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Play at Work

Tristan Hantschel
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Play at Work ist ein Interview-Podcast, indem Game und Level Designer Tristan Hantschel mit verschiedenen EntwicklerInnen über den Einstieg in die Games-Branche spricht. Es geht um Werdegänge, Studienerfahrungen, Praktika, Networking, dem Alltag in der Entwicklung und das Spielen bei der Arbeit.


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