My name is Peter Sheff and I am currently studying computer animation and game art at DePaul University. Earlier this year I formed a company, The Amiable, with five of my peers. We are a local Chicago game development studio that just launched a successful kickstarter for our most recent project, Tetrapulse.
You can check out my personal portfolio here.
Large conferences can be an incredibly valuable experience for up-and-coming independent developers, but also come at a cost. This is a postmortem of The Amiable's journey out to PAX East with their new game, Tetrapulse.
A postmortem of our successfully funded Kickstarter campaign for Tetrapulse, a 2-4 player co-op game coming to PC, Mac, Linux, and Steam. Part one covers the ups and downs of our campaign with breakdowns of funding sources.
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Thanks, glad it was helpful ...
Thanks, glad it was helpful I always appreciate when people are open and transparent about this kind of stuff and I 'm happy to do the same
[Blog - 10/15/2013 - 01:51]
Thanks for the question Peter. ...
Thanks for the question Peter. r n r nI definitely think it was worth it. While it may not be a huge number, we still gained 275 followers and backers that we can reach out to and get feedback from, which will be crucial for the next few months of ...