By Scott Fegette | Friday, April 17, 2015
What does it take to be a successful independent game developer in today’s competitive, multi-platform market?
We asked Christine Clark and Matt Marshall of indie game studio Wayward for a peek into the life of a game developer.
By Jonathan Sears | Friday, January 30, 2015
Game development used to be something you could only do if you were a brilliant wizard of a programmer.
But today there are game engines—and many of them free—which build in most of the guts of a game. All that’s required of you is a little scripting, and a lot of imagination.
Here’s how to make a game with Unity.
By Jonathan Sears | Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Anyone who’s been paying attention to the game development scene can tell you that Unity has evolved very quickly, and has matured into an amazing development environment; and 4.5, the latest release, is no exception. Unity 4.5 focuses a lot on bug fixes (over 450 of them), but there are also some great new features as well. I wanted to take a minute to highlight four of these new features, and talk about how they’ll impact your projects.
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