indie Game Developer

Being an indie game developer, especially a new one, is full of challenges. From deciding which language or which game engine would be best for developing your game, to learning a new vocabulary and plotting out your development strategy.Read More →

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As a game artist at a small studio, you have your hands on a little of everything. When working at Blue Frog Gaming, I worked on concept art, illustrations, UI, animation, and much more. Let me tell you about my game artist journey.Read More →

7 tips to help promote your game

Marketing and promotion of your game are important. They are quite possibly the most important parts of your game development process. You’ve seen, played and bought games that were advertised as amazing blockbusters, and then turned out to be garbage. But why were they so successful?Read More →

indiecade 2018 game submissions

IndieCade showcases some of the best indie games of the year and you’re invited to submit your project for the 2018 season.  This year you can apply to both IndieCade Festival and IndieCade Europe, separately or together.Read More →

5 tips to get into game development

So, you’re currently in high school or college and you want to get into game development. You know this is what you want to spend the rest of your life doing. So, how do you do that? Here are some tips to help you out.Read More →

16 game developer tips for Making Educational Games for Kids

People will state that edutainment video games don’t need to fun. The problem with that statement, is most people, especially children, will not engage in the activity if it’s not fun. And if it’s not something interesting or fun, people and children are less likely to retain the information they learn.Read More →

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