Hi, there! I’m Zeke Chan, a servant of Jesus Christ, a father, a husband, and a game developer lecturer at the Asia Pacific University.
I started this website as an experiment to demonstrate to my students how to build a sustainable and long term game development business.
So if you’ve ever thought to yourself:
“I have always wanted to make games since I was young.”
“I really want to make a game but have to start from nothing. How do I get started?”
“I’m too dumb to be a programmer but I would really love to make my own games.”
“Making games is so overwhelming and downright scary.”
“I’m easily demotivated when working as an indie.”
Or maybe you’ve taken different tutorials, courses, followed game development blogs and are still struggling to launch your game… this is the place that will help you get started and keep going.
Here’s how this website will help you:
Each day there are literally hundreds of new games being launch. The indie game industry is a very crowded and competitive market so how do you get your games to stand out and earn you a full-time income?
How can you find the time to make games and build a business? Especially if you have a full-time job and raising a family?
You could plow through books, courses, blogs and build hundreds of simple games that hopefully will increase your income… which seems to me like what most people do.
OR… you could subscribe to get specific tips, strategies and blueprints to help you build a business from the ground up.
I’ll be sharing with you what works and how you can start implementing it in your game development business. I like to keep things practical and simple to follow.
About Zeke Chan
I graduated from the Multimedia University in 2002 and have been working as programmer specialising in Flash and Actionscript.
Since I graduated, I have worked in the advertising and e-learning fields building web games, web applications, websites and banners.
I have been teaching game development for the past 4 years at the Asia Pacific University in Malaysia. Some of the topics that I teach include:
- Game design
- Game physics
- Artificial intelligence
I love sharing my knowledge and experience with my students and offer them guidance in their studies and planning for a career in the games industry.
Feel free to get in touch and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. I read every email.