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Practice makes perfect?

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Anonymous

Not many game publishers accept outside submissions from independent game designers. Today, a green game designer needs an agent or a lot of determination and some luck. I

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Practice makes perfect?

Publishers are very skeptical about new games. Publishers get a lot of request to review prototypes and most of the games they get are poor, bad or very bad. They also have little time. You have to impress them in some way or the other. Your game has to stand out in some way.

I don

Anonymous
Practice makes perfect?

I

Anonymous
Practice makes perfect?

A resume IS invaluable... but there is something to be said for skepticism, in publishing, concerning what is known as the "one-shot wonder" designer as well.... so the best answer is:

Do your best to get pubbed. Nothing beats a credit that folks recognize.

Submit a single title with an addendum: "...and I have several other designs I

Anonymous
Practice makes perfect?

I can see that I wasn

Anonymous
Practice makes perfect?

We do. But frankly, there is a gulf, to those of us that review submissions, between the risk of pubbing an unpublished author vs. a published one.

One other thing, and one of the reasons my

Anonymous
Practice makes perfect?

I work for a game publisher and am involved in submission reviews. I

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