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Co-creating Videogames by John Banks

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Co-creating Videogames
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Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
ISBN/ASIN: 184966496X
ISBN-13: 9781849664967
Number of pages: 200

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This book offers a rich description and analysis of the emerging participatory, co-creative relationships within the videogames industry. Banks discusses the challenges of incorporating these co-creative relationships into the development process. Drawing on a decade of research within the industry, the book gives us valuable insight into the continually changing and growing world of video games.

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