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#ActualSteveDeFact0

Posted 21 April 2014 - 12:19 PM

So I saw that movie, "Indie Game: The Movie" last night, and I really couldn't get that emotional over it. I mean, I am not as in to games as these people were in this movie. And I am wondering if it takes that type of desperation to want to keep a job in this industry. 

 

Dude said if he does not release this game, he will kill himself. Uh....

 

I mean, there are so many developers who are not as successful, do they actually end up killing themselves? 

 

Other guy, after they had succeeded greatly said, "I am starting to think it was worth it." 

 

If anything it makes me be more considerate of how I respond to another person's work, because I don't know all the labor that was put into it. But there is no way I can play all of the indie games out there enough to get sentimental about each and every one. 

 

Everyone has a story to tell, and each person is unique, but there are millions of peoples with stories to tell, and I am sure each one is unique. What makes one stand out over another

 

This is an important topic, for beginners and experienced devs alike. 

 

Anyone have/had similar experiences in the indie game development world?

Yes, I did watch it. There was a time when I was like those people and considered it either do or die. I made insane progress in a very short period of time. I placed everything else in my life on the back burner. Then I started going to college and just didn't care anymore. Now I am making almost no progress other than mindlessly doing school work but I am not crazy anymore. So their insanity is probably the reason they were successful.


#2SteveDeFact0

Posted 21 April 2014 - 12:19 PM

So I saw that movie, "Indie Game: The Movie" last night, and I really couldn't get that emotional over it. I mean, I am not as in to games as these people were in this movie. And I am wondering if it takes that type of desperation to want to keep a job in this industry. 

 

Dude said if he does not release this game, he will kill himself. Uh....

 

I mean, there are so many developers who are not as successful, do they actually end up killing themselves? 

 

Other guy, after they had succeeded greatly said, "I am starting to think it was worth it." 

 

If anything it makes me be more considerate of how I respond to another person's work, because I don't know all the labor that was put into it. But there is no way I can play all of the indie games out there enough to get sentimental about each and every one. 

 

Everyone has a story to tell, and each person is unique, but there are millions of peoples with stories to tell, and I am sure each one is unique. What makes one stand out over another

 

This is an important topic, for beginners and experienced devs alike. 

 

Anyone have/had similar experiences in the indie game development world?

There was a time when I was like those people and considered it either do or die. I made insane progress in a very short period of time. I placed everything else in my life on the back burner. Then I started going to college and just didn't care anymore. Now I am making almost no progress other than mindlessly doing school work but I am not crazy anymore. So their insanity is probably the reason they were successful.


#1SteveDeFact0

Posted 21 April 2014 - 12:17 PM

So I saw that movie, "Indie Game: The Movie" last night, and I really couldn't get that emotional over it. I mean, I am not as in to games as these people were in this movie. And I am wondering if it takes that type of desperation to want to keep a job in this industry. 

 

Dude said if he does not release this game, he will kill himself. Uh....

 

I mean, there are so many developers who are not as successful, do they actually end up killing themselves? 

 

Other guy, after they had succeeded greatly said, "I am starting to think it was worth it." 

 

If anything it makes me be more considerate of how I respond to another person's work, because I don't know all the labor that was put into it. But there is no way I can play all of the indie games out there enough to get sentimental about each and every one. 

 

Everyone has a story to tell, and each person is unique, but there are millions of peoples with stories to tell, and I am sure each one is unique. What makes one stand out over another

 

This is an important topic, for beginners and experienced devs alike. 

 

Anyone have/had similar experiences in the indie game development world?

There was a time when I was like those people and considered it either do or die. I made insane progress in a very short period of time. Then I started going to college and just didn't care anymore. Now I am making almost no progress but I am not crazy anymore. So their insanity is probably the reason they were successful.


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