I am a game producer, designer, writer, and co-founder of IronCode Gaming, a game development Company based in Noida, India.
I have designed & produced 7 games, including the casual game hit: Pahelika: Secret Legends. The game has now been ported to iOS and will be on sale on Appstore on March 6, 2014.
This is the first of three posts accounting of the technical & design challenges we faced while porting the Pahelika Series (Pahelika: Secret Legends and Pahelika: Revelations), originally windows games, to iOS.
In this post I am going to argue that it is not.
A look at the game development scenario in India, and an analysis of what needs to be done to move to the next level.
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I really don 't like ...
I really don 't like the low game price point. If this takes off it will put severe pressure on console game prices.
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Why go global while we ...
Why go global while we re doing well locally r n r nI think this is a great sign for China, Actually. This shows that the local ecosystem is able to support the game developers and is profitable. This is great because this will allow the chinese to develop games ...
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When were were studying, pretty ...
When were were studying, pretty much all of us had the occasion to use MATLAB made by http://www.mathworks.in , which is a competitor to MATHEMATICA http://www.wolfram.com/ . Furthermore, there is an open source package which is very similar, though not as complete. The name to which eludes me at the ...
[Blog - 03/06/2014 - 05:01]
Interesting but not really surprising ...
Interesting but not really surprising is the fact that the psyche of the Indian Gamer is very similar to what you have mentioned. Sadly this has kept the Indian Gaming market small, despite the fact that the Indian Middle class can afford to buy the games. r n r nAnd ...
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