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How to Learn and Grow Fast as an Indie Dev – Indie Game Movement Ep 106 Show Notes

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Episode Name:

How to Learn and Grow Fast as an Indie Dev with Dave Oshry

Episode Description:

If there is at least one thing that any indie dev wants, it’s probably to grow fast. However, growing fast still comes with many risks and challenges. Knowing what to do (and not to do) can save time, money and frustration, but sometimes you just got to plow through the obstacles ahead to learn what you need to get the game completed.

This is nothing new for Dave Oshry of New Blood Interactive, as he shares the risks he took and the experiences he learned from to get his games to market in a reasonable time frame.

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.

Favorite Food? 

Steak and potatoes

If you could speak another language fluently, what would it be?

Japanese.

Biggest gaming pet peeve?

Holding the players hand too much. 

What’s the one major thing you would want to accomplish in your lifetime?

Opening up a homeless shelter for veterans.

Whats one thing that most people don’t know about you?

Favorite genre of games are wordy, RPGs. 

Key Takeaways

  1. Be social and be active. Actively engage with people.
  2. Get experience.
  3. Work at a level you can and get stuff out there.
  4. Slow and steady wins the race.
  5. Be happy and keep others happy within means.

RESOURCES AND LINKS

More info about Dave, New Blood Interactive and their games!

Website:  https://newblood.games/

Discord Channel: https://discordapp.com/invite/NewBlood

Social Media

Daves’s Twitter: @DaveOshry

New Blood’s Twitter: @TheNewBloods

New Blood’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheNewBloods

Where to purchase the games

https://newblood.games/games/

 

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