This captivating documentary follows several independent game designers as they painstakingly develop their games and hope for breakthrough success. It also explores the quirky sensibility these personalities bring to their art form.
Just got finished watching this on Netflix instant play, really awesome documentary. So stoked they put it on there, I’ve been trying to watch this for awhile now. It left me incredibly inspired afterward. If you’re into video games, especially the art, definitely give this a go if you find yourself with some spare time.
It’s on Netflix instand play now? You all should go watch it if you like video games; it’s a very well-done documentary on how a game is conceptualized, and developed. Don’t worry, it doesn’t go into boring/possibly-confusing technical stuff really.
Just finished watching Indie Game: The Movie and it did not disappoint. I particularly liked the segments with Team Meat. It was definitely very well done as I anticipated and is good insight into the development of indie games. It doesn’t delve into technical stuff though, so don’t let that scare you away.
So yeah, I highly recommend this documentary (:
So this lovely film, Indie Game: The Movie came out today. I am currently downloading my copy of it. I’ve been anticipating it for a year or so and I’m really excited to finally see it (: It follows some indie game developers through the process of making their games, and if the trailers and the Sundance award is any indication, it’s very well done. I feel like I should play a little of Braid and Super Meat Boy first before I watch it though, especially since they have been chilling on my Steam for quite some time now. I’ll probably watch it tomorrow and post my thoughts about it then…