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DanC over at Lost Garden is issuing a challenge for all indie game programmers: take the excellent tileset that he has created, follow the game mechanic guidelines set out in the challenge, and create a "God" game.

If you do, the game will be explored and the things that are learned from it will be fed back into the "challenge".

It's a great intellectual and fun exercise for anyone interested in game development.
Anonymous Anonymous said at 5/29/2007 05:51:00 AM:  
Thank you tim, i found this really interesting.. :)
Blogger Tim said at 5/29/2007 06:06:00 AM:  
It's Andrew's post actually. You can read more about it here. ;)