IGMC

Indie

Interview: Janice of JENBO Productions

Who are you and what are you working on?   My name is Janice, I’m a (musical)theatre actress and a singer, majored in university in both Theatre and Mediastudies. Growing up as a kid with the SNES and the Playstation, one of my dreams has always been making my own game(s). Some of my favorite games include Star Ocean, Xenogears,…

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IGMC Interview: The Dink of Half-Off Hero

Who are you and what are you working on? I’m The Dink. I mean, that’s my internet name anyway. You can call me Joe. I always have a project in mind but right now I’m primarily a student with a nearly full-time job so that keeps me busy and mostly unable to pursue my hobbies/enjoyment/dreams.     What is Half-Off…

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IGMC 2015: Escalia

        IGMC 2015 games will be judged following the same guidelines the official judges do. (Presentation, Gameplay, Engagement, Bugs/Glitches, and 2015’s Twist: Growth)  My score has no effect on the actual scores the game’s receive but just represent my own thoughts on the games.  Let’s take a look at today’s game… Escalia Background Information:  A turn based,…

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Indie

IGMC Interview: Razelle of Grist of Flies

Who are you and what are you working on? My name is Razelle; on the internet I just use the last name Lockwood to keep any semblance of privacy intact. Although,  I’ve never met anyone with my name in my everyday life or even online. Grist of Flies is the first game I’ve released publicly, but I’ve been working on…

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Indie

IGMC Interview: Jesse of Reminisce

Who are you and what are you working on? I’m just a guy from Georgia. A complete nobody in the world of game development who saw a contest and thought: “Sure, why not?” Game making has always been more of a hobby than anything for me, and I get much more enjoyment out of making something because I want to,…

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Indie

IGMC 2015: Reminisce / Homeless

        IGMC 2015 games will be judged following the same guidelines the official judges do. (Presentation, Gameplay, Engagement, Bugs/Glitches, and 2015’s Twist: Growth)  My score has no effect on the actual scores the game’s receive but just represent my own thoughts on the games.  Let’s take a look at today’s games… Reminisce Background Information:  A side scrolling…

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Interview: GUILT

Who are you and what are you working on? Hi! My name is Mickaël “Ylzor” Didier, I’m a French indie developer. I’ve released two games so far, one being Save Point for IGMC 2014, and the other being GUILT for this year’s IGMC. This means both of them were made within a month, and they are free!   What is…

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IGMC 2015: Half Off Hero / Grist of Flies

        IGMC 2015 games will be judged following the same guidelines the official judges do. (Presentation, Gameplay, Engagement, Bugs/Glitches, and 2015’s Twist: Growth)  My score has no effect on the actual scores the game’s receive but just represent my own thoughts on the games.  Let’s take a look at today’s games… Half-Off Hero: The World Needs Savings…

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PC

IGMC 2015: Guilt / Xintana Legends

        The Indie Game Maker Contest, 2015 has completed its submission phase.  Any games on the page at this point are final and ready to be played, judged, and enjoyed by the community.  Over the next couple of months as the scores are added up by the judges and games are eliminated down to the final few we’ll be taking a…

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Indie

IGMC 2015: Update

      The “Humble Game Making Bundle” has come to an end and with it the prize pool for this year’s Indie Game Maker Contest has come to a halt with over $70,000 in the prize pool.  $26,856.88 of that being the first place prize.  Although the prizes have been set in stone at this point, that doesn’t mean…

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Editorials

IGMC 2015: What to Expect

Summer 2014, many indie developers were surprised with the sudden announcement that RPG Maker and Humble Bundle were teaming up to host one of the year’s biggest indie developer contest, Indie Game Maker Contest 2014.  With a $10,000 grand prize and another $10,000 split amongst smaller prizes it’s was a competition that had a lot of people’s interest, as was…

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