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    Hello everyone, can you recommend me any tutorials or articles that can help me figure out where to start developing games? I would like to learn everything, and in general find out how much you can earn on this.


    I advise you to study the article on indie game development, here https://kevurugames.com/blog/indie-game-development-the-all-you-need-guide-to-revenues-most-profitable-genres-monetization-bonus-top-10-best-indie-games-2020/ . There you can find out all the information that interests you, and you can find out about income, the most profitable genres of games, and a bunch of different information on this topic. I think that it can be useful for you if you have no experience in development at all.


    Nice topic


    That’s a great idea! I’m sure you can do it. Nowadays, the gaming industry is pretty popular, so you definitely won’t be left without a job. If you want to make your game more attractive, you can add something like skins in cs go so there would be websites like https://dmarket.com/trade-csgo-skins but about your game.


    It’s hard to tell right away, you need to study the issue in more detail

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