E Zachary Knight's Blog
I am an indepedent game developer with Divine Knight Gaming, founder and chief editor of Oklahoma Game Development and a web developer. In my game development, I work with HaxeFlixel to create cross platform games for Linux, Mac, Windows and Web platforms. I am currently working on a series of action adventure games with the first being Shattered Star: Prelude.
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E Zachary Knight's Comments
[Blog - 02/05/2016 - 05:58]
Without any data to back ...
Without any data to back it up, I would say that it is not safe to assume that. The data shows that removing flash sales combined with the new discovery queue is what caused the increase. Without a separate period of time with both, we cannot assume anything.
[Blog - 02/02/2016 - 05:58]
I don 't get the ...
I don 't get the idea that she is denigrating artists, but more fighting back at the idea that artist is the only role a women would seriously tackle in the games industry.
[News - 02/01/2016 - 01:49]
Because the big companies have ...
Because the big companies have entire teams whose sole job is to find these kind of programs to exploit. Small indie companies who only have a handful of employees don 't have the resources to find and utilize these programs.
[Blog - 01/25/2016 - 02:01]
I have to wonder about ...
I have to wonder about the final marketability of the Rift though. With the cost of admission to the Rift, the potential for any games are severely limited. The low price for the Ouya was a key selling point, and had there been a solid and consistent message on Ouya ...
[News - 01/15/2016 - 01:43]
I would rather that no ...
I would rather that no one get a trademark on the term, original creator or not. It is a generic term and any trademark would damage the ecosystem.
[News - 01/15/2016 - 11:53]