How to Build an Audience for your Indie Game

Get people interested and clamoring to play your game! Photo by Nicholas Green on Unsplash

It is a well known fact that professional indie game developers make very little money on average. Excluding the occasional breakout hit games, many developers never receive a paycheck, let alone create a profitable release. Imagine tens of thousands of hours of

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

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