Not all ideas produce great games

It’s sad to say, but not every idea you start to develop will turn into a great game.

It’s important to recognise when what seemed like a good idea turns out to be rubbish, either over complicated, too difficult to produce or just not fun.

Look for ways to change what you are developing to remove the pain, but be ready to put the idea out of it’s misery if it’s not coming together, and move on to something else.

There are lots of good ideas, but not enough time to develop them all. Don’t flog a dead horse, but move on to the next thoroughbred when it feels like it’s time.

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