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Phil Oliver

This is a really interesting movie about several Indie developers:

http://www.canistream.it/search/movie/indie%20game

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Abelardo Gonzalez

I'll have to watch that. :)

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Jared Brown

I've watched that movie. It's very good. But you realize just how hard and long the journey is to make a complete game.

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Phil Oliver

Especially with a 2 or even 1 man effort. The amount of work required even in a smaller indie game is just staggering. It helps to explain the huge teams required for a monster such as Skyrim.

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Abelardo Gonzalez

It definitely gives you an appreciation for any indie game out there. While it looks like it was easy looking at a finished product, its so much more involved than that.

I've started following @spacekatgirl on App.net just to see the process of the indie game she's almost finished making, and it's pretty intensive. The amount of work that goes into each minute of play-time is huge.

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