How David Galindo Use Real-Life Experiences to Create a Unique Game
You will learn:
- How David used his real-life experiences as a barista to make his games.
- Why you need to study your competitors by checking their forums and customer reviews to see how they respond to their customers and to see what customers are saying about their game.
- How outsourcing your weakness can make a big difference in your development process.
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