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Platform for success: A history of video game art

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If you're a fan of video game art, then you're in the right place. Today’s innovations and improvements in game art design and development have been shaped by the first steps that were taken in the past. Today, video games are considered more than just entertainment, they are interactive art.

Imagine lying on the sofa on a lazy afternoon, not knowing what to do and where to go. What could possibly save you from this boredom? You might take your gamepad and start playing. Your heartbeat will increase and you'll be excited. That's the magic of video

 

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