Tag: tutorial

REVIEW: Portal

Now, I know this game has been out since, like… forever, and I know it has been discussed to death. But as you may have noticed, I prefer to rate good games, not necessarily new games. Having said that, Portal is the game that every aspiring game designer should play. It is a master piece in game design, from beginning… Read more →

LESSON: Help for Non-Artists

I’ve met many programmers facing a single major problem when they attempt to create their own games: Art. They suck at it. It’s great to collaborate with other people who share talents that you lack, but a lot of times you don’t find the right person, or you do find someone but they may have a hard time committing without getting… Read more →

LIST: Top 5 Publishing Platforms for Indie Devs

5. Steam Greenlight Steam is king when it comes to PC gaming. Their Greenlight community is an excellent tool to allow and encourage indie developers to put up their games on Steam and reach millions of players. Unfortunately, it’s not the easiest choice. Applying on Steam requires a lot of time and effort. Furthermore, receiving enough votes from the community can be… Read more →