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Indie Game Marketing from the author of the Game Marketing book, The Indie Developer's Guide to Selling Games. Video Game Marketing made simple... or at least as simple as I can make it.

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Tuesday, June 06, 2006

The First Reviews

So a few reviews, both formal and informal, have come my way so far on The Indie Developer's Guide to Selling Games (www.indiegameguide.com). I'm also happy to report I am now about $500 in the black... which doesn't quite cover the time it took to make the book, but at least I have paid for what it cost to produce it!

So, here are some links and things that have been said:


"... you can see right through the skin, down to the bone. The book's bones are solid, however, and they provide a good foundation for any Indie game developer to build upon."

Julio Gorgé said...
"I finished reading the book yesterday and I liked it. It's like comprising 5 years of Indiegamer.com advice into 150 pages : )"

Tero Miettunen, Mitorah Games (http://www.mitorahgames.com/)
"An excellent compact book for those of you who haven't read these forums a lot or who wish to get all the IndieGamer marketing knowledge + some in one package."

For those who like the book, be sure to tell all your geeky programmer friends :) For those who DIDN'T like it- Be sure to tell all the geeky programmers you don't like to go buy it also! :)


Blogger Tarjei said...

A review appeared on Slashdot today as well:


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