Indie Gamer Forums – interesting Thread(s)

I like to point out the following thread in the Indie forums. It’s about the current state of the indie industry:

i also like to take the opportunity to point out, that managing the german “free” unterhaltungs software forum together with some others at, i really love the forums at indiegamer. i often hate the feeling and level of talks we germans have in the usf or other official german game-dev / indie discussion boards.

the level of quality people (quality in mind, kindness and being able to express their thoughts in a usefull manner) in this forum is realy high.

i think i will try to use this game design scrapbook “page” for further posting comments with interestint threads in the indiegamer (or similiar) forums.

Daniel Renkel

Daniel 'sirleto' Renkel is a true indie game developer (at heart ;) and a part time simulation engineer (space- & aircrafts). He's studied computer science at the university of Darmstadt, Germany and has a background of 8 years as game developer (assistant projectmanager, game designer, associate producer and technical artist). He worked on a whole number of PC and console games including the Aquanox series. Visit for more information about this current android mobile phone games.

3 responses to “Indie Gamer Forums – interesting Thread(s)”

  1. Daniel 'sirleto' Renkel
  2. Daniel 'sirleto' Renkel

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  3. Sepitgobseits

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