Posts tagged indie games

When you get the same idea as someone else

If you’re keeping track of this blog you know I’m currently trying to make something out of the few prototypes I released recently. Well the wait is over! I figured it out and it’s even already released! Well, okay, I sadly didn’t make this game and my last prototype was getting away from this concept […]

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Steamspy – Your voyeur needs have been answered

More or less … Since it’s out there for everyone to see anyway I thought I’d take a few minutes to talk about what you can see on that new website SteamSpy which compiles and extrapolates data from Steam. I have never really posted detailed data about exactly how many copies of Human Extinction Simulator […]

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Managing your indie #gamedev expectations and setting an objective

A tough thing to ask indies is that they see their journey in game development as a marathon when what we keep seeing day after day are sprinters occupying 90% of the press space. It can be difficult but that’s the only way to be able to continue working when things don’t quite go the […]

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Game ideas are cheap so here’s some

I’ve had so many ideas “stolen” in the past few years that I have given up on the concept of “ideas” itself. I now believe in timing, experience, patterns and the very old concept of “get up in the morning and do something”. I may or may not plan to build upon these ideas but […]

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Pre-order of Human Extinction Simulator and some dev update

You can now pre-order Human Extinction Simulator and play the new beta version (available if you pre-order the game only). Check the game’s website to pre-order now:¬†http://www.machine22.com/humanextinctionsimulator/ Steam and Greenlight You’ll notice that pre-ordering the game will provide you 1 or 2 Steam keys so make sure to vote to get HES accepted on Steam’s […]

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