We recently attended GDC EU and the Respawn: Gathering of Games Developers events in Cologne, and gave a talk at Respawn presenting our findings about how we think developers and and marketers could communicate better with a non-gamer parent audience. On the bus ride from London to Cologne, I slept, chatted, stole all the snacks we had brought with us, watched a couple of films, and played many, many rounds of this rather glorious little game. Shibuya is a retro styled game where blocks drop into a pile on the screen and the player’s job is to match them into sets and delete them, in order to free up space in the stack. It’s a simple idea, but it quickly gets a bit brain-breaking with so many tiny but important decisions to make under time pressure!
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