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Sit back, relax and enjoy ten minutes of unfiltered lessons in Open Door Development seen from the eyes of Zero Point Software.

Posted by ZPSHicks on Sep 20th, 2012

A while back we gave a presentation with the title Lessons Learned in Open Door Development at the European Creative Business Network's 5th media conference.

The feedback after the presentation was great and people were genuinely intrigued by our open and honest talk about our struggles and experiences throughout all these years, so we decided to recreate the presentation in a 10 minute video, and share it for the greater good.

We hope that our ups and downs will inspire other like-minded people out there to never give up on their dreams.

Please enjoy!


Your team at Zero Point Software

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TaylorMoe Sep 21 2012, 2:56am says:

Love the video Kim, stated it over at the video's page on the IM website but I'll say it again here; you and the team are a huge inspiration and I've fallen in love with the philosophy and the idea of the game and how it's being developed ever since I first went Spearhead years ago. Once again, you're a huge inspiration, keep up the good work and best of luck! Can't wait to play First Contact, it will be amazing.

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ShrikeGFX Sep 21 2012, 10:34am says:

Very interesting

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Bon. Sep 21 2012, 11:12am says:

Great video, very well presented.


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CarpeDiem Sep 21 2012, 7:14pm says:

oh my god i was afraid someone had ripped your game off or had copyrighted it or some ideas before you could. whew

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TALON_UK Sep 23 2012, 7:18am says:

Interesting video, and definitely inspiring to hear the story of how you all got to where you are now. I've always been watching this project with great interest. Keep up the cracking work.

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