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After investing over $150,000.00 in his indie game, Leviathan: The Last Day of the Decade, Andrey Kniazev struggles to find a publisher, get press, and reach his intended audience.
I've tried different affiliate programs over the past five years for my web-based games. I've discovered that some pay and some don't. Let's dive in!
Making and selling visual novels is not easy. These tips are a must read for any serious developer looking to make a successful visual novel for western audiences.
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[News - 11/12/2013 - 03:14]
It would be lovely if ...
It would be lovely if people actually played the game in its completed format from beginning to end without prejudging it.
[News - 10/24/2013 - 04:56]
[Blog - 10/22/2013 - 08:30]
I got what you were ...
I got what you were saying, and I don 't think that you said anywhere that it was exactly the same. Some people always like to post yes, but comments. Sometimes, I do that, too though... r n:3
[Blog - 09/22/2013 - 03:50]
Thanks so much for reading ...
Thanks so much for reading the interview and checking out the game. r n r nThe market for visual novels and hidden object games are not for children. Hidden objects games are casual and the market is generally 40-year-old soccer moms who play games sporadically. r n r nThe visual ...
[Blog - 09/16/2013 - 05:39]
Loved the video. That was ...
Loved the video. That was the funniest crap I 've seen in a long time. r n r nThank you for posting the article. I 've been really pissed about HOW all of the indie devs are acting, and not why they have reacted.