Since its development in the late 80s, gaming has become a worldwide phenomenon. As of 2014, the game industry is valued at $78 billion. Games are few things that not only spread friendship and joy but also bring together millions of people around the world for several hours. It’s no wonder why so many passionate fans want to be part of this wonderful culture!
From the concept stage to completion, professional game developers dedicate years out of their lives to create these very experiences that we all know and love. The amount of time and dedication needed inevitably leads to high expectations from gamers; if you’re gonna put 9 years into making a game (like Nintendo did with The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild ), then it’s better to be worth it.
There are a few individuals that have been able to navigate the harsh industry and create experiences that won’t just meet but exceed expectations. They’re known as game developers, and they’re pretty much the heroes of this story.
Ned Fulmer, Kel Mitchell, and their friend Cooper Thorne are three such examples of individuals taking on the world of game development. In 2012, the three friends left Collegehumor after spending several years with the company. Since then, they’ve been hard at work in order to bring fresh ideas to gaming culture!