People who feel they’re entitled to own gaming as a whole must stop fighting quite so hard to protect something that was never theirs in the first place.
Meet Danny Day, founder of QCF Design, a studio based in Cape Town that developed and released Desktop Dungeons.
In addition to the technical and creative abilities you need, there is one important skill South Africa’s most successful game developers are looking for.
The creators of Desktop Dungeons, Broforce, and System Crash reveal how much money they’ve made from their games to-date.
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SA’s breakout indie game Desktop Dungeons has launched
SA game designer Danny Day addresses the SA gaming industry and the indie affect
SA game designer Danny Day addresses the issues and pros of the SA gaming industry
We ask QCF the tough questions, like when is Desktop Dungeons going to launch
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