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Submitted by Keekles 209d ago | news

Why Fuzzy Logic needs $200,000 to make mobile combat racer Titan Run

For some developers, passion outweighs a realistic salary, and so most of the budget from Kickstarter funding goes directly into the game. Fuzzy Logic needs what initially appears to be a lot of money for a mobile-only game, but according to Managing Director Jason Ried, unlike other independent developers, it can’t survive on passion alone. (Casual games, Dev, Fuzzy Logic, Jason Ried, Kickstarter, Mobile, Titan Run)

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Emme  +   209d ago
The art direction doesnt scream "epic", so I need more proof before I back that.
kydrice  +   209d ago
Who cares, Facebook is just going to buy it for 260 billion in a year anyway, why not just go straight to the Zucks for the money.
Are_The_MaDNess  +   209d ago
people really dont get how much money is needed to make a game, even a mobile game.

heck they need like 150k USD to just make one character in a fighting game.
http://kotaku.com/5986592/i...
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