Alistair Aitcheson on why you should be always pitching

Advice from Pocket Gamer Connects London 2015

Alistair Aitcheson on why you should be always pitching

At Pocket Gamer Connects London 2015, Pocket Gamer's Harry Slater talked to indie developer Alistair Aitcheson.

Aitcheson won the Very Big Indie Pitch at PG Connects London 2014, with his multiplayer party game Tap Happy Sabotage which supports up to 52 players.

It's a different sort of game, which works on different sized touchscreen devices to get people moving, interacting and cheating with each other and the screen.

Positive feedback

He also spoke about the value of events like the Big Indie Pitch, which enable developers to pitch their games to journalists, getting feedback about what people like, as well as providing a process for developers to consider what are the important features in their games.

You can see all our Pocket Gamer Connects London 2015 footage here.

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