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Heather Chandler (Raleigh, NC) has over eight years of international experience in creating multimedia with a number of different platforms, including PC, Internet, and Film. She has worked at Activision, Electronic Arts, and Red Storm Entertainment in a variety of production roles. Her previous writings include two articles for the book Secrets of the Game Business (Charles River Media, 2003) and The Game Localization Handbook (Charles River Media, 2004).


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How to produce more organized games April 13 2006
By D. Donovan, Editor/Sr. Reviewer - Published on Amazon.com
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Heather Chandler's THE GAME PRODUTION HANDBOOK adds to others in the 'Game Production' series and offers a range of methods and tips for producing more organized games. From voice over sessions and submission processes to brainstorming, developing concepts, and marketing them with publishers, THE GAME PRODUCTION HANDBOOK covers it all.


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