Pitfalls in Working with a Game Publisher

There are thousands of indie game developers all over the world who make games. But, only a fraction of those developers have any experience working with a game publisher. I was one of those developers when I saw an opportunity to work for a start up that published educational games. I submitted my game portfolio […]

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Why I Don’t Make Art For a Living: How Capitalism Kills Creativity

I’ve been writing a lot about game development and coding so far on the blog, and I wanted to mix things up a bit, especially because I initially created this blog with the help of a book called Renaissance Business by Emilie Wapnick. I discovered her after listening to her amazing TED talk . Basically […]

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Which MOOC has the best game development courses?

Last week I wrote a post about why I don’t think that a game development degree is worth it. However, that does not mean I don’t believe there are good educational materials out there online. About two years ago I enrolled in a Game Development Specialization on Coursera offered by Michigan State University. At the […]

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