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Freebie Fridays! Where to Sell Indie Games: itch.io

Previously, in a Tutorial Tuesdays post entitled “Marketing for Indies – PR, Social Media, and Game Trailers“, I mentioned indie game selling site itch.io. In the post I described itch.io as “an indie distribution site where the developers get to keep 100% of their proceeds. It also facilitates...
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#UdemyExit

Recently Udemy has foisted a forced arbitration clause upon its users and content creators. Arbitration creates a parallel, bizarro legal universe in which people have no legal rights and corporations grant themselves even more power. Forcing arbitration upon your customers is an explicit admission that your business practices...
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Are paid apps blah blah blah?

Well are they? http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/279101/Are_paid_apps_dead_Theres_only_1_among_the_US_50_topgrossing_and_its_Minecraft.php   I hope you found this content useful. If so, please like and subscribe and consider contributing to my brand new Patreon so that I can continue to produce great #gamedev and #game art content while battling cancer! brand new live streaming! featuring #gameplay,...
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Overwatch and the argument for original IP.

The argument is essentially the headline of the following article: http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/278631/Overwatch_helps_drive_recordbreaking_revenues_for_Activision_Blizzard.php I hope you found this content useful. If so, please like and subscribe and consider contributing to my brand new Patreon so that I can continue to produce great #gamedev and #game art content while battling cancer!...
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Tencent latest big business to commercialize piracy.

Previously I’ve linked to articles detailing G2A’s efforts to capitalize on piracy/thievery. It should come as no surprise that this sort of thing goes on in China, only on a much larger scale. Tencent, a Chinese company with a 200+ billion dollar market cap, is the latest, largest...
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