Jackolantern wrote:Sounds like a very smart plan to me!
a_bertrand wrote:I would agree with Jacko here. I also pick (sadly) only (too) big projects, and they usually don't end up all that well So taking your approach is certainly wiser. Also if you had customers for a previous version, they may actually jump on a newer as well and you may also attract new customers as well which will end up in a bigger market.
Winawer wrote:Small games does not equal lower quality. Many small games have very high quality precisely because they are small and a lot of time (relatively) can be spent on polish, testing etc.
IMO, if your intention is to flood Steam with games of questionable quality, you should feel at least a little bad.
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