A look at the release and sales of “Life of Pixel” on PC, Mac and Linux over the past ten months.
I was inspired by David Galindo’s blog post series to put together a full summary of how our game, Life of Pixel, has fared since launch.
For those living outside the US and running a Kickstarter campaign, goals and pledges are listed in the local currency rather than USD. This is inconvenient for many creators and backers. Perhaps we can get Kickstarter to change this.
An overview of how we're tackling various design issues of unit movement in our 3D tactics game, Trudy's Mechanicals.
This tutorial takes you through the steps to start using Git with Unity.
This article marks the beginning of a three-part series on user attribution
This article is for background art production of 2D games. It deals with 2D & 3D assets management. It would help you save troubles when you need to edit, and reuse the graphics.
The ups and downs of the development of the indie game Human Extinction Simulator released after a year of part-time work.
Contracts are the lifeblood of any creative industry. Game lawyer Zachary Strebeck looks at some of the essential contract terms that a developer needs when hiring an artist or programmer.
When DLC started to become a significant force early into the last (PS3, 360, Wii) generation of console gaming. Many didn't know what to expect from downloadable content, but now it's here to stay.
Unreal Engine is now Free!
With 5% Royalty if your game profit exceeded 3000$
In this blog, Matthew Dyet talks about the constant battle many independent game developers face over their perceived self-worth. It's a story of the people who choose to do what they love, and how they can hate themselves for it.
Examining how the gameplay alterations to Five Nights at Freddy's make it less scary with each new sequel.