Jeremy Alessi's Blog
Founder of StreamSDK
Host of the PixelCast
Creator of Swap Fire
Former indie developer, former serious games developer, currently software entrepreneur creating games, technology platforms, and events to make the world a better place through fun and cause.
In episode 27 Jeremy reunites with Jay Moore, who was there at the beginning of Jeremy's career and helped him launch Aerial Antics, one of the first 12 games that Garage Games published. Garage Games launched the "indie game" movement as we know it today
In episode 26, Jeremy chats with Matt Strnad, the indie behind the amazingly polished, fun, and intriguing Robozarro. The game was recently released on Steam and is headed to PS4, Switch, and Xbox One. Matt and Jeremy talk indie games, life in Norfolk...
The idea was games that are hosted, streamed, played once, and then expire. For example, imagine Super Mario Bros. but every time someone dies, another player takes over, until eventually someone finishes the game. Then, once it's over, the game shutters
In episode 25 Jeremy sits down with Andrew, Nathan, Joseph, and newcomer Josh to discuss each of their current game dev ambitions and captures the complete essence of any good PixelFest Devs' meetup.
BTW, .kkrieger (created by .theprodukkt)
In episode 24, Jeremy chats with an indie from New York City, Jasmine Greene, who co-founded Luminosity back in 2015 after a previous studio shuttered. Since then, Luminosity has released several titles, including The Painter's Apprentice on Steam...
In episode 23, Jeremy chats with veteran developer David Hernly, the developer of the party bridge simulator Starship Horizons, which gets its own huge allocation of space at MAGFest every year and recently launched on Steam.
Jeremy Alessi's Comments
[Blog - 03/11/2020 - 10:51]
Neil, thank you again for ...
Neil, thank you again for the phone call You are ahead of the game in your thinking and I 'm looking forward to working with TIFCA to make what we discussed a reality.
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To Google, the people that ...
To Google, the people that use its search engine are its product. I don 't think they can switch that mentality and start serving people like a traditional consumer business. It doesn 't fit the low touch, high scale mentality of the company culture. r n r nTheir business is ...
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[Blog - 07/02/2019 - 10:55]
Great article This along with ...
Great article This along with your piece on the Game Gear has rendered me a fan. I did not know they were by the same author initially, I just had this vibe... I have read another article that reminds me of this. r n r nFantastic stuff I cannot wait ...