Definition Edit

A videogame developer is

the "artist" of the industry, producing new games with the latest technological tools developed either in-house, licensed from middleware companies, or in the case of consoles, provided by hardware manufacturers.[1]

Overview Edit

Some developers also specialize in certain types of games, such as computer role-playing games or first-person shooters. Some focus on porting games from one system to another. Some focus on translating games from one language to another. An unusual few do other kinds of software development work in addition to games.

References Edit

  1. Digital Broadband Content: The Online Computer and Video Game Industry, at 19.

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