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Monkey Game Development by Michael Hartlef

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So let's go for something big? No!

Ok, so you want to create the next Diablo game, or another Star Craft. Do yourself a favor and take a step back; better, take 10 steps. Each of these games was created by an army of people. We are not talking about five to 10 people. Multiply these figures by 10 or 20 and the result will give you a good estimate of how many people are working on titles like the ones I have mentioned.

The games we have just played were created by individuals. They did the graphics, the sound effects, and the coding, all on their own. So when you start game development, set a small goal. The most important aspect for a game developer is to finish projects. Go for something that you can finish easily and in a short period of time. ...

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