9 Things To Consider When Starting On a New Game

If you commit yourself to a project that has low market potential, you’re setting yourself up for failure, at least in a business sense. If you try to replicate the success of a popular game, chances are you’ll create a soulless clone that nobody, including you, will be excited about. While I’m not going to tell you what game you should make, I will help you consider the factors that will likely influence the outcome of your decision.

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