Indielicous Editorial

Staying Focused and Motivated as an Indie Developer Working Alone.

January 29, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

I’ve spent the past year working out of my home office on projects and side project and other hare brained ideas.  Sounds like a dream come true, and it is for the most part.  I know I’m a lucky guy to be in a position where I can afford to pursue this insanity, but I’m […]

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Mentoring And Why It Matters To The Games Business

January 22, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

When I was a kid, all I wanted to do was make games.  I nagged my Mum to buy me a Commodore 64, and after many months of whining and promising to do constructive things with it, she caved and bought me one for my 13th birthday.  I was obsessed.  I devoured everything I could […]

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It’s Not All Rainbows and Unicorns. Thoughts on Life, The Universe, and Indie Development.

January 17, 2014 | By | Add a Comment

I’ve been making games professionally for over 30 years now.  Yes, I am old.  I started when I was 16, back in 1983, writing text adventure games on the Commodore 64, and earning a little bit of money, here and there.  Back then, the games industry wasn’t really an industry, it was just a  bunch […]

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Going Up Against The Big Boys; And Why We’ll Win.

January 17, 2014 | By

[Editor’s Note:  This article is an opinion piece and the opinions and thoughts expressed, do not necessarily reflect those of] The Last of Us is sweeping up the awards as being the best game for 2014, up and down the country, on the radio, the television machine, everywhere, the marketing avalanche. This is what […]

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