Biggest Indie Failing Point: No One Knows Who You Are

on Wednesday, Oct. 30th

The Internet is a wonderful tool for indie creators of all kinds, if you can get enough eyeballs on your work. Game developer Alexander Bruce, creator of the indie hit "Antichamber", shared some sobering thoughts with GamesIndustry International:

Bruce stressed the increasingly difficult task independent developers are facing in simply getting attention for their work, saying exposure "is becoming more and more the dominant problem that people are having to solve."

There's hard, even dispiriting numbers, peppered through the piece. That's no excuse for not giving it a look.


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