How to Make a Video Game All By Yourself: 10 steps, just you and a computer

· Valadria
8 reviews

About this ebook

Unleash your creativity and bring your game ideas to life with How to Make a Video Game All By Yourself. Written by games industry veteran Matt Hackett, this inspirational and motivational guide takes you through the process of discovering your passion, picking the right game engine, and finding the fun in your unique game.

Filled with advice, personal anecdotes, handmade illustrations, and quotes from renowned game developers, this book is the ultimate resource for creative folks looking to make their own video game. It’s a lean, practical guide that gives you the tough love and encouragement you need to ship your game! Let’s get started.

Ratings and reviews

8 reviews
Antoine G. (Sleeping Panda)
March 20, 2024
If you're a gamedev or even not yet, this is a must read. I wish I read this book years ago when I started gamedev. At least, I did it and it helps. Boost of energies inside and very good tips. Thank you!
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Craig Fisk
November 3, 2022
This book has so much amazing practical advice for aspiring game developers, it's wonderfully illustrated and full of inspiring quotes and advice, would highly recommend for any one looking to get into game development
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Regan Ashworth
November 3, 2022
If you're thinking of making a game then is this is the best place you could possibly start!
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About the author

Matt Hackett is a lifelong player and maker of video games. 50% of A Wizard's Lizard developer Lost Decade Games, you may have heard his voice on the game development podcast Lostcast.

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