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10 simple steps for bringing your game idea to reality
8 months ago

10 simple steps for bringing your game idea to reality

When I go to any game related event, I see a lot of people asking about “how to make” games. There are groups and groups searching for some magical solution for taking the first steps on “the path of game design” and game development.
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How to make a game when the world is falling apart around you
8 months ago

How to make a game when the world is falling apart around you

Why does it sometimes feel like there is a conspiracy out there to keep you from completing your game?
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Starting and finishing projects
10 months ago

Starting and finishing projects

This article will hopefully give you some ideas and tips on the way how you can make sure that the next game project will be done from start to finish, and you can be proud of what you’ve achieved. This is aimed mainly for the indies who are looking forward to making a business off of making games, but can be good for hobbyist developers as well.
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How to Finish Your Project
1 year ago

How to Finish Your Project

We’ve all been there. You’re reading an article and suddenly, the best idea for a game (story, song, insert creative endeavor here) you have ever had ignites itself into a burning desire in your mind.
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You always come through many prototypes before the right one for your game project
1 year ago

You always come through many prototypes before the right one for your game project

Protect to be alive: Dev Diary

We had restarted the prototyping and changed the concept few times while we didn’t get convinced that it is our game
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One Man’s Lie? How about One Man’s HOPE?
1 year ago

One Man’s Lie? How about One Man’s HOPE?

As of this point with the title, I’m pretty sure we all know what game I’m talking about without even looking at the image. Yes, another No Man’s Sky article. …
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Dark Fear – PC Review
1 year ago

Dark Fear – PC Review

By  •  Game Reviews

I recently saw a game via Twitter called Dark Fear that looked interesting, so I watched the trailer. The advertisement said that the game was a horror game yet I didn’t …
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Adaptive Music In Video Games
2 years ago

Adaptive Music In Video Games

When you’re starting on a project it is important to design your game so that the player doesn’t have the exact same experience twice. Game designers will include as many different scenes and action combinations as possible to keep the players on their toes and to keep their interest in the game. A game that is too repetitive will often lose the interest of the player and one way to make your game world seem less repetitive is to use some clever music.
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