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  1. DevGAMM

    DevGAMM Minsk 2019

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    On November 21-22, DevGAMM conference is back to Minsk! 2000 industry professionals will gather at Minsk Marriott Hotel + Falcon Club. This time DevGAMM participants can expect over 60 sessions from stellar speakers and 120+ games at DevGAMM Showcase. Also, there will be organized 3-minute meetings with publishers from the leading companies Speed Game Dating, show Game Roast with game industry experts and developers and prestigious competition for games DevGAMM Awards. For those of you who would like to get into the industry, will be organized Career Wall with hot job offers. Also, make sure to try yourself at DevGAMM Quest and win awesome prizes from the conference sponsors. Find more information on DevGAMM Minsk 2019 website. Stay tuned: FB, Twitter
  2. DevGAMM

    DevGAMM Moscow 2019

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    DevGAMM conference is back to Moscow on May 16-17! Over 2000 industry professionals will gather at 5-star Hyatt Regency Moscow Petrovsky Park Hotel. Attendees can expect 90+ sessions from top-notch speakers and 100+ games at DevGAMM Showcase. While the developers can take part in 3-minute meetings with publishers at Speed Game Dating. Moreover, traditional ceremony DevGAMM Awards and Game Roast show will completely change their formats. Everyone can also take part in DevGAMM Roundtables which is a curated hour-long round discussion for 10-12 gaming industry experts sharing their insights on the burning game industry problems. To top it off, DevGAMM participants can also find the latest job offers from the leading companies on the Career Wall and win awesome prizes at DevGAMM Quest. The tickets are already on sale (from $ 99).
  3. Hi there, My name is Alex and this is my first iOS game! I’m looking for people who can help me with testing! Please leave feedback here or mail me aizatsky.const@gmail.com Application is in TestFlight, so you need to download TestFlight app in store and after it follow this link https://testflight.apple.com/join/KVbIoTlc I want to test level generation and difficulty increasing About game: New addictive and exciting adventure of air balloon!!! Move as high as possible by inflating your balloon with one touch. Deflate and inflate it at the right time to get over obstacles. Challenge your friends for the highest score! Thanx a lot!
  4. Hi everybody, Welcome to Project BlockchainZ, the code name for the video game prototype me and my colleagues are working so hard. It's a Third Person Shooter video game with RPG and Real Time Tactics mechanics. The game prototype is already available on itch.io: Game Storyline Nobody could imagine the falling of the whole world until the deaths woke up. That nonliving ones became something we cannot consider as human being. They changed into a new creature, stronger, more frightening, and almost unbeatable. Society broke in pieces and the few ones alive had to survive at any cost. As the Major of a ranger platoon you must protect a bunker crowded of helpless people until the reinforcements arrive. Search for the BlockchainZ Ammo and destroy the hordes of zombies, but beware of the raiders: they will take your BlockchainZ Ammo whatever it takes. Right now the Raiders have all the BlockchainZ ammo, you must fight them and spoil it, but be on guard, they will counterattack. Remember, the survival of the people depends on you. Don’t let them down! Gameflow. Once you start playing Project BlockchainZ, you must defend the bunker against the hordes of zombies and raiders on a fixed map where you'll fight with your troops and traps. The bunker is basically the main area where you'll not only have to keep the people within alive, but also yourself during the reinforcements arrive. The zombies are extremely resistant, so you will need a type of ammo called BlockchainZ, which contains a very strong poison that acts directly against the brain traveling through the body. The BlockchainZ Ammo is hidden in Raiders Storages and you must spoil it from them. The more B-Z Ammo you spoil, the more Raiders will attack you, increasing the game difficulty level. Features. Third Person Shooter. Tactical map to manage your troops across the battle. Deploy defensive elements to direct the action where you want. Post apocalypse - scify style. RPG character development. This video game is like a big blank canvas. Right now, we really need the community feedback in order to get a good balance in the gameplay. So, we will do some updating devlogs to show you our improvements. Hope you download Project BlockchainZ and enjoy playing it. Any suggestions are always welcome. Thanks for all the support! DOWNLOAD PROJECT BLOCKCHAINZ ON ITCH.IO Feedback is so welcome! Please, join our Official Discord Server.
  5. In our current game development scene, it has been quit obvious for many of us how game developers over promise to the community at the beginning of the development life-cycle or fundraising step. Games like Dayz, Kenshi, No man's sky and many other games have been too literate about what they "wanted" to deliver to consumers. Only to be faced with a reality check and/or lack of funding. Thus producing a shamble of a game. - How can a game studio stop itself from going too far into this hole? - What methodical techniques are being used? - How does estimation of game projects generally work? - How would a game producer solve this issue after almost running out of funds and close to the deadline? Thanks for answering all/any questions!
  6. Hello. I've got a question about using real weapons' models and names in a free open source videogame (not commercial), which will exist by voluntary donations. If we create our own weapons' models representing the real guns and name it same as in real life (without manufacturer name), will it count as fair use or what? I know about modifying names like making AK-47 AS-47 or smth like that, but we want the game to be as close to the reality as possible, so we want to know, are there any ways of doing that. Thanks in advance.
  7. We are now filling up the game base for http://probqa.com/ - an interactive game recommendation engine based on probabilistic question-asking system (ProbQA). In each step it asks the user about a game feature and offers multiple choices. The engine also lists top 10 recommended games in each step. Recommendations change as the user answers more questions. It's tolerant to errors in the user output. There is no script or decision tree behind, but rather a cube of statistics. Please, let us know if you want your game added to our base, by replying in this thread or contacting me directly. Your game doesn't need to be a top one to get ever recommended by the engine. Just it needs be likely a desired game for a user given his/her answers to the questions.This way the users can find your game even if they don't know about its existence in advance, don't know the keywords to search for or don't have any clear idea on what they want to play. View full story
  8. We are now filling up the game base for http://probqa.com/ - an interactive game recommendation engine based on probabilistic question-asking system (ProbQA). In each step it asks the user about a game feature and offers multiple choices. The engine also lists top 10 recommended games in each step. Recommendations change as the user answers more questions. It's tolerant to errors in the user output. There is no script or decision tree behind, but rather a cube of statistics. Please, let us know if you want your game added to our base, by replying in this thread or contacting me directly. Your game doesn't need to be a top one to get ever recommended by the engine. Just it needs be likely a desired game for a user given his/her answers to the questions.This way the users can find your game even if they don't know about its existence in advance, don't know the keywords to search for or don't have any clear idea on what they want to play.
  9. yoseph072

