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Tiny Galaxy dev leaving the game industry

I’ve decided to officially leave the game dev industry after 3 long years. It was fun, it was stressful, it was hectic and it was a learning experience for sure. I made a few really awesome friends, made even more enemies and met some really weird people too all thanks to game dev… but I think it’s time to move on. So much time, money, blood, sweat, tears, and your souls goes into even the smallest games, with little to no payout or way to support yourself doing it.
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