E. Zachary Knight's Blog
I am an indepedent game developer with Divine Knight Gaming, founder and chief editor of Oklahoma Game Development and a web developer. In my game development, I work with HaxeFlixel to create cross platform games for Linux, Mac, Windows and Web platforms. I am currently working on a series of action adventure games with the first being Shattered Star: Prelude.
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E. Zachary Knight's Comments
[News - 03/24/2017 - 02:21]
One example I like is ...
One example I like is Monument Valley. They did a free portion of the game and then sold an expansion that doubled the content. It was a pretty successful marketing model from what I understand. Something like that could work for a game like Super Mario Run.
[News - 03/22/2017 - 05:00]
I think what the intent ...
I think what the intent of those quotes and the article is, at least the way I read it, is that people want to make games without feeling the need to hide who they really are. They want their race, gender, religion, whatever, to be incidental to their art and ...
[News - 03/13/2017 - 01:44]
Is there any legally binding ...
Is there any legally binding language / contracts that forces developers to price match both physical and digital r n r nUmmm. It is pretty clear in the article. If you want to release a physical game on the Switch, it and the digital version must share the same price. ...
[News - 01/04/2017 - 03:45]
The ESRB doesn 't do ...
The ESRB doesn 't do that. They got their AO rating from the free automated system the ESRB built and they likely inputted the content data in such a way as to get an AO rating.
[News - 12/22/2016 - 06:49]
It isn 't really a ...
It isn 't really a pro-piracy stance. It is a stance that recognizes that piracy exists, that sometimes it can be justified, and, finally, that there really isn 't anything they can do to stop it.
[News - 12/15/2016 - 07:57]
I am with Alexandre on ...
I am with Alexandre on this. Nintendo was clear in all its marketing, the IAP list, and the game description that this was free to try with a single purchase to unlock the full game. No one should be surprised when they get that message.