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A mini-rant on Twitter

tha_rami
tha_rami
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I went on a bit of a rant on Twitter today and people asked if I could put all of this together for my blog. It all started with an e-mail I received on my Vlambeer-mail in which someone inquired about some tips to start an indie ‘startup’ – from there it quickly turned into the following.

Here are a bunch of tweets in reply to replies I received that I think might be relevant.

Byron Atkinson-Jones asked about our goals / aspirations with Vlambeer:

Sony’s friendly giant Brian Silva jumped in and added:

Anyway, I just noticed that fellow Dutchman Bram Ruiter (who also worked on this super-nice A MAZE ‘What is good gamedesign?‘-video) compiled all of this into a lovely image – but I’ll post this regardless.

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