Game Development

Bas Geertsema

Just two days ago Epic announced that you can use their powerful Unreal Engine 4 with no upfront costs. And a 5% revenue fee is only collected when your gross is over $3.000,- per quarter. This used to be $100.000 per developer seat just a couple of years ago. One day later, Unity announced that they basically give away their engine for free with their personal edition. Only when your revenue/funding exceeds $100.000, you will have to pay.

Bas Geertsema

In the last months I have been working on a video game. In the early development days I made some choices regarding the technologies to use. Here I want to talk specifically about my choice to go with low-level languages and low-level components, rather than a high-level game-engine such as Unity. A polished design The market for video games is huge, but pretty saturated. So, how does one stand out among the crowd?