Article: Indie Bubble Buts

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It’s on the Gamasutra front page, so you’ll probably find it before you see this (woo!).

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Departures: Dennis

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It is with grave sadness that we announce the departure of Dennis Dryden from Glass Bottom Games.

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Logitech sponsored us!

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Logitech sponsors GRAVITAZ, with boxes of controllers to be given to supporters

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It’s a new look

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So, as you can see, stuff changed.  A lot.  Gone are the days of the dreary little blog, here to stay is Glass Bottom Games, a new game development studio based out of Denver, CO.  Poke around, and tell us what you think of the changes

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Where do you get your news from?

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I wrote this up for someone else, and figured, what the heck, might as well share it with my readers. All… well, 2 or so of you Here’s the ones I follow: – www.gamasutra.com – I follow the News RSS feed, the Features RSS feed, and the Blogs RSS feed, but the news is the […]

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Steam, XBLA, PSN et al won’t hit 99c

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There’s this (very understandable) worry amongst folks looking at the market currently enjoyed by Steam (and Impulse/D2D et al), PSN and XBLA.  This idea that somehow, it will be infected by the same malaise that has driven mobile pricing to 99c.  That game value is eroded, that content is without value, that we’ll never have […]

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IGDA Board Voting – Help make the organization into something useful

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It only takes a few minutes, and you can help make the organization more relevant and less toothless.  Vote here.

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2010 XBLA sales analysis released

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http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/32659/InDepth_Xbox_Live_Arcades_2010_Sales_Revealed.php Not much else to say. This is the single most accurate sales analysis you’re likely to find for XBLA, given the spottiness of releases, and the data comes from leaderboards mostly. As usual, take the figures with a grain of salt – many games don’t have leaderboards, or have leaderboards that only track a […]

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I love Mozilla Thunderbird (indie hosting and org recommendations)

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Someone just turned me onto how cool Mozilla Thunderbird is, and as a result, I feel compelled to point out how awesome it is to others. Especially if you’re looking at cheap mail/etc options for a new business, check it out. Stand-alone client that acts basically like Outlook but has a gooey GMail-filled center? Check. […]

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Portfolio (and PR) Advice: The importance of Youtube

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To make this a bit more useful, I’ll also be addressing it toward folks trying to get the word out about their game, but that wasn’t what inspired this. No, this entry was brought to you by me happening across yet another post on yet another game dev site where someone made an interesting piece… […]

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