Some advices from experienced game devs

Discussion in 'Indie Basics' started by Kharin, Sep 10, 2019 at 2:41 PM.

  1. Kharin

    Kharin New Member

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    I'd like to know the whole process of creating a game from the beginning to the end. What I have to do first, what I have to note for the future, what issues need to be identified. What needs to be done after the game idea is formed. What kind of specialists will be needed. How can I tell correctly my idea to specialists and get what I need from them. How can i become the connecting link between them. How much time it will take to create the game. What additional costs await the company in addition to remuneration and advertising.
    My game is going to be as simple as possible. Probably it is going to be the same type as VooDoo games or sth. May be like "Helix Jump", "Rise Up", "Balls VS Blocks" and etc.
     

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