Chris Crawford was at one point the best-known computer game developer on the planet. Then one day he gave a famous speech that ended with his drawing a sword and running out of the room shouting “Charge!” and never returning. From that point on he dedicated himself to the quixotic quest to create a new kind of computer game. This month we report on his quest.
Here’s more helpful detail about whatall’s in this fat anniversary July issue.
What’s it cost?
A couple of bucks. Twenty dollars for a full year, twelve issues.
OK, fine, but are there any freebies?
Just four years’ worth.
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How about volume pricing?
PragPub is DRM-free, but if you want to get it for your user group or classroom, it would be nice if you’d pay a little more. Check the store for pricing.
You can read our lead article on game legend Chris Crawford for free right now. Here’s the link to download it.
You asked us to put back issues together in some sort of easy-to-access bundle at a discounted price. How’s this? All twelve 2016 issues for $12, just click that Get It button. Want 2015? 2014? 2013? Same deal.
And so you know what you’re getting, here are free indexes to those issues: 2016 2015 2014 2013