Hey everyone! It is time for another ‘Tale Tuesday’ and we’re changing the topic a bit. We’re moving from more personal details about the game development and we move into actual game development and work organization. Time to find out more about behind the scenes of ‘Sierra Nevada’!
Hey everyone! Today we’ll talk about creating games and how it can be a great passion if you’re really interested in it. You’ll find out what I think about it and how I perceive game developing and designing as a whole. Without further talking, let’s get right into it!
Today we have a short message instead of ‘Tale Tuesday’. Due to less time for our projects and general need for more free time, we will be posting less frequently.
From now on, ‘Dev Friday’ will be posted every other week, starting this Friday (23rd July 2021). The updates will be about all the ongoing projects. Some of the updates on ‘Games for Funds’ might not follow the template and be more irregular.
‘Tale Tuesday’ will be posted roughly once a month, with two weeks of break between Kofi and Website release. No additional posts are planned for now.
In the meantime we will maintain some general presence, so you don’t feel left out. We’re sorry for the inconvenience and we’ll be back to normal rate once possible. Remember – Iguana Mercenary is our part time passion and we wish to spend the most time possible on it, but sometimes we simply cannot.
I really want to spread the message, so if you don’t have time to read it all: please, simply share the links available at the end of the article and come back to read later. It means the world to me, thanks!
Hello everyone! In today’s Tale Tuesday we will respond to that a bit rhetorical question in the title. Is it hard to be an indie game developer? It definitely has its difficulties and disadvantages, but it’s also rewarding in a way. Let’s jump right into it!
There are many differences between indie developers and the big game development studios. Big studios very often are looking for profits and selling their product, while indie developers often go for ideas they’re interested with. In exchange, the profits rarely skyrocket for indie devs. There surely are some reasons behind that.