April Week 2 Development Update

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April Week 2 Development Update

Post by Isaac » Sun Apr 14, 2019 6:52 pm

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The Reef team have had a fantastic development week which has largely been focused on marketing and promoting the business together with a very successful drive on game dev recruitment. Everyone is buzzing in what has been a record-breaking time for us.

To start things off we have yet another great article written by our COO Radd Seiger. The article published is on the importance of online gaming platforms taking care to ensure that they take sensible measures to not host offensive or extremist games. Check it out here . Radd is now also engaged in Parliament helping to frame policy on the issue. More news to follow in the coming weeks.

We are also pleased to announce for the benefit of our devs that we have prepared ‘Reef’s Top 10 Tips to Successfully Project Manage Your Game to Market’. We hope it will help you all! Check it out here: https://www.thereef.io/docs/pmguide.pdf

Moving on to game developers, three new game reviews are available highlighting the great work being done by our latest devs; Terrodrome by Huracan Studios, Racers by Bad Hair and Etasia by Syntism. Head over to the forums to check them out: viewforum.php?f=39&sid=2ec94bfbe2c5ca1e016c75626a04fb83.

As well as the reviews for the previous devs we signed, we are thrilled to say that we have also signed four new games this week; Blazing Steel by Solo Byte Games, Road To Rage by TMD Studios, Apostate by Orfist Technologies and Soul Chase by Harambert Games.

Since last week, we have more than doubled our twitter following comprising mainly of game developers who we are looking to reach out to and join our platform. We have also seen a further influx of users on to our discord server which you can join here: https://discordapp.com/channels/4333430 ... 5744852993


To finish the week off, Matt, Isaac and George headed over to Belgium to meet with our lead content creator Lieven Geryl who is doing a terrific job for us. Lieven is taking a well earned rest for the next two weeks but can still be reached via discord and he will be happy to help with whatever is needed or put you in touch with the right member of the team.

Following this dev update we have decided to switch to bi-weekly updates. We will see you all on the 28th for all the latest news on what we have been up to.



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