Monday, May 7, 2012

Down the Foxhole - ActiveDen

Down the Foxhole - ActiveDen

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Why You Don’t Need Project Funding

Posted: 07 May 2012 03:00 AM PDT

This week Kickstarter, a funding site for creative projects, is under scrutiny, following its first publicised scam. The project in the spotlight was a game called Mythic: The story of Gods and Men. Promising graphics close to that of World of Warcraft and Skyrim, fans pledged nearly $5000 towards it. However, shortly after the money was pledged, it was found that the creators had simply copied graphics and screen-shots of that of other websites. The project being found fake.

Now your probably asking why is this relevant to Envato. Well at the moment ActiveDen has a complete Flash section devoted to games. Now although Adobe Flash games may not be able to rival the likes of World of Warcraft, addictive and fun games that you can play whilst something is loading, like a video, are really quite popular. These type of games are selling anywhere from $8 to $15 at the moment on ActiveDen and really don’t require funding.

So for all you game developers out there, heed my words, addictive Flash games are the way forward. There’s no need for funding, no scams and no bad press. So get in there whilst you can and get in on all the goodies. :)

You can read more about the Kickstarter scam here.

Show Your Appreciation: Audiotuts+

Posted: 06 May 2012 09:27 PM PDT

Audiotuts+ is Envato's tutorial site about music and audio. If it's your favorite Envato site, give it a shout out in the comments!

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With 1,668 posts and counting, Audiotuts+ is the perfect place to learn about audio and music production. With tutorials for beginners to advanced users, you're bound to find something right at your level.

Audiotuts+ is a blog for musicians, producers and audio junkies! We feature tutorials on the tools and techniques to record, produce, mix and master tracks. We also feature weekly articles for the music obsessive. Our commissioned tutorials are written by industry experts and professionals, but anyone with an awesome skill to showcase can contribute a post and we'll pay $150 if we publish it. You can learn about the submission process on our Write a Tutorial page.

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