Two Processors

"In computer game design, you're dealing with two processors. You've got the processor in front of you on the computer and you've got the processor in your head, and so the game itself is actually running on both. There are certain things the computer is very good at, but there are other things that human imagination is better at."

Will Wright, interviewed by Bill Moggridge in his book Designing Interactions, p. 373.


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