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Thread Contributor: DiscoveringmypathGreat primer on level design for developers
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Hello,

For myself and other game developers I'm sure when it comes to designing levels it can be a daunting task to try to come up with something that looks and feels good. With anything else, practice can make you better at it, but more important is the ability to take advantage of resources that are available to us.

One resource, I found a year or two ago and I thought it was excellent. Since I'm currently working on level designs, I decided to go look for that tutorial series again and I couldn't find it. After a month of searching (probably only an hour of time spent lol), I finally found it:

http://renegadesector.com/level-design-primer/


This primer has many sections and playable demo's of the concepts the writer is talking about. It is a good start to learning how to create your own levels and different things to consider.

Enjoy!

~ DMP
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