    My Game Resize after build

    How do I fix my issue with Unity? I build an android game with Unity and I already publish it on Google store. But until yesterday, everytime I use my package name, the layout even Unity logo splash screen (unity logo not mine) was resize. But if i used another package name, it works fine. Please help
  10. Windows 10 is the operating system I am using. I have an interest to deploy a C++ Win32API project (this is my objective) that I have created with Visual Studio 2017 Community Edition. Of course, I need to deal with the runtime dependencies and other installation procedures. My research suggested two applications: Wix and InnoSetup. However, this link was over five years old: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/16083253/how-to-deploy-a-win32-api-application-as-an-executable. I have also set up: Microsoft Visual Studio Installer Projects tool/extension. This seems like it would be a wise choice, however this link: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/cpp/ide/walkthrough-deploying-your-program-cpp?view=vs-2017 makes it seem fairly rigid To create a setup project and install your program. It doesn't seem to have that much choice in how it's done, but if it works it works! There is also ClickOnce. I want the process and result to work nicely and be as easy as possible, what do you all suggest? Perhaps there is a newer application, too? It's a simple program; Thank you, Josheir
  11. Hello, my name is Giovanni Bruno and I developed a game in a week that creates a casual experience of reflex and focus on the iOS platform. I'd love to hear your take on the game. Would you have 20 seconds to watch a little gameplay? Gameplay link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A7aGA9yVpEQ Download link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/levita/id1445334524?ls=1&mt=8 More about me: I've been an iOS developer since 2017 when I joined Apple Developer Academy Mackenzie in Brazil, I had a great opportunity to be a WWDC 2018 scholarship winner and attend the event. Now I'm venturing into the development of casual games for iOS, I hope to create ever better experiences that enchant people from all over the world. I know that the game is very simple, but I hope that someone play it!
  12. Emir Koskenli

    Idle Portal Guardian

    Greetings everyone. RPG based Idle/Clicker Style Game. Fight against endless wave of monsters.Level up, unlock bonuses from skill tree, craft and upgrade equipments and hold your ground. Please have a look. https://www.kongregate.com/games/TheJamiryu/idle-portal-guardian
  13. Throughout my game programming courses I've been developing essentially a prototype for the game I ultimately want to make. We have a class in the curriculum that teaches us about the Proof of Concept and how to develop it. I plan to finish the prototype, hopefully within the next few months with a small group of friends. Ok that's great, I have a prototype, I have a proof of concept, what do I do now? What's the best way to get this out there, how do I pitch these two things? What's the classic method for getting these into people's hands, make a meeting with a publisher and see if they'll bite? Is crowdsourcing a better option for a small team? Does it have distinct advantages over the classic method? Are there disadvantages to crowdsourcing that a small team should be aware of? In the PoC you list the game's selling points, do those translate effectively into a crowdsourcing program account? I've seen the power of crowdsourcing, I mean Star Citizen just hit $200M, but I'm no Chris Roberts. For us non-legends of the video game world, what's effective and why?
  14. Red Apple Technologies have recently released 3 Digit Gold. It has already captured huge attention among the casino gamers. 3 Digit Gold is a real-time multiplayer casino betting game designed for adults which use real cash betting. Play 3 Digit Gold is the most thrilling casino game. You can play with your Android device. The game is also capable of managing high player volume without compromising on the performance or adding too much load on the game servers, by using the AWS servers. The core gameplay section enables viewing the active game played in real time. The interested players can find available boards to join or can also ask others to join.To know more about the game and install, click here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.threedigit.goldEnjoy this game and give your feedback
  15. Hello all, I just finished my first Android game and published it on Google play... I know its not the next red dead redemption2 but it would be nice to have some comments/feedback on it if its worth it to go on with a release 2.0. or move on to the next game? (red dead redemption 3 ) Anyway thx for your reading time and i hope on some nice reviews! https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gamlex.android.games.typomania Regards, Tanzan
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