It seemed it would never happen, but at last the Tizen Store is activated. Unfortunately, only in India for now. We imagine that the expansion plans of Samsung & co. are planned in a phased manner. It’s been a while since we developed a version of our first game —Go Deeper— for this new system created by the Linux Foundation and LiMo Foundation (Samsung, Intel, Huawei, Fujitsu, NEC, Panasonic, Orange, Vodafone… and other international companies).
We continue with the list of the 10 games that we are willing to play in this 2015. In this second part we offer the remaining 5 games. All of them indie, not because we want to discard everything else, but because we truly feel close to independent development in every way. Let’s see!
2015 seems to be full of interesting releases for all platforms. As good indies, we admit to be particularly interested in small projects from other independent developers and we have our own list of favorites for this year.
The famous ‘pitch’ or more specifically ‘elevator pitch’ is nothing new. It exists since there’s a need to sell a product effectively. But now that developers are increasingly aware of the need to sell well what we do and the fact that nobody really has much time to waste, it seems the ‘pitch’ has been revalued in the indie sector.
A short post that some users may find helpful. Now the AppStore allows us to add videos with extracts of gameplay (or applications in use) along with the screenshots accompanying descriptions, a function that had long existed in other stores. These videos are called app previews. If you have had to face the fact of generating and uploading these videos, you may have encountered some odd problems.