he game development process does not end when the game is code
released and on store shelves, although this is when many development
teams consider a project to be completed. However, important steps still
must be taken in order to officially wrap production on the game. A closing kit
must be created, which archives the game code and assets for future use, and a
postmortem needs to be conducted with the team.
This section discusses the tasks to complete before officially ending the game
development cycle. Topics include the following:
Completing a Postmortem
Creating Closing Kits

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