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Congrats, pretty good article.

Juliette Wallen

What Games Are, Thank you for writing this article. You have spoken the words of my heart in perfection. May I suggest your next article be a comparison of Zynga to Slugworth of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory fame? If you are going to suggest that developers get out of the silo, it would be kind of you to warn them of the pitfalls. It could only make for a better game industry.


Thanks Juliette!

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