Global Game Jam in North Korea or Antarctica? It's certainly something to aspire to, Edwards tells GameDaily.
Raconteur Games' Nicholas LaBorde shares the highs and lows of pitching and publisher feedback and how his studio stays upbeat through the challenges.
As both inXile and Double Fine come under the Microsoft banner, their fairly lengthy Fig campaigns are showing returns for those that invested in the games on the crowd-investing platform.
Steam now requires developers to contact Valve for release date changes, fixing an exploit that enabled some to abuse the system. No More Robots' Mike Rose tells us it's a 'good solution.'
Epic speaks up against harassment campaigns targeting the developers with which it's partnered.
The long-time Castlevania developer tells us that he never looked at his new project that way, and he explains why the Switch version was so challenging for ArtPlay.
The mobile publisher and a company driving 'codeless' app development have teamed up to bring better early adoption rates and interactive ads to Rogue Games' portfolio.
Battlefield 3 and Payday 2 developer David Goldfarb co-founded The Outsiders, which published a gameplay trailer for its upcoming game Darkborn in April. But Darkborn's original publisher, Take-Two's Private Division, is no longer working on the game.
The money will go towards marketing and publishing new indie games.
GameDaily spoke to the executive manager of Brazil Games about BIG Festival and the role that Brazil might play in the gaming business.