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Low cost development is possible- and you can do well from it!

Today I’m going to talk a little bit about how it *is* possible to produce low cost games. Red Forest has cost less than £500 so far! Not all of the information within comes from Red Forest; A lot of this information comes from data I’ve gathered by watching those who do find success; Many […]


Unity3D – Accessors are bad- Caching is good!

Unity3D is an amazing tool; It makes development a dream. It introduces coding to novices without limiting their capabilities. It removes the headaches from coding the core engine, 3D renderer, sound system and all of the components required for a good, stable, usable 3D engine by having them already there ready for you to use. […]