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  1. I don't have any particular idea in mind right off the bat for the type of characters you should implement, but based not the description you provided above it sounds like you're on the right track. How far are you in the development stage?
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    Composing music for games

    Hardware synths are still used to this day, and are good to use all depending on the type of game it is you're developing. And you have to think, what exactly is the end goal that you're trying to accomplish.. do you want just basic background music, or are you looking for something more intricate.
  3. Well it all really depends on on the length of the game and the amount of good character you have in there. If it's going to be a long game, then you'll want to have a vast array enemies to defeat. But if it's not going to be that long, then you can have a ratio of something Iike 1:3, good guys to bad guys.
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    What keeps you motivated to finish ?

    A good motivator for me typically when trying to finish a project, and this applies to anything that I've started really, not just software development is the end product. After investing so much time into a project, it only feels right when you're completely done. Especially if you're a person who has multiple projects going at the same time. Freeing up some space in your head as well as on your system and the fact that I'll be able to put it behind me is a enough to give me that extra boost.
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    Copyright question

    I get what you're trying to say, please correct me if I'm incorrect. You're not much concerned regarding people pirating and stealing your game, as it's virtually impossible now a days. Your main concern is, you releasing your game and later on down the line a big company comes out with a similar game, with the same title and they end up trademarks theirs? I can see where this would cause for some concern when unfamiliar with the laws, but I believe you don't fully understand the way trademark work. Being that I'm not a lawyer, it's hard for me to explain, but I would talk to an attorney or legal aid regarding the issue to get some insight. There are actually forums online that lawyers and legal aids answer these type of questions for free, sort of as a free promotion sort of thing. I would advise you to ask on there, so you can get a more direct answer to your question.
  6. Sounds like you have a good line up for your characters. For the cyberpunk police officer, I think you should make the character a rogue female. It sort of just fits the role as far you've described things. Looking forward to hearing more about how this game turns out.
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    Good books for indie game developers?

    If you're looking for a good book on the topic of indie game development, I'll recommend you a book i just finished reading not too long ago that I found really informative. "Game programming gems 8, by Adam lake". You should be able to find it on Amazon or maybe barns and noble.
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