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Our company specializes in creating games which use Real-World Data technology – real-world information that influence the gameplay. The studio’s two games, ‚Red Game Without a Great Name’ and ‚Green Game: TimeSwapper’ have been globally appreciated and won many awards, such as „Best New Games” in the App Store worldwide, and nominations that include ‘IndieCade’, ‘Casual Connect’, ‘Indie Plus’ and more. The most famous iFun4All’s title is ‚Serial Cleaner’ – a 2D fast-paced stealth game set in the 70’s in America. Published globally by Curve Digital, Serial Cleaner is available on PC (Windows, Linux, Mac OS), PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. ‚Serial Cleaner’ was nominated for the 2017 Best Polish Game Award at the PGA (PoznaD Games Arena). Graczpospolita nominated ‚Serial Cleaner’ in categories of Best Game 2017 and Best Soundtrack. In 2018 Serial Cleaner was nominated by DC Web Fest in the category Games/Apps. iFun4all studio was also the nominee of 2017 Best Polish Game Development Studio Award by Graczpospolita. Our most recent project is Ritual, a dark 3D action game in a top-down perspective set in a dangerous world inspired by Weird West genre.

 

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Gaming is going through a truly REVOLUTIONARY era, hell yeah! But is E3 still worthy attending for Indie devs in this era?


This week Im going to talk a little bit about one of the most common and important action every business developer undertakes really often negotiations!


What is it like to be a business developer in a small indie studio? (and how to get my job?)


Posted by Marcin Kaleta on Wed, 06 Jun 2018 09:31:00 EDT in Business/Marketing, Console/PC, Serious, Indie, Smartphone/Tablet
What is it like to be a business developer in a small indie studio? Oh its a hell of a ride :)



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Thank you, part 2 will ...

Thank you, part 2 will soon follow :