346 pages , McGraw Hill Professional , 2003-06-09 Discusses the foundations of game design and each stage of the development process, and provides interviews with industry experts, case studies, and advice on getting into the gaming industry.
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164 pages , Main Street Books , 1987 Instructions for playing 130 traditional indoor and outdoor games for children five to fifteen. Includes word games, number and dice games, guessing and memory games, card games, strategy games, solitaire games, and puzzles.