Indie Dev Podcast

Category: XNA

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On the fifth episode of the Indie Dev Podcast, I interview Charles Cox of 4Gency. Follow along as he illustrates how he made the transition from working for Sierra, helped lead Microsoft’s indie push with XNA, and his tips for becoming an entrepreneur in the software industry.

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On the third episode of the Indie Dev Podcast, I interview Alexander Jordan of Apathy Works. Follow along as he illustrates how he got his start with the first person shooter modding scene in the mid 90s, released his first game Around The World on XBLIG, and followed it up with Cute Things Dying Violently — a premier title in 2011’s Indie Games Summer Rising.

Alex also enlightens us on his experience with writing networking code in Unity, the benefits of prototyping to explore what does / does not work for your games, and  his current Unity project, At the Lytchgate.

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KrisSteele

On the second episode of the Indie Dev Podcast, I interview Kris Steele of Fun Infused Games. Follow along as he illustrates how he got his start with his first game Nasty on XBLIG, and has crafted nearly a dozen titles since 2009.

Kris also enlightens us on his experience with using Xamarin tools for cross-platform C# development, exploring Unity after coming from an XNA background, and the process of porting a number of his titles the Ouya along the way.

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