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How Indie Devs Can Stand Out in a Digital Landscape – Indie Game Movement Ep 133 Show Notes

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Episode Name:

How Indie Devs Can Stand Out in a Digital Landscape

Episode Description:

Since the pandemic has forced many to rely on digital events and other online formats and means of communication, in a lot of ways the indie game industry was already there. While some new trends have emerged, it still goes to show that knowing how to stand out in this digital landscape is extremely important. That’s why Chris Wulf of Those Awesome Guys is going to share his experience and insight on how to navigate this landscape, what to expect and what you always need to do to stand out to others, regardless of what the future has in store.

 

Q?Box Round Answers!

The Q?Box round is a series of random questions so you can get to know a little bit more about our guest.

1)One country you always wanted to visit?

China

2) Crayons, Colored Pencils or Sharpies?

Sharpies

3)Biggest gaming pet peeve?

People who are so adamant about their platform of choice, that they won’t listen to others.

4) Most memorable moment while attending an event?

Meeting highly impactful people.

5) What’s your favorite book?

Eragon.

6) What game are you playing now?

Fall Guys. 

 

Key Takeaways to consider when trying to stand out in a digital lanscape. 

  1. Come prepared and be clear in communication!
  2. Do something different!
  3. Be yourself!
  4. Transparency is key!

 

RESOURCES AND LINKS

How to get in touch with Chris and Those Awesome Guys?

Website: www.thoseawesomeguys.com

Twitter: @chriswulf_

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