- 21 Differences Between Bad and Good Game Producer. The title says it all: a post that lists 21 differences between poor and good game producers. The list is useful also for practically any leader or person. I agree with this list also today.
- Secret Game Project In Production: starting post about Edoiki… so much has changed since that post.
- Sometimes Programming Is Like Playing an Adventure Game: a brief story regarding how sleep can help you solve problems.
- The Best Project Planning Tools explains why pen and paper are the ultimate tools in planning. For example, they won’t crash.
- When You Have Something Really Important to Say. This post – in my opinion – shows one extremely practical tip you should remember when you have something really important to say.
- How To Get More Traffic to Your Site? Practical tips on how to get traffic to your site. 3rd strategic point says “have a long term plan” and I think a better tip could be “have a long term dedication”. It requires patience to build your website.
- Team Members Are NOT Mind Readers. A very useful list of items that you can use to make sure your team members know what you expect them to do.
- Donâ€™t Blame The Dogs. A story (with a cute puppy picture) that reminds that blaming doesn’t lead to anywhere.
Of course the ones that have always been reader favourites are:
- Interviews – there are few talks with game professionals, and more will be seen in the future.
- Sales statistics that describe how indie games can sell anything from $0 to $100,000 and more.
There’s some other elements I’d like to remind:
- If you want to send some interesting stuff for me, consider using the carnival submission form. Next edition for Carnival of Game Production will be held on February 15th, so you have few days left to submit your article.
- I’m also available if you’d like to contact me about business proposal or something else.
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That’s it for today.