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Becoming a #Gamedev

Three reasons why beginners should choose python for game programming
1 year ago

Three reasons why beginners should choose python for game programming

Starting out in programing can be daunting for anyone and not just beginners. Some of the questions you will ask yourself include which language to choose and an even …
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Sharpening your Game Making Skills: The Lessons of History and the Priceless Inspirations
1 year ago

Sharpening your Game Making Skills: The Lessons of History and the Priceless Inspirations

It’s impossible to find a writer, that doesn’t like reading, or a director that doesn’t enjoy movies. Unfortunately, the great paradox of being a creative in any medium is that you, sort of, get trapped in your own work. In the end, playing games is usually the very thing a typical indie game developer doesn’t have time to do. The consequences of separating yourself from the art that inspired you can be severe, and a growing distance towards the current reality of th  everchanging market is only one of them. Of course, there are extreme cases of people that played one or two games in their whole life and suddenly try to topple the development process like any other business, but it’s hard to treat them seriously altogether. Read More

What will you do to get your game noticed?
1 year ago

What will you do to get your game noticed?

This is the first part of a series. I plan to publish a post for each of what I consider the most important aspects of game marketing. If you find …
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Making the Connection
1 year ago

Making the Connection

So I wanted to make a post about my experience with making connections with others, primarily with social media and how a simple goal I made for myself turned into …
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