I’ve been exposed to the Internet for more that a decade, and look at me – writing my second post like a grown man. Given the fact that no one gives a fuck (well, that didn’t take long) about what I’m going to say, I feel not like an adult, but like an old moron.
Anyway, here is some crap I intend to talk about:
- the value of ideas and why friends suck
- my hypotheses (and an experiment) about whether one should pay strangers to help him make a game
- authority of team leader and the fail of democracy
- paranoia of creative folk, even if they are not creative at all
- the image of an indie developer
- how big fails encourage and small ones frustrate
It’s going to be mainly my observations of my own mistakes. Hope it’s going to be entertaining – who does not like to see others fail – makes you feel so smart and think you would never do such an idiotic thing. It’s like a joke, some dude gets kicked in the balls – so much sadistic fun, until it happens to you.
So, I guess I’ll eventually write my version of “how to make wrong decisions” or “what dummies do” or “trivial stuff, I should have googled it”. And yeah, most of this stuff can be easily found in the Internet. And I even read most of it. But like I said – kicking in the balls.
But wait, what about me, talking about the game of my dreams?
We’ll get to it.