GameDev Resource Lists & Game Music Packs

Discussion in 'Indie Business' started by Ninichi, Jun 19, 2019.

  1. Ninichi

    Ninichi New Member

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    Hello everyone! I've been running a blog for a few years now and thought that it could be useful and interesting to share some of the most popular resource lists and articles here along with some of the most popular game music packs and general articles as well, in case these are useful to be aware of.

    Resource lists in order of popularity:

    11 Places to Publish & Release Your Indie Game
    16 Indie-Friendly Indie Game Publishers
    12 Great Places to Find Sound Effects for Your Game or Project
    17 Great Places to Find Free Game Art
    10 Places to Find Beta Testers for Your Indie Game
    10 Crowdfunding Platforms to Consider for Indie Projects
    10 Awesome Sources of Funding & Grants for Your Indie Game

    Game music advice articles:
    4 Ways to Source Music for Your Game
    3 Basic but Important Game Music Rules!
    5 Ways to Use Music in Your Game
    5 Top Tips for Hiring a Game Music Composer First Time

    Game Music Asset Packs:

    Chiptune Pack | Royalty Free Game Music Pack
    Retro Rush | Royalty Free Game Music Pack
    Puzzle Pack | Royalty Free Game Music Pack
    Fantasy Atmospheres 1 | Ambient Royalty Free Music Pack
    Fantasy Atmospheres 2 | Ambient Royalty Free Music Pack

    Other popular advice articles:

    6 Ways to Manage Burn Out as an Indie Game Developer
    6 Pitfalls to Avoid as an Indie Game Developer
    How to Create an Awesome Indie Game Trailer

    Tips shared by game developers:

    7 Top Tips For Indie Game Developers from Darlene Barker
    Game Development Tips from the Creator of Brass Bellow
    Game Art Tips from Game Artist & Designer Lucy Jamie
    5 Awesome Game Development Tips from Dan Wakefield

    I really hope some of these are useful!
     

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