Making Games Art: The Designers' Manifesto

In a likely to be controversial manifesto, the veteran developers that cluster around the Project Horseshoe have produced a list of problems -- and solutions -- for video games' continuing strides towards the pantheon of great art.

Project Horseshoe is a unique conference that invites around 50 experienced game designers to huddle with scorpions and raccoons in the Texas wilderness and solve design's "toughest problems".

While this may sound like the basis for the next hit reality TV show, nobody usually gets voted off the compound. Instead, attendees break into workgroups and wrangle together presentations, reports, and action items intended to elevate and expand the profession and art of game design.

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