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Creativity in Games

You might think by looking at the title of the article this week that Iím going to talk about the creative process that developers use in games and how they find creativity to do what they do. Youíd also be wrong. Iím going to talk about some observations Iíve made recently while watching my children play video games.

Each of my kids only gets an hour to play games each day and thatís it. I used to get frustrated watching them because it seemed to me like they were wasting their time. The bulk of this observation comes from watching my six year old son play Scribblenauts the other day, but there are many other games Iíve observed this same phenomena on. While I was at home last Wednesday my son turned on Scribblenauts and I watched him the entire time. He spent an hour playing on the title screen of the game. Used to, as I said, this would frustrate me to no end. I wanted to tell him he was playing the game wrong, but Iíve learned to mellow out and just watch them.

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