Ashamed of being a gamer

Winner of Women In Games Scholarship 2012 Kristina

I was recently pointed in the direction of this article and I really loved the topic of it. It’s well-written, to the point, and it says something important about both gaming culture and those who are not part of it.

Please read and share: I Was Ashamed To Be A Gamer — I Don’t Feel That Way Anymore

I was ashamed to be a gamer

Week 2 – Term 3 : Level Design

Women in Games 2012 Winner Kristina Soltvedt

Week 2 of term 3 is picking up a little bit now. The Level Design stream has a pretty heavy work load, but it’s all been very very fun. Currently, we are finishing up a Capture the Flag map in UDK and a decorating assignment in Environmental Level Design.

The due date for the Capture the Flag map is tomorrow, so I’ll try to get some screen shots up as soon as me and my team mate finish what we’ve been doing. The level so far, I don’t mind saying, is siiiiick. We’ll see how it turns out in the end.
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Hello from Women in Games Scholarship Winner Kristina Soltvedt!

Women in Games Scholarship Winner Kristina Soltvedt banner
This is my first blog post in a while. I think the last time I had a blog I was about fifteen or so. And back then I was writing about how much I hated school, what a brat I was and how WoW was the best thing in the world. Things have changed a bit. School is pretty awesome and WoW is a faint memory. When you study game design at VFS you don’t really have time to play games. Oh the irony. I know.

Mystery Wow

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