Top 30 Game Design Blogs and Websites For Game Designers

best design blogs on the planet - game art award

Today I got an email from Anuj Agarwal, founder of feedspot.

Award Top 30 Game Design Blog"I would like to personally congratulate you as your blog 2D Game Art has been selected by our panelist as one of the Top 30 Game Design Blogs on the web.

I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 30 Game Design Blogs on the internet and I’m honored to have you as part of this!
Also, you have the honor of displaying the following badge on your blog. Use the below code to display this badge proudly on your blog."

Thanks to all my readers and their comments and requests that did motivate me in the past and still do (well a little less at the moment as I am on vacation in Greece - enjoying sun, sea and good food - and a lot less time on the computer). 

Chris Hildenbrand

2D game artist, pixelpusher, vector bender, face turner for over thirty years. I worked on more games than I can remember... The most recent release is "Super Crossbar Challenge" for iOS (Android coming soon) with Shattered Box, Fredbear Games and PlayPlayFun.


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    1. Thanks... feeling very honored and motivated to write and record more!

  2. Hey, that's great! I couldn't agree more with your inclusion

  3. Congrats and thank you for sharing all this awesome nfo. I am an 8yr Scratch user who just started doing game jams so out with the pixel art and in with Inkscape. I'm going over your tutorials with a fine tooth comb. ;)

    1. I am glad the tutorials do help... and don't be to hard on me (fine comb approach) as I am sure there are a bunch of typos and mistakes in the tutorials - but saying that... feel free to let me know if there is a problem with the tutorials and I will gladly correct it / explain the workflow in a more understandable way.

    2. There are little things skipped here and there but nothing I couldn't figure out. I'm trying out Synfig today for animation. I write my own animator using Scratch but gave it up when I found a better method and realized I needed to rewrite it. Now I am just looking for something free and fast for game jams. Once I finally get more of your knowledge into my head, I'm really looking forward to checking out the work you've been doing on games. Thanks for replying and for the inspiration!