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I recently decided to merge my other blog, gamedevelopersweb.com, with my personal one. I was tired of having to manage both separately, and I feel like my other interests (biology, web development, learning) could have an overlap with game development. For those interested, in order not to lose my SEO ranking for gamedevelopersweb.com, I followed [...]
Short Answer: An indie (independent) game developer is an individual, or a small group of individuals, who come together to make a video game, often with a small budget. Long Answer: Indie game development is a rather new concept in the game industry. Since the game industry is now moving out of the basement and into cubicles, the [...]
Although directly unrelated to game development, I thought it would be important for me to pass on some valuable wisdom from a fellow newly graduate. Treking out into the modern age world can be exciting, but also quite intimidating. I hope these pieces of advice will help some of you be successful in your own [...]
It’s a very tough field, so don’t expect to get a job right away after college/university unless you’ve been planning for it all along. From my intense research, I’ve compiled a small guide to give you a good idea of what you’re about to get into.
If you’re like me, from one minute to the next, you’ll spontaneously get the urge to hunt flash games on the internet. I think it’s the fact that the internet carries an infinite supply of them, and that there’s flavours to fit any gaming mood, that draws me to them. Also the fact that they [...]
Did you know that Paul Preese, the creator of Desktop Tower Defense, makes around $8,000 a month? Programming games, even as a hobby, can be lucrative. Even publishing free flash games on the internet has potential to bring in money through advertisements. Any novice programmer has the ability to create such a game. Most addictive [...]