January 24, 2014 10:40 PM | John Polson
"We have to learn to tell stories with rules, with design, and with play, instead of aping other cultural forms."
In this free GDC Vault video from GDC 2010, Anna Anthropy shares her stack of rants alongside Adam Saltsman, Brandon Boyer, Robin Hunicke, and more. Keep an eye out for Tommy Refenes, who tests his theory as to why the App Store is the 'Tiger Handheld Games of this generation,' in this special Indie Game Maker Rant.
[The video is available by clicking the above link or the top image.]
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