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The final trailer for Necrofusion: The Minos Complex game demo is now online!
This game is a spin off product of the Necrofusion pilot episode.
The pilot episode can be seen here:
The game will be available for FREE in the Necrofusion website:
This project's concept is to create a polished pitch package and sell it for production. We're very passionate about this product and mut a lot of work into it, so we're really hoping we get the chance to sell it and let the masses enjoy what we have to offer.
We designed and animated the project to fit with the same visual style of the episode so that they could all be a part of the same world.
Hope you enjoy!
Amit Tishler and Luke Ellison
Creators of Necrofusion.
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I wish you luck with the project. Looks good and I think you're doing a fine job. Thanks for keep us updated. Looking forward to the progress you're making with it.
Well, the next step after uploading the game build to our site would be to try and pitch it. Any advice you can share regarding this process? (since I've never done it before)
Best advice in my opinion is produce it first then pitch, which you seem to be doing.
Have your team ready (ie agent or attorney if you have one). Thoroughly read through proposals and contacts. Have a clear idea of what you want out of the deal. Be flexible and try to make it happen. If it's not right, if you don't feel good about it, take a step back and reassess the situation. Don't let minor setbacks keep you from moving forward. Keep a positive, productive attitude at all times.
This is generic advice but it's important. Most important is to keep creating. Creative productivity is integral to success.
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