Game Marketing 101: Your Store Page is Everything

September 28, 2020 — How important is your game’s store page? The short answer: extremely important. But any amateur on the web can tell you that, sure, a store page is paramount when launching a video game. That said, perhaps you’d like to hear it from the perspective of an experienced publisher? LEARN MORE »

Experiencing History Through Games

August 27, 2020 — History and video games have been intertwined as a means of entertaining for much longer than most people realize. Today, we revere games like Crusader KingsTotal War, and Kingdom Come: Deliverance for linking an entertainment medium with the past. LEARN MORE »

The History of Western Music: Six Classical Stages of Evolution

July 10, 2020 — Music has been a part of human culture since time immemorial. However, when discussing the history of music in Western civilization, six distinct periods are normally referred to. The Folk and Church Medieval, the Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and last but not least — Modern Classical — a period that covers the 1800s and 1900s (aka the 19th and 20th centuries.) LEARN MORE »

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The Caspian Expeditions of the Varangian Rus’

June 5, 2020 — The Caspian expeditions of the Varangian Rus’ were military raids undertaken by the Varangians between 864 and 1041 AD. The Varangians were warriors and merchants from Scandinavia, primarily hailing from eastern Sweden and Gotland. The raids targeted the shores of the Caspian Sea, including ancient Persia. LEARN MORE »

Gamedev 101: Life In A Lonely Lane

May 18, 2020 — Every game developer, of course, has their own story to tell, and here’s mine. When I was younger, I always felt a strong urge to create. I knew in my heart that I wanted to work in games, but I had no idea how to realize my life dream. Games are expensive to make (or so I thought) and my daytime occupation as a business software “programmer” was stable, safe, and well-paid. LEARN MORE »

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Gamedev 101: The Vertical Slice — How Studios Can Attract Funds

February 22, 2020 — Before any business angel, soft-money bureaucrat, or publishing executive is going to sign off on any funding for a game project, they’ll more often than not expect to see the development team’s creative vision realized in the form of a short and polished playable demo, which in many investor and game publishing circles is referred to as the “vertical slice.” LEARN MORE »


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