Все публикации автора Oleg Nesterenko
155 games make it to WN Dev Contest quarterfinals
Since December 2020, WN Media Group has been running a large-scale contest for the best Unreal Engine game among European developers. The contest is held in collaboration with Unreal Engine and Reboot Develop. Today, on March 5, the organizers announced the quarterfinalists. Of the 555 submitted games, the jury members selected 155 titles.
Movie Games’ Paweł Olszewskij: “Marketing budget usually reflects 30% of production budget”
As part of WN Dev Contest, we are discussing the industry with the jury members. In this installment, we catch up with Paweł Olszewskij, Business Development Manager at indie games developer and publisher Movie Games.
DDM’s Rebecca Owen: “It is wonderful to have fresh ideas and new hires, but only when they are tempered with some production experience”
As part of WN Dev Contest, we are discussing the industry with the jury members. In this installment, we catch up with Rebecca Owen, Business Development Manager at Digital Development Management (DDM).
Techland in quotes from devs and management
Ten current and former Techland devs spoke anonymously to The Gamer highlighing what seems to be the crisis of the studio’s management culture. We have selected the most graphic quotes both from the team and from the management on various aspects of the Dying Light 2 development.
Sensorium Galaxy’s Ivan Nikitin: “We are looking for projects that explore and expand the paraphysical nature of VR interactivity”
As part of WN Dev Contest, we are discussing the industry with the jury members. In this installment, we catch up with Ivan Nikitin, Head of Product at Sensorium Galaxy.
Liftoff teams up with mobile marketing tech companies to launch Post-IDFA Alliance
Liftoff, a global mobile app marketing optimisation platform, announced the launch of the Post-IDFA Alliance. Liftoff is joined by other mobile marketing technology companies like Fyber, Chartboost, InMobi, Vungle and Singular.
Tilting Point on launching St. Petersburg studio: “Russia has deep pools of talent and experience”
At the end of January, US game developer Tilting Point announced the launch of a St. Petersburg, Russia-based studio. We have discussed the new studio and the challenges it’s facing with Samir El-Agili, the president of Tilting Point.