Posts tagged advice is cheap

Basic mistakes indie devs should avoid

I might still be clueless about how to make a living out of games but there are a few things I do know that maybe might help you to raise by 0.5% your chances of getting anywhere as an indie dev. I’m actually surprised to see that many people are not following these very simple […]

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Lesson from Shower with your dad simulator 2015

Well, we must always be careful about “lessons” as if we were able to exactly predict results we’d all be rich and famous but there’s still at least an observation to make here. First let’s take a look at the numbers SteamSpy is giving us about this game 3 days after its release. Shower With […]

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A peek behind the curtain or how you almost heard about my game

With my last post about my disappointment of my results in Steam Summer Sale there were a few people surprised that they didn’t know about my game and recommended that I do a better job at PR. They’re right, one can always do better. I don’t think I’ll ever be able to say that I […]

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Building an audience as an unknown indie game dev

I’m constantly baffled by how many indie devs posting games on Greenlight are not doing anything to build their audience outside of Steam. It’s not like there’s a lack of “you should do this or that” posts addressed to indies out there. Yet, many of them help propagating the “I just need to get on […]

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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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