GAMEDEV01 - A middlling alcholics career in game development

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    Hello - my name is Max Murray, I am one of those independant game developers some of you may of been hearing about. I've been making games for android and pc for a little over a year now with some middling results. It's only now I decided to compartmentalize my thoughts into a Youtube series explaining what I'm doing, what games I have gone and done, how good they are (if that). And if I'm successful - some yuks. Here is the first in the series


    and its follow up here


    So what I am asking you guys is if this series is any good? I have seen alot of youtubers in my time and if theres one thing I don't want to do is emulate the hyperbolic happy tubers who seem like they're on valium and crack.

    I'm hoping if anything to get some sort feedback on my games as well document my own path developing games getting (hopefully) better and better.

    anyways - I hope you do enjoy the video. And if you are interested in anything I say or the look of what I make, please let me know!
     
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    Just adding the latest video I made - I tweaked the formulae to the video and made the video about fastloops in the software I use. Please hand out any criticisms and praises alike!

     

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