So, it is true that we are on a bit of a development hiatus until spring of next year. However, we still want to share our love of indie gaming with you all!
We are huge fans of Twitter and the #indiegamedev community. So, we want to share some of the best tweets we’ve seen this past month.
Take a look below 😀
Me playing indie games before getting into game dev myself: This game is fun!
Me playing indie games now: HOLY SHIT this art must have taken them FOREVER??? Wow these animations are so smooth!!! This writing is inspired. These people are geniuses#IndieGameDev
— Rachel | Datababe (@the_datababe) July 11, 2021
We feel like this describes every indie game dev at some point lol @the_datababe
You would be surprised how many people use movies , TV shows , streams , and YouTube videos to learn English! So instead of asking someone to stop typing in their native language, you or a mod can use Google translate and connect with them. Make them still feel welcomed!
— Janey O’ the Laney | #BLACKMINECRAFT (@_JaneyLaney) July 9, 2021
It’s a beautiful thing that the gaming and streaming community has become so diverse. However, it’s always important to keep in mind how crucial it is to make others feel welcome — regardless of the language they speak or where they’re from. We can all put in the effort to do this. We love that this tweet by @_JaneyLaney conveys this.
Setting an schedule everyday and writing in notebooks has really helped me as an #indiegamedev #solodev #gamedev #person . Still a beginner but learned a lot over the past 5 to 6 months.=) M.Y.S.O.U.L is coming along great. #RPG #JRPG #anime #art #indiegame #advice pic.twitter.com/Bh7AoqCAgY
— Christian ciaro (@cgulley80) February 3, 2021
You’d be surprised how putting things on the calendar and writing stuff down can propel your projects as an indie game developer. Big ups to @cgulley80 for pointing this out!
— Mia Amare | ENVArtist – working on coms… slowly (@MiaAmareVT) June 27, 2021
Honestly, there is nothing to add to this one. We all come to a point where we need to hear a message like this, so soak this one up. 🙂 Thanks for this one @MiaAmareVT
Again, the beauty of the #indiegamedev community on Twitter (and even IG) is the support and advice given from other indie game developers. So, if you aren’t already plugged in (or you are a non-dev who wants to stay up on creative games), track that hashtag and stay plugged in 😀