Posts tagged advice is cheap

How Not To Get Your Game Reviewed – The other side

So once again we are blessed with advice from the Internet in this article titled “How Not To Get Your Game Reviewed“. I’m not saying there’s not something good to get out of this but as always be careful when reading these “advice”. #10 –  I see plenty of Kickstarter getting covered and often what […]

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Getting attention – What worked and what didn’t so far

Twitter : Not great Twitter doesn’t quite work. At least, it’s far from any expectations I had. I already talked about it but I think it’s worth repeating as I’m not the only one that came to that conclusion. Interesting fact: writing a tweet that gets retweeted ten thousand times does NOT translate into more […]

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The thing when you write post-mortems

If things didn’t go your way you are most likely to be even more clueless about why it went wrong once you read the comments … Kyle Pittman wrote a post-mortem about Super Win the Game here. Reading the comments is quite depressing. Depressing because instead of thanking the dev, people are spending their time […]

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The price of cheap

I like cheap stuff. I seem to never have enough money to have my conscience clear of buying luxury things. Not expensive things, just things I don’t really need but can still brighten my day. I’m a Netflix subscriber. Tonight, my wife fell asleep early so I decide to watch a movie. My first pick was […]

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It starts with a game and another, another … indie marketing plan

You probably won’t read that anywhere but the best indie marketing plan is probably to just have released a few games that sit in the “good” category. People will tell you to go to shows, how to contact the press, how to write a press release, what to put on your website but they all […]

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