2016 trailers? I made a few

You’ll find my credits figuratively stamped at the end of over twenty one trailers this year. I’m quite proud of that number, 21.

Here’s what that includes:

  1. Starbreak Steam — metroidvania MMO
  2. ecotone Early Access — puzzle platformer
  3. ecotone Launch — puzzle platformer
  4. Sentinels of Eshall dev diary — tactical RPG
  5. Goliath: Summertime Gnarkness — action RPG expansion
  6. PolyBridge Launch — bridge simulator
  7. Archmage Rises Greenlight — procedural mage simulator
  8. 64.0 ‘One-Shot’ — arcade rhythm
  9. Tricky Towers Tournament Update — party puzzler
  10. That Dragon, Cancer, AppStore — poetic adventure
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  11. (NDA) gameplay — bomber sidescroller
  12. (NDA) convention — match-3 puzzler for mobile
  13. (NDA) emergency — match-3 puzzler for mobile
  14. (NDA) AppStore — social strategy for mobile
  15. (NDA) AppStore — digital boardgame
  16. (NDA) AppStore — digital boardgame
  17. (NDA) AppStore — digital boardgame
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  18. (Unannounced) Greenlight — 4x RTS
  19. (Unannounced) AppStore — brainteaser
  20. (Unannounced) ‘One-Shot’ — online ‘tabletop’ RPG
  21. (Unannounced) Greenlight — party co-op

It’s strange; seeing things in categories — realizing how many I just can’t quite share yet — or won’t get to at all. Still, it’s nice to realize that I’m not insane for feeling like I did more than that which can be seen.

MASSIVE THANKS to everybody who’s chosen to work with me. I couldn’t be more proud of our work together. None of this would be possible without amazing devs and their incredible games. Thank you, sincerely.

As for 2017 and the current queue of projects: I’m actually sad that I’m going on Christmas vacation and won’t be jamming hard on projects. I love my job. And I love what we get to create together.

Indie Game Marketing Monday Live Streams

Recently, I partnered with two fellow game marketing pros for a live stream that airs every Monday at 4pm EST on Monastery’s YouTube Channel.

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Game marketing mogul, Justin Carroll joins me with game PR expert Racheal Mack as we put our heads together answering the toughest questions game devs face with marketing their games. It’s been great for all of us: lots of cross-learning and skill-refining that come along. Plus, devs are smart people who ask smart questions, which generally means that we get to dig deep for answers.

We’re only four episodes in, but you can watch our previous episodes on the following topics:

  1. Game Marketing Introduction
  2. Do-It-Yourself Press
  3. Crowdfunding
  4. Elevator pitch

Our best episode so far is our latest, one about elevator pitches. I’d recommend starting there.

If you’ve got any questions about game marketing, want to propose a topic, or ask a question?

Ask away.

We’d love to deep-dive a topic you’ve been thinking about, and make it the focus on one of our next streams. You can reply here in the comments, on one of the YouTube videos, or shoot me an email at mjoshua@mjoshua.com.

And be sure to check the show out when we’re live on Mondays at 4pm EST. We’ll be out December 26 and January 2 because of the holidays, but be sure to check us out on December 19, January 9, and every Monday after that!

Also, you can subscribe to the show and set a notifications to get an alert when we go live on our YouTube Channel.