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Game developers are, in essence, a bridge between the human imagination and the implementation. We accumulate ideas that spring from our imaginations and organize them into a viable interactive medium the game, which we hope people will want to play. We call the initial phase of game development the Blue Sky phase. In this phase, there are no limits and no rules; we are free to allow the concept of a game, or the game vision, to take shape. This is the time to let your imagination soar. The Blue Sky phase is the one and only time during the life of your project when you get to let go and be free with your dreams. Indulge yourself. Focus on the purpose of your game and the targeted end user. Imagine the features and options. Lay out the potential control systems. Interview experts on subjects related to your game, to get ideas on how to enhance the realism of game play. Make a rough sketch of the elements of your game, such as characters, weapons, levels, and so on. Try to breathe life into your design, remembering that there will be a human on the other end of your final product. Once you have completed the Blue Sky phase, it s time to take the ideal, the dream, the imagined, and introduce it to the sometimes harsh and cruel real world. If what you have put together at this stage has merit and is technically feasible, your concept will survive. Make no mistake about it, the end result will almost never be identical to the original concept. Sometimes, it may be less than what you had imagined, due to the ever-present and neverceasing forces of time and budget that chip away at the ideal. However, more often than not, your initial concept will metamorphose into a powerful source of inspiration and collaborative effort for all involved in the project. In the end, it is all about the people who will be using the product. The audience must be captivated, but at the same time, delivered an easy-to-use, well-polished title. The aesthetics of the game are important, but the functionality is equally critical. The app must perform flawlessly, or your judges will call you out. From rough sketch to final product, the end users must always be kept in mind. They are the ones who decide whether your app will fall into obscurity or you actually have a marketable title.
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