Sharang Biswas finished two engineering degrees before deciding to attend Art School, studying Interaction Design and Creative Technology at NYU-ITP. He fondly remembers Age of Empires II, the source of his interest in Medieval History, and Neverwinter Nights, which spurred his passion for Dungeons and Dragons and tabletop RPG's. He's currently, a writer, game designer and "sort of an artist," though he still questions what an artist actually does.
Good Android games are complicated affairs. They bring together the challenges of traditional artistic media, and then some. Not only do you need strong writing and an engaging story, you need to … Read more
Okay I’ll admit it: I was pleasantly surprised that I actually enjoyed Siegefall, Parisian game studio Gameloft’s latest strategy title. I’d imagined a cash cow varnished with only a flimsy … Read more
Picture your favorite summer action blockbuster. Something pulpy and mainstream, complete with a loud-mouthed, wise-cracking protagonist, a comedic sidekick, daring acrobatics, guns and explosions. Maybe add a few aliens and … Read more
Computers are crazy powerful tools for game designers. They allow you to automate complex calculations, play with vast numbers of people at the same time, enhance storytelling through audio and … Read more