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @ndef @gritfish
OH PERFECT! Thank you :D
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @MarcStraight
hahaha I'm so sorry :D
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @gritfish
Ah! Perfect!
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @nicktatorship
xD AARGH
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @failnaut
OH GOD
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @MarcStraight
:) Game Design is magic.
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Jennifer Scheurle Aug 31
Replying to @gritfish @ndef
Huh?
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Jennifer Scheurle Sep 1
Replying to @shiprib
So uhm... can I use this in my NZGDC talk Rob? :D
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Jennifer Scheurle Sep 1
Replying to @gritfish
Yeah I noticed that actually :D
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Jennifer Scheurle Sep 1
Replying to @failnaut
HAHAHAHHAHA
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