All big things start with a great idea. We always try to develop outstanding and unique projects. The game concept gives us an understanding of what the game will be like. It includes coming up with the main story, plot, and the atmosphere of gameplay.
At this stage, we are looking for the best solution to implement the concept of the game. This can be the search for the most successful level design, the design of the environment, and the appearance of the characters.
At this stage, the game is created. The team creates the necessary art, animates, adjusts the game balance, programs, and tests a lot. This is the most resource-intensive stage of creating any game. The task is to release a full-fledged version of the game. As a result, we got the first version of our project.
Closed beta testing
At the CBT stage, the finished game is shown to a new audience limited by the number of players. It helps us find game design bugs, spot problems, and see the big picture of how players interact with the final product, as well as reveals any weaknesses in the gameplay. In this way, we are able to learn how to improve our project.
At this stage, the real life of the game begins. We consider loading speed, weight, optimization, and game quality. Statistics are collected and gaming feedback is processed. In this way, we find out the players' ratings and the results of our efforts.
This stage includes all further advancement of the game. These are marketing strategies, updates, fixing bugs, and releasing new content. All further production comes down to improving the product, regular updates, and filling the game with new features that will encourage gamers to play more often and longer.