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Releasing a Game on Steam

So you’ve done it. Your game is nearing completion and you can’t wait to share it with the world. But what’s the best way to do it? Currently, for independent

Accommodating for Disabilities in Gaming

In the world of gaming, accommodating those with disabilities is becoming a much bigger concern for both developers and consumers. And when 22% of the population in the UK has

Managing a Small Team

If you’ve finally decided to make your own indie game, there are a couple of things you may not have considered about working in, and managing, a small team. Your

5 Pitfalls of Indie Game Development

When making your own game, it can be easy to get caught up in the excitement – after all there are so many things to consider. What type of game

How to write an amazing indie gamedev blog

There's no doubt that a gamedev blog can be really useful in spreading the word about your indie game. Blogs can bring more traffic directly to your website. They're good

Four things you can do to market your game before you’ve even built it

The one thing you'll read everywhere when it comes to marketing your indie game: you need to start marketing your game as early as you possibly can. You might just

The importance of feedback, and making a change in the games industry

A few weeks ago we had Grant Allen and Loudon St Hill from Dlala Studios come in to talk to us about their experiences in the games industry. We were

Jack of all trades or master of none?

Kicking off the 2017/18 programme of talks, Frazer Merrick of Teaboy Games spoke to our new starters about his experience of coming to The Games Hub with a non-gaming background, and about

How to fund your indie game

Getting StartedIf you want to create your own video game, then one of the first questions you need to ask yourself is how you are going to fund it. Making

The five most important things about writing for the games industry

You might think that because you love writing and you love video games, a job as a writer in the games industry would be your dream come true. But writing