March 11, 2024

Getting Investors For Game Development With Chris Skaggs

Episode: 169

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Hey, Crowdfunding Nerds! Ready for a deep dive into the gaming world? In episode 169, I, your host Andrew, along with Sean, chat with the brilliant Chris Skaggs from Soma Games. Ever wondered how to keep a game development team motivated or what it takes to pivot from contractors to full-time employees? Chris spills the beans on these topics and more, including the wild ride of securing investors and the shift from console to mobile gaming that revolutionized the industry.

Chris doesn’t hold back on the challenges and triumphs of running a game studio, the financial jigsaw of project-based income, and his vision for creating content that keeps the cash flowing. Plus, get the scoop on Soma Games’ exciting projects like “Legends of Redwall” and “Wisdom of the Rain.” Don’t miss this chance to level up your knowledge—join us for episode 169 of Crowdfunding Nerds, where we turn the page on interactive fiction and explore the future of gaming!
 
Check out Soma Games at www.somagames.com and their latest projects at www.legendsofredwall.com and www.wisdomoftherain.com.
 
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