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QA testing and video games – #6 devlog

QA testing and video games – #6 devlog

  One of the most important but also frequently overlooked job (despite being incredibly useful) in the video games industry is the QA tester. To become a QA tester, you need to have solid organizational skills and a problem solving mindset.   What does a QA tester...
API Load Testing with Gatling

API Load Testing with Gatling

  At Million Victories, we have reached a point where we want our game to be put under heavy stress, to test its resistance to a high load of user calls. There are many tools providing such features : we chose Gatling, a popular open source framework for load testing....
Game UI : so much to sort, so little space – #5 devlog

Game UI : so much to sort, so little space – #5 devlog

Here we are, the second devlog about the UI of the game Million Lords! In the last devlog (you can find here), we talked about the combat reports. Now it has been almost 2 months since this devlog and the global UI of the game has considerably changed since. We’ve had...
Project management in video games – Tricky but worth it

Project management in video games – Tricky but worth it

Today I am going to talk to you about project management in video games. For some people, project management for an indie game team might sound a bit superficial. If you’re one of them, you might be wondering: “Why would we even need a plan to make a game?”. Well, if...