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About Fernando

A PhD in Instructional Technology, a psychologist, an entrepreneur and editor for IndieWatch.

Latest Posts | By Fernando
12 gift ideas for you and your geeky/gamer friends
3 days ago

12 gift ideas for you and your geeky/gamer friends

After spending many hours for the last few days looking for gift ideas for my family and geeky friends, I came up with a list of rather interesting, surprising and even bizarre gift ideas.

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Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag will be available for free
2 weeks ago

Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag will be available for free

By  •  What's up!

The move comes in celebration for both Assassin’s Creed franchise and World in Conflict 10-year-old anniversaries.
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Great Deals for Gamers for the Cyber Monday Week
3 weeks ago

Great Deals for Gamers for the Cyber Monday Week

By  •  What's up!

If you, like me, also missed the Black Friday deals, check out what’s going to be shiny and, new and waiting for you with a price cut on eBay, Dell, Target, Newegg, etc.
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On the beautiful and forgettable Blade Runner 2049
3 weeks ago

On the beautiful and forgettable Blade Runner 2049

For many, Ridley Scott’s 1982 movie Blade Runner created an unforgettable view of sci-fi that would last for generations. Both fantasy enthusiasts and occasional movie watchers can agree that this was, and is a film masterpiece. Now, in 2017, there is a new kid on the block: Blade Runner 2049.
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Now you can buy and sell game assets on IndieWatch!
2 months ago

Now you can buy and sell game assets on IndieWatch!

Today, we are excited to inaugurate our store. Soon, you’ll be able to browse it for 2d art, animation, sound effects, codes, characters and more for your game.
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From instructional design to game development: an interview with Ellen Johnson
2 months ago

From instructional design to game development: an interview with Ellen Johnson

For the last decades, gaming has found its way into education and academic discussions about learning have become increasingly more interesting ever since. After all, games in education present one more way, among many others, of establishing a fruitful dialogue of humanities with technology. In fact, isn’t the game development field all about that?
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So, what’s it like to work for Pixar?
3 months ago

So, what’s it like to work for Pixar?

By  •  Interview

Have you ever wondered what it is like to be an engineer in the movie industry? We have too. Here’s our conversation with Max Liani, an engineer at Pixar.
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I’ve tried an immersion program in game development at Glitch in Minneapolis
4 months ago

I’ve tried an immersion program in game development at Glitch in Minneapolis

If you’re a beginner in game development and believe you could use some kickoff for getting yourself fully immersed in that field, I highly recommend trying the Immersion Program offered by Glitch. I took it this summer and I am using this post to share my experiences with you.
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