IGDA Indie SIG mailing list

The IGDA Indie SIG hosts this mailing list as aforum for the discussion of independent game development. The list is open to all individuals who are interested in this topic. This mailing list is meant to provide community, information and resources to help and support independent game developers.

This mailing list is for the discussion of topics directly related to independent game development and for which another, more appropriate forum does not exist. General questions about technology, programming languages, etc. should be addressed in other, more relevant venues.

Obviously technology, design and art are important subjects for independent game developers, but the focus of this list should be about how those (and other) issues are affected by 'being an indie'.

 

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