Game developer: HEMO RACERS, Apocalypse Later, I Get This Call Every Day. Formerly a numb meat popsicle.
I Get This Call Every Day was just greenlit for Steam. So why am I not excited?
2013 started with a Brobdingnagian Bang and will end with the quietest of whimpers for David S Gallant, internet complainer.
Why was I Get This Call Every Day removed from Greenlight by its creator, when it was nearly in the top 100? David explains.
How sexism and other exclusionary behaviours has shaken my faith in "indie" communities.
Pipe Trouble is a new take on the pipe-laying genre that brushed up against volatile pipeline politics by daring to feature bombing as a consequence. It is yet another victim of press and politicians misunderstanding games.
I recently released my first commercial game, hoping to make my first dollar. How well did I do? Read on...
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Pseudonym that is actually a ...
Pseudonym that is actually a famous rich person, real or fictional Same bad spelling and tone-deaf advice I understand that you 're the same commenter as Lex Luthor what I don 't understand is why you persist under a new name.
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Without stats from the developers, ...
Without stats from the developers, it is impossible to know their pre-Greenlit rankings. As with all things, Valve is tight-lipped on these metrics. r n r nApologies for the rudeness in my previous comment. It wasn 't called for.
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Bad analogy, as the person ...
Bad analogy, as the person denied the job I occupied has other employment opportunities to find elsewhere. They weren 't left unemployed simply because I was employed.