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Best Stock Market Investing Simulation Games

"Opportunities don't happen. You create them." -Chris Grosser BEST STOCK MARKET INVESTING SIMULATION GAMES It’s a fact that throughout our lives, we’ll discuss either with our family, our partners or at least our friends about what would we do...

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Best Narrative Video Games

“There are no rules of architecture for a castle in the clouds” - Gilbert Keith Chesterton BEST NARRATIVE VIDEO GAMES There has been a long and an arduous debate about are video games truly an art form and if so, what are the parameters which...

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Games That Simulate Retail Environment

“It’s all about making your customers buy your games and be happy that they are happy of the deal.” GAMES THAT SIMULATE RETAIL ENVIRONMENT Running a retail business is not as simple as it looks. It’s not only about distributing goods to your...

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Oprah Winfrey and Time Management

Time management is energy management. OPRAH WINFREY AND TIME MANAGEMENT Indie game developers would benefit greatly from studying leaders outside of the video game industry to learn what makes the most successful people in other industries so...

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5 Stock Market Investing Games

“Before you will try your hand at the real stock market, make sure to test yourself on the risk-free grounds” BEST STOCK MARKET INVESTING GAMES Investing in the stock market can be a risky endeavour and may cost you a lot of money, especially...

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Startup Games

“Crowdfunding allows us to break the cycle of safe releases and listen to the voice of the customers.” STARTUP INDIE GAME STUDIOS - A FIELD FOR INNOVATION Humans are born inventors. We have it in our blood. We always had. The sheer joy of the...

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Agile Time Estimation For Game Devs

Where there is no counsel, the people fall; but in the multitude of counselors, there is safety. AGILE TIME ESTIMATION FOR GAME DEVELOPERS T. Jay Taylor once said: “When you are designing your plan, think not in terms of what you need to do,...

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