|location||Clovis, California, USA|
|visits||member for||1 year, 4 months|
|seen||Apr 27 '13 at 21:31|
I am a student at the Center of Advanced Research and Technology. Last year, I took a Database Design and Computer Programming class focused around web development, and participated in the AP Computer Science program. I am currently part of its Game Design program. I am the main programmer of GDCORE, a network for independent game developers to exchange game assets. I also sell game assets on the Unity3D asset store: Maze Creator and Radar Arrows.
|bio||website||gdcore.com||visits||member for||1 year, 4 months|
|location||Clovis, California, USA||seen||Apr 27 '13 at 21:31|
Is there any economical game which demonstrates social-democratic economy rather than capitalism?
I can't imagine how socialism could make a remotely fun game. Even with competition aside, capitalism gives the players choice. With government (the game rules) controlling the economy, the game just plays itself. Where do the players fit into this?