Three Minute Answers: Jin Kai

In Melbourne, while attending Unite, I bumped into an ex-student of mine. Found out how he went from developing apps in Malaysia to doing game development in China to currently being in Melbourne.

Here he details his progress from being a programmer, to an Associate Producer to considering into delving into design.

Jin Kai describes his process of discovering his strengths in game development and the importance of making time to find those strengths.

Three Minute Answers: Sam

I did this interview for KDU’s Interplay Symposium early this year. The Symposium was trying to tackle the negative perspectives the public has on gaming activity, so I went out and compiled video interviews of people whom gaming has been very positive for them. A good change from doom-and-gaming-addiction-gloom.

Sam here talked about what players knew regarding the storytelling app Episode. In the video she details how a fan can evolve herself or himself into a superstar by recognition from their peers Рand eventually earn an income Рdue to how Episode is designed.

Three Minute Answers: Richard Wnuk

Richard Wnuk is a veteran Game Business executive, having served in various high-level positions in Konami Digital Entertainment, Majesco, Jaleco and Red Storm Entertainment. He was giving lectures in KDU for the past four weeks – giving out stories on Rainbow Six, Metal Gear Solid 2 and Dance Dance Revolution – so had the pleasure to hold this quick interview with him.

Here, he was addressing a question he heard from a student. He chose to address it here as the question reflected a student concern he wanted to settle.