Frog Fractions 2 has surpassed its base funding goal on Kickstarter and there's about a day left to go before the campaign comes to a close, should you want to get in on this action. While that $2 billion stretch goal to buy back Oculus VR from Facebook is facetious, the rest -- including Rock Band microphone support -- are genuine. I believe. But can we hit $120,000? Probably not.
It's unclear what Frog Fractions 2is actually going to be other than "surprising," which is no easy feat these days. Speaking of which, project lead Jim Crawford has re-recorded the talk he gave at this year's Game Developers Conference on that exact topic, and I encourage you to check it out. It's entitled "Preserving a Sense of Discovery in the Age of Spoilers."
More than just a lesson for game designers, this talk doubles as an explanation of Crawford's design philosophy for Frog Fractions and its Kickstarted follow-up which, just as a reminder, won't actually be named "Frog Fractions 2." I wonder how long it'll take for someone to find it.
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