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  1. Hello! My name is Joan Roca, I'm 29 and I am an IT engineer who started to develop video games from home a year ago. Today I can announce that my first iOS game has been released! It's named Dead by Halloween. It's a game that let's the player build a mysterious Halloween town. During the day everything seems almost normal. The goblins work on their workshops. The witches cook tasty soups in their cauldrons. The tourists take pictures of beautiful buildings. But at night, be warned of the dangers you might find in this town. You better stay at home! More than 40 types of buildings to build like the Vampire's lab, the Werewolf hut, the Mad Scientist's lab... Manage more than 20 different resources like Brains, Bones, Coffins, Candles... Control the day and night cycle to alter the tasks your inhabitants do. Attract tourists to your town and make them mysteriously disappear at night. Produce and store candy to give out to kids every night. Gameplay style reminiscent of city builder games from the late 90's. Here it is a promo code to download the game for free: M7KF7TNYH4HM The game is available in the App Store: https://itunes.apple...27478?ls=1&mt=8 Happy Halloween! Joan Roca www.cocoshock.com
  2. joanrocagas

    NDA question

    Thanks for all your advice! I've got the contract template. It's seems pretty standard. It says that I own the rights of all the work they will do for me, and all the materials supplied by me have to be treated as confidencial... So, is it enough with both parties having a scanned signature on the contract?
  3. joanrocagas

    NDA question

    Ok, well, Im going to put some trust on them. They already did some test work for me and it worked great. They seem honest. I'm not a big company or anything similar, I don't know if I could enforce such contract. If I can get their template I might bring it to a local lawyer to review it and see if it can protect my material. But well, in any case I've just given them mere lists of assets. All this paperwork sounded to me like for big companies and such.
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    NDA question

    Hi everyone! I'm an indepedent developer making a game as a personal project, it's not a company. The game is intended to be commercial. I'm about to hire a studio company in another country to make the graphic assets. I have given them lists with the characters, descriptions, buildings and some other details. My concern is if we should sign a NDA contract in order to protect my documents. They told me they have and standard template but Im not sure if it's a bit overkill. Besides I dont think I would have the money to enforce such contract. What do you think? Some advise would be appreciated Cheers
  5. joanrocagas

    Company Name Vote

    Didn't know about the polls, I've updated the post so you can properly vote. I've added the Soft Biscuit option as well. Thanks for voting!
  6. joanrocagas

    Company Name Vote

    Hi folks! I'm starting a small game company with our first title in development. We focus in casual games for facebook. We have came up with two potential company names: Biscuitsoft Playattic Which one do you prefer? Cheers!
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