Celebrate Game Design with the Blog Carnival for Game Designers!

Welcome to the July 31, 2007 edition of blog carnival for game designers.
As a freelance writer for the game industry, please visit these posts related to gaming from other writers and professionals that support computer games, video games, role-playing games, and more!

Jake Richmond presents Work in Progress – Ghost Bike Club posted at Work in Progress, saying, “Hi. I’m taking a break from psychic Japanese schoolgirls to write a game about Ghost Bikes. -Jake”

Indigo Warrior presents Welcome to my Blogspot posted at Warrior Words.

Scott presents 16 Most Popular Video Games on College Campuses posted at College and Finance, saying, “When designing games, it’s important to keep your demographic in mind. If you’re designing for college students, consider the 16 most popular games amongst college students. Multiplayer capabilities are a big factor.”

Madeleine Begun Kane presents Games People Play … At Meetings posted at Mad Kane’s Humor Blog.

Jimmy Atkinson presents How to: Build a Great Gaming Rig on the Cheap posted at Free Geekery.

Rogue Games presents Colonial Gothic Design Notes: About Fate Cards posted at Rogue Games.net

That concludes this edition. Submit your blog article to the next edition of blog carnival for game designers using my carnival submission form. You can also read my blog carnival guidelines, which will be updated to reflect new changes.

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Monica Valentinelli is a writer, editor, and game developer. Her portfolio includes stories, games, comics, essays, and pop culture books.

In addition to her own worlds, she has worked on a number of different properties including Firefly, Vampire: the Masquerade, Shadowrun, Hunter: the Vigil, Brandon Sanderson’s Mistborn, and Robert E. Howard’s Conan.

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