Posts Tagged Twitter Community

Developer Interview: Maryanne Peters

Mar 20, 2015

Today’s Game Developers Like You interview is with Maryanne Peters of Toronto. Q: Hi Maryanne! To get us started, what’s a typical day like in your game development process? A: If I’m not already working on one, I pick a feature off my list (shortened by priority) and work out how to implement it. If… Read more »

Game Developers Like You (Text Interviews): Call for Participants

Mar 5, 2015

This month marks 6 full years of HobbyGameDev.com, and to mark the occasion I’m trying something a bit different: open call for developer interviews! Advice, games, and perspectives from developers at a variety of experience levels will be this month’s entries. The advice, games, and perspectives shared on the blog this month can be yours!… Read more »

Games a Beginner Can Make

Sep 27, 2014

This question came my way recently, and I bounced it out to the community: @HobbyGameDev I would love to get some ideas for games a beginner can make? Cheers. — Bradley Richardson (@potatongravy1) September 26, 2014 Echoing some of the findings to last month’s informal Remaking History survey, here are some of the top responses.… Read more »

Remaking History Survey: Advice for Beginners (Part 2 of 2)

Aug 31, 2014

The same survey mentioned in Part 1 included some short answer questions, too. I offered two prompts: 1. Have you started making a game project which you were unable to finish, and either moved on from or put on the back burner? If yes: if you could reset time, would you still go through that… Read more »

Remaking History Survey: First Projects (Part 1 of 2)

Aug 31, 2014

For Twitter Community entries I crowd source the entry content. Normally I just post a question as @HobbyGameDev and collect replies to share here. For today’s two part entry I’m experimenting with taking that idea further: instead of tweet-sized replies to one tweet-sized prompt, I posted a Google Forms survey about beginning game development. My… Read more »

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