What does it take to make a great video game? This is a question that has been racking developers minds for years. At first, anything could be made into a video game, and as long as it was fun, people played it. But now? It’s not so simple. Games are much more complex, they need to be something special to truly catch the players eyes, as well as the eyes of reviewers and critics. The struggle is real, and it’s because of that that conferences hold special panels to try and make good games great. One of these conferences is GameOn III.
Happening September 16th-17th at “LITEXPO” in Lithuania, this conference will bring experienced voices within the gaming community to help out those who are struggling with the deep questions of video game development. Some of these experienced voices include Tomek Gop, who worked on two of The Witcher games. Then there’s Wojciech Pazdur, who will bring his narrative skills to the table to help other developers. They’re even bringing in Ilari Kuittinen, who’s the CEO of Housemarque, and helped make some famous indie games like Resogun, Super Stardust HD, and more.
But as we know, making a video game is only the first step, and GameOn III will make that clear by also holding panels and sessions about how to market your indie game. For if you can’t put yourself into a position to succeed once the game is done, then what are you doing making a game? Learn the tips and tricks from experts in their field, including those who have spent their gaming career marketing games, and then learn what you need to in order to grow the viewership on your title.
Each panel and discussion is meant to help better the indie game development community. So if you’re able to go to GameOn III, don’t miss your chance.