Once we have a solid understanding of the game idea with concept drawings, we dive deep into research.
Are there other games out there with a similar idea? It is our job to determine if the idea already exists and to let our clients know.
We work with our clients to refine their ideas to better differentiate it from others.
Design Game Assets
We first start by creating wireframes. These wireframes are visual guides that outline layouts and different screens.
Once approved, we add placeholder images to provide context. These images will later be replaced with final artwork, but this will give the developers and stakeholders a better idea of what’s to come.
Developers will use wireframes to prototype functionality. During this process, our designers will flesh out the final artwork.
Once all of our teams are confident that the build is stable, we deem it our release candidate.
A release candidate is the final stable version of the game which is a stopping point for new feature development.
Enabling the right support channel for your game is so important. We can help you build a support team and automated methods to capture details about what your users were doing when they experienced a problem.