This name generator will give you 15 random names for game studios, game developers and the like. The names are based on actual game companies, which are developed and made, and have been divided into 4 different types of names. The first 3 names consist of adjective and species, so you get names as 'Wise Owl Games' and 'Angry Ant Entertainments.' The next two terms are a non-animal noun and an adjective. Names like 'Bright Apple Productions' and 'Digital Fortress Game Studios' can be found close to 'Electronic Arts (EA) games'. The following 3 are a mixture of two different terms which can produce nice and weird combinations. You will get names like "Cyberbullet Studios" and "Liquidpixel Interactive," but also odd names such as 'Freedoor sports' as well as 'Halflab Entertainments.' These names are based on companies like "Microsoft" and "Rockstar." The last 2 names are short and "natural," which sounds mostly nice but could also say a little about the company. Names like 'Anomaly Skills' and 'Exile Entertainment' for example. These terms are based on businesses like 'Blizzard' and 'Valve.'
To generate another 15 random names you just have to press the button. With every click 15 new names are generated.
If you're making indie games with the primary purpose of earning enough money, you already have a setup for an indie Game Studio. The literal definition of Indie Studio: A group or individual working on a project to earn money by developing or releasing their own independent game on the Internet. You can find several studios all over the internet, and the number of them will continue to rise as long as there are people who are willing to work for nothing but their creativity. However, it would take a lot of time and effort on your part to start your own indie Game Studio, and it may be harder than you first thought. In order to cut down your expenses, here are some tips that will guide you in finding the ideal Studio to work on.
One of the best ways to start looking for indie Game Studios is to find some good information on the internet about the most common types of indie studios and what they're all about. You'll be surprised to know that most indie games are made by small teams of people who share common interests. Their primary goal is to create a quality game that is both fun and interesting to play. They can't afford to waste a lot of time and money on a project that doesn't meet their standards. Since their main goal is to build an experience, it means that they will cut costs as much as possible in order for their projects to run smoothly and to deliver a quality product. This is why indie Game Studios usually pays a very low budget to its team members. It is their way of saying, "I'm sorry for the poor job you did in the past, and I hope you'll do better next time."
Another important thing to remember is to ask a lot of questions during the initial phase of your project. There's nothing more frustrating than a Studio that has no idea what it's doing. Asking these questions can help you learn the ropes, which means that you'll be able to understand why your previous work didn't work, and you'll be able to avoid making the same mistakes again. This will also allow you to communicate with your Studio Manager better, so that everything will run smoothly once you get started.