In 2007 I will....

Discussion in 'Indie Related Chat' started by SteveZ, Jan 2, 2007.

  1. Tr00jg

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    In 2007 I will...

    -Finish my self-developed website.
    -Flog Roach Toaster 1 some more.
    -Show the world my unique and original game, Roach Toaster 2 which is still in development.
    -Start making my first buckeroos.
    -Redo a badly designed game.
    -Taking another step to world domination.
     
  2. Kaos

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    Buy YOUR game, if it is good!

    Looking forward to:

    Flipwords 2 from hipsoft

    letter salad from tik games

    as well CLETUS CLAY, (aren't we at least due for some new screenshots of this?) from squashysoftware.

    If your game has bombs, I will likley "blow" my money on it!
     
  3. Pallav Nawani

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    In 2007 I Will...
    *Develop & release 2 casual portal friendly games (one of which is currently in early stages of development).
    *Shift base to a nicer, cheaper, more interesting location
    *Develop a prototype micro 3D Rpg or a micro 3D FPS in order to learn how to do 3d stuff.
    *Read one book each on Software Testing, Game Design and how to appreciate stories/literature.

    Optional Goals, would be nice if I get there:
    *Work on my latest chess program and get it to the stage where it plays expert strength chess (and try to keep it as bug-free as I can)
    *Recruit a couple people and form a small company...
     
  4. robleong

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    We're all waiting for that "damn" game, Anthony! ;)

    As for my New Year's resolution, I have 3 current game projects and I hope to finish at least one of them this year...
     
  5. Uhfgood

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    Finish one of my own games.
    Learn to drive
    Discover women
     
  6. z3lda

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    Back in 2006
    1. Didn't happen
    2. Didn't happen
    3. Did happen but game was not even close to being beta or alpha :confused:
    4. :eek:

    Now for for 2007

    1. Release my chicken game eventually :rolleyes:
    2. re-Release my 1st and possibly 2nd game for free to drive traffic
    3. Finish IGF game and submit again
    4. Start on a new game
    5. Double own and affiliate sales
     
  7. robleong

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    I like the way you ordered your objectives, because if you go for #3 first, although you'll be incentivised to then do #2, you'll probably never finish #1. :)
     
  8. ChrisP

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    :D :D :rolleyes:

    Okay, time to make some new year resolutions already:

    • Get a better web host
    • Release the next version of Mayhem Intergalactic, with added graphics and audio and general awesomeness
    • Get the Mac and Linux versions of Mayhem Intergalactic released
    • Attend the GDC in February (thank you IGF)
    • Multiply my direct sales by 5
    • Finish pre-production work and start serious production work on my next game
    • Pass all my 2008 university courses with a distinction average
    • Minimize university-related stress
    Optional:
    • Make a deal to get Mayhem Intergalactic onto a console. e.g. XBLA.
     

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