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Submitted by DudeChill 505d ago | article

Appathon - Where Ideas Come From

Concrete Software's Keith Pichelman tells 100% Indie about his unique idea-storming process that leads to new games, and new levels of creativity.

"We start the process with a company-wide meeting where everyone tosses out suggestions on anything from game mechanics and themes to new technology uses and monetization strategies," says Pichelman. (Android, Dev, Industry, iPad, iPhone, Jellyflop, Mobile)

100percentindie  +   506d ago
JellyFlop is fantastic! Cool to hear about it came about - I'd love to go on an Appathon :-)

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