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4. MVPs: Do We Really Need Them?

Julia Naomi Rosenfield Boeira

(1)Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil

In this chapter, you will learn what a minimum viable product (MVP) is and how it can be applied to game development. I’ll also cover how to deliver your game prototypes for validation and how to apply MVP canvas concepts to prioritize your prototypes. Finally, you will learn how these concepts are developed in a real project.

MVP and MVG Defined

A minimum viable product (MVP) is a minimum set of essential features necessary to have a functional product that delivers value to a business (minimum product) and ...

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