Posts tagged marketing

Bret Airborne, 1 month later – Stats and thoughts

I won’t call this a postmortem as really I feel it’s a bit too early to use this word. Let’s say that it’s just a picture I’m taking a bit more than a month after the release of Bret Airborne. I’m not even sure I’ll one say write a proper “postmortem” with the typical “what […]

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How important is the gaming press for indies really?

Before you read that I suggest you take a look at this post from Ryan Henson Creighton about the marketing push for Spellirium. I always find it fascinating when indies share some stats as it helps a bit to paint a more accurate picture of what it really means to be indie. So you’re back? […]

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Looking for the graphic artist in me – Next game planning

I spent the whole day working on some stuff to see how far I am from my next game on the graphics level. I won’t waste your time and show you what I got right away. If you’d be kind enough to let me know what you think that’d be appreciated. Top-view character The first […]

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Motivational indie poster: Marketing

Or demotivational? Anyway it’s a poster. A tongue-in-cheek poster but if I have to say so then … well I’ll try to do better next time. Marketing is like a highway filled with grey cars. There are so many cars and most of them all look the same so it’s really difficult to have someone […]

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Let’s cut the crap about Kickstarter. Do you really like killing 10 rats?

Each time I make my case about Kickstarter I keep hearing the same thing: “But if people support the project from very well-known people they might discover and decide to support other smaller projects” … BULLSHIT! The real trick to Kickstarter is first be widely known or be backed up by a big name and […]

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