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Jeremy Alessi's Blog   Expert Blogs

 

Host of the PixelCast!

Former indie developer, former serious games developer, currently software entrepreneur creating games, technology platforms, and
events to make the world a better place through fun and cause.

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Expert Blogs

In episode 25 Jeremy sits down with Andrew, Nathan, Joseph, and newcomer Josh to discuss each of their current game dev ambitions and captures the complete essence of any good PixelFest Devs' meetup. BTW, .kkrieger (created by .theprodukkt)


In episode 24, Jeremy chats with an indie from New York City, Jasmine Greene, who co-founded Luminosity back in 2015 after a previous studio shuttered. Since then, Luminosity has released several titles, including The Painter's Apprentice on Steam...


In episode 23, Jeremy chats with veteran developer David Hernly, the developer of the party bridge simulator Starship Horizons, which gets its own huge allocation of space at MAGFest every year and recently launched on Steam.


In episode 22 Jeremy sits down with one of the East Coast's most iconic indie game developers, founder of Philosoplay, and PixelFest 2016 panelist... drumroll... Tony Powell!


Posted by Jeremy Alessi on Thu, 23 Jan 2020 10:15:00 EST in Business/Marketing, Design, Production, Indie, Social/Online
In episode 21, Jeremy comes to you from the January PixelFest Devs meetup at Circuit Social in downtown Norfolk and chats with Andrew Scott Hollis about his physical/board game Jeweler's Dozen, a killer LARP in Philadelphia...


Posted by Jeremy Alessi on Fri, 17 Jan 2020 10:39:00 EST in
In episode 20, Jeremy chats with indie comic book creator Vince White. Vince was instrumental in helping Jeremy deliver the Swap Fire comic, which was a backer reward of the successful 2017 Kickstarter for Swap Fire 2 on Nintendo Switch.



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To Google, the people that ...

To Google, the people that use its search engine are its product. I don 't think they can switch that mentality and start serving people like a traditional consumer business. It doesn 't fit the low touch, high scale mentality of the company culture. r n r nTheir business is ...

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Comment In: [Blog - 07/02/2019 - 10:55]

Great article This along with ...

Great article This along with your piece on the Game Gear has rendered me a fan. I did not know they were by the same author initially, I just had this vibe... I have read another article that reminds me of this. r n r nFantastic stuff I cannot wait ...

Comment In: [News - 06/18/2019 - 12:17]

No thanks Please leave the ...

No thanks Please leave the free market alone. We have so much latitude right now, policies like these will seriously hinder game industry innovation, which is what makes this industry especially this industry as a whole, viable and valuable.

Comment In: [News - 04/23/2019 - 12:43]

They are working 70 hours ...

They are working 70 hours per week, which is high but not really that high. I put 120-130 per week to ship my own game which also took 1.5 years , which made almost no money. At least these folks are getting paid bonuses benefits. r n r nThis is ...