In this episode of the Indie Bandits Marketing Clinic, we're talking about how to put together a budget for your indie game and why budgets are so important, especially when you're working with very limited budgets.
A lot of devs say they don't have time to market their indie game. In this episode, we talk about creating sustainable content schedules so you can regularly market your game.
In this episode of the Indie Bandits podcast, we're chatting about everything you'll need to start marketing your indie game.
In this episode of the Indie Bandits podcast, we discuss purchase funnels, marketing content, and how it all applies to indie games and the way you market them.
Our podcast is back, but it's a little different! In our first new episode of The Indie Bandits Podcast, we're looking at The State of Independent Game Development report that we've put together to work out where the community is at and how we can help them move forward with making their independent games a … Continue reading The State of Independent Game Development | 2022 Report
On this month's podcast episode, we chat about the future of Google Stadia, the UK government's ideas for regulating console scalpers, how to effectively market indie games, and NUTS, the stylised squirrel-watching indie game. Games Discussed: NUTS
In this episode, we chat about the games we've been playing over the holidays, how Cyberpunk 2077 set a new standard for controversial game releases, and Supergiant Games' excellent indie rogue-lite Hades. Games Discussed: Don't Starve Together, Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege, Cyberpunk 2077, Hades.
In this podcast episode, we're discussing how we like to play indie games and which platform we think is the best for enjoying independent games on.
Pay-to-win mechanics have become rather commonplace in gaming but should we expect to see more or less of them? In this episode, we discuss the good, the bad, and the ugly of pay-to-win, whether publishers should include them, and how we can put an end to them.
Despite not being our favourite genre, we've been playing a few fighting games and decided to have a chat about them and how crap at them we are. Games Discussed: Skullgirls, Pocket Rumble, Nidhogg