Star Kinesis raises the bar for multiplayer space combat
While we’ve been enjoying summer, indie studio Just Some Veterans (On Twitter: @JSVeterans) has been putting the finishing touches on the …
There comes a time in every game development process where one will start to think about the music. Can you create the soundtrack yourself? Should you try to find some royalty free music to use? Should you hire a composer? There are many options available to you, but which way should you go!?
Being an indie developer is hard, and BlindFold Studios’ Paul O’Carrol knows this as well as anyone. The Dublin-based team set out to make fun and simple game, but soon found themselves caught up in the churn and grind of studio life.
Maize is a great game, published at a terrible time.
As I’ve discussed elsewhere, the market for indie games has exploded in the last few years. Fueled by the runaway …