Google Mysteriously Appoints A Chief Game Designer
Over the last few years Google has been looking to cut in on a number of markets from Android to Google+, Google Glass and many more that are not readily available to my mind. Perhaps I should hit up Google to refresh my memory. The company has its hands in plenty of pies and it looks as if the megalith is about to muscle in on gaming too.
Google has hired Noah Falstein, a man with a long history in the gaming industry, and given him the title chief game designer. That’s all we know – there’s a man and he has a job. Anything beyond that would be speculation. Falstein confirmed to Gamasutra that this is all true, but he couldn’t say anything else.
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“I can confirm that the title and job is accurate. Can’t say more at this time, sorry!”
Falstein has worked with companies like LucasArts, 3DO, and Dreamworks, but lately his focus has been on his consultant work with his company, The Inspiracy.
I’m thinking Google is ready to take the leap with augmented reality gaming using Google Glass. At least, that’s what I hope.