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In this GDC 2022 session, Afterburner Studios’ Ian Cofino walks through the process of creating a satisfying combat system on a small, indie team—focusing on the design, feel and workflow needed to achieve success.
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2 thoughts on “Dreamscaper: Killer Combat on an Indie Budget”
Happy to hear about strong feedbacks. I wonder about vr games performance constraints and visual fidelity.