Game Developers: Don’t Make a MMORPG — Make This Instead

Independent and hobbyist game developer — this story may be familiar to you. As a youth, you borrowed your parents’ Windows 2000 laptop to play some “3D Pinball Space Cadet”, only to discover much better games. Games that connect you to other players on the net. An entirely unique experience at the time, your interest was piqued and you got yourself into the classic online games of the time…

Freelance game designer / developer. Full stack developer. Board game geek and cat tamer.

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C. James

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Freelance game designer / developer. Full stack developer. Board game geek and cat tamer.

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