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Director : Bill Condon.
Producer : David Hoberman, Todd Lieberman.
Release : March 15, 2017
Country : United States of America.
Production Company : Walt Disney Pictures, Mandeville Films.
Language : English, Italiano.
Runtime : 123 min.
Genre : Fantasy, Romance.

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  1. So, do you see the development on the Gorgon project reaching that self-sufficient state–where you won’t really have to touch it again if you don’t want to

    Anyone thinking that such thing is possible isn’t very familiar with MMOs at all and you don’t need to be a dev to know that.

    The day I stopped being “around” players in Golemizer is the day I decided to let the game die peacefully. Of course I never achieved that threshold that would make the game a “lifestyle business” but even then in these projects the dev(s) is/are really part of the community. Having more players would have only mean it’d have take just a bit longer for the game to die without me around.

    For some player just having the opportunity to chat with me once in a while was enough for them to keep playing even though they still have many things to complain about. I had to create a multitude of alts just to be able to do some admin stuff without being interrupted. But so is the deal with these games.

    In AAA MMOs players stop caring about the game when bugs are not fixed and new content is not added. In smaller projects it happens when players feel they’re not able to chat with the dev anymore (in-game or on the forums).

    Maybe with more players I’d have been able to slow down the pace a bit. That’s the hard thing with “small” MMOs. If it doesn’t pick up you keep working hard for very few people in the hope that more will come so even “small” MMOs are a lot of work.

    A single-player game can still sell a few copies long after the mass of players have left, but that doesn’t happen for MMOs.

    That’s precisely why I stopped working on such projects even though I had a blast doing so. Getting to that point where it becomes “lifestyle business” is hard but based on what I see from those who made it, it seems quite satisfying.

    Best of luck to you. I sincerely hope you make it where I failed.

  2. Zack Johnson says:

    Kingdom of Loathing has been characterized by business dudes we’ve met as a “lifestyle company,” and while that’s often said kind of disparagingly, I guess it… is one? It has been the sole source of income for me and 5-7 other people for more than ten years, and it isn’t driven by user-created content at all.

    Our technical overhead is very low, because there are no graphics and relatively little real-time interaction between players. So basically all we do is make new content and tune and tweak old content. Our work is split probably 70/15/15 creative/administration/technical.

    I think the previous commenter is spot on about community engagement. We would be nowhere without the many hours a week we spend directly communicating with our players.

  3. Small niche lifestyle mmos can be extremely profitable
    Heroes in the sky is the brightest example – very small team and revenue was to 5mil usd per month.

    Good f2p with 1000 concurrent users can earn 100k per month. It could be a good lifestyle business for a team of 5 devs.

  4. Daniel Cook says:

    Great topic! It is certainly possible to have a lifestyle business based off an MMO. Realm of the Mad God was the one I have direct experience operating. A lot of the folks that have doing this for years (Furcadia, Tale in the Desert, Kingdom of Loathing, and even now commercial successes like Puzzle Pirates, Habbo, and Runescape) are heroes of mine. They show it can be done. Hopefully Project: Gorgon will join ’em. :-)

    With the right design, you can also minimize the cost of content updates, but it is never a release and forget project. Events, features, bug fixes, and community support are all ongoing activities that take up a lot of time.

    Having spent the last couple years working on almost entirely online multiplayer games, I returned briefly to making a single player game. Wow…so much easier. Scope is less, technical requirements are less, design challenges are simpler to solve. The biggest realization is that single player games don’t nearly have the same functional requirements. A player buys the game and then even if they play it for only 5 minutes, your job is done. If they don’t buy it, you just make another game and chalk it up to bad luck.

    With MMO’s, if your retention, engagement and monetization aren’t clearly demonstrated with real numbers statistically derived from the actions of real people, the lifestyle business is a bust. So far my batting average is 1+years after launch before the game starts getting any traction. It took that long to backfill little essential features and understand where the community saw the real value in the game. And that builds on years of single player execution and polish. Like an engine, everything needs to work.

    It ends up being a curse and blessing of being able to steer towards success. On one hand you have agency that doesn’t exist so much in the blink-and-you’ll-miss-it single player world. On the other hand, when your immense efforts have zero or negative effect, it is all on you and your choices. :-)

    A profitable route. A satisfying one. But by no means easy. Really it is master-level work in game development.

  5. Jason says:

    Hasn’t exactly reached the lifestyle level you described, but Istaria (originally Horizons) has been around 10 years this December and we’re still chugging along with under 5k subs. Still have to have a regular hand in development, but we do quarterly content releases (if we can). Still get a nice check in the mail, though I could never quit my regular job for just Istaria. The community does require a bit of work and if we’re silent for very long (a couple weeks) the natives start to get restless.

    As with all things there is an ebb and flow of the population but we manage through it and our updates usually bring folks back for a while.