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Submitted by DudeChill 533d ago | article

History of an Indie Studio

Head of Scotland's powerhouse mobile development studio Cobra Mobile, Mark Ettle, speaks out on 100% Indie about how indie devs must roll with the times if they want to stay strong.

"We quickly pivoted and ramped down all J2ME mobile work, moving fully into iOS development... I remember at the time everyone trying to tell us we we’re crazy," says Ettle. (Android, Cobra Mobile, Dev, Industry, iPad, iPhone, Mobile)

100percentindie  +   534d ago
These guys make superb games. Indies are well advised to follow their lead.
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