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Posted by Simon Carless on 01/04/20 08:53:00 pm in Indie
The latest highlights include two standout articles about id Software's classic Doom, as well as some picks for the top upcoming games of 2020, some final 'best of 2019' charts, some great retro game articles, & lots more besides.

Posted by Jeremy Alessi on 01/02/20 01:57:00 pm in Indie
In episode 18, Jeremy makes a New Year's Resolution to interview more people on the PixelCast. First up is the amazing Kishi Bashi, a musician and filmmaker who collaborated with Jeremy on a mobile game back in 2014.

Posted by Ruben Torres Bonet on 01/02/20 10:21:00 am in Indie
What happens when memory allocations go out of hands, are out of your control and you have to ship a game?

Posted by Ruben Torres Bonet on 12/27/19 11:31:00 am in Indie
Do you have a Christmas present for your players? Well, just make sure it's not a memory crash. Those happen when greedily using countless assets from the store. Don't dump the assets, just adopt a clever strategy with Unity Addressables Prefabs.

Posted by Simon Carless on 12/21/19 12:26:00 pm in Indie
The latest highlights include yet more best-of lists, both for 2019 and for the whole decade in a couple of cases - as well as neat pieces on hypercasual, Trico, video game cookbooks, creepy collectibles, & tonnes more.

Posted by Jeremy Alessi on 12/19/19 08:28:00 am in Indie
In episode 16, Jeremy joins the PixelFest Devs for great food, drinks, and conversation at Keagan's in Virginia Beach. Jeremy interviews long-time developers, AJ Comfort and John Woodcock. Jeremy also follows up with Joshua Jané and Derek Hampton...

Posted by Max Pears on 12/18/19 02:02:00 pm in Indie
The final part to the series where I break down a combat level I designed and explain what tools you can use to keep your combat levels engaging

Posted by Ruben Torres Bonet on 12/17/19 01:43:00 pm in Indie
Videos are crucial, but they feed on storage space. They'll milk till the last bit of your players' drives and skyrocket your game installation times by hours. Would you enjoy staring at a progress bar for 12 hours? No problem, Addressables has your back.

Posted by Chris Solarski on 12/12/19 10:31:00 am in Indie
Video games are undoubtably big business. Video games are so big, in fact, that they effortlessly out-earn the film and music industry combined. But what does the future of video games hold? Is it more of the same but bigger and better?

Posted by Simon Carless on 12/11/19 04:38:00 pm in Indie
In this particular piece, Luke Spierewka of Afterburn was kind enough to provide full stats for iOS, Android and Steam for his team’s title Golf Peaks.