Aleks Krotoski of Guardian writes:
"At last Friday's dConstruct conference in Brighton, I made the case for developing a stronger relationship between the games and the web developement communities. In a town where there are five major, international game development studios (Black Rock/Disney, (nope, not NCSoft...), Relentless, Zoe Mode and Club Penguin, plus virtual worlds developers Linden Lab), there were only a dozen or so representatives in the 800 + audience.
Developers, developers, developers: the web people are keen to know how you do it. They want to know what makes your products sticky. They want to integrate your mechanics into their designs to create better user experiences and better products. And they want to talk to you."