What's your approach to development?
We've been embracing remote development long before the pandemic, which allows our team to quickly scale dynamically based on need. With contributors throughout the world connected through proven communication methods both live and asynchronous, we focus on the work we love instead of complaining about time zones.
Will you release a beta or demo?
We're big believers in extensive prototyping and play-testing, and believe strong feedback and constant iteration are a necessity to achieve great results. We hope to offer exclusive opportunities to try Always in Mind in the near future. Sign up if you'd like to be the first to know how you can try the game before the general public.
How can I contribute to the cause?
What are your biggest inspirations?
We draw inspiration from all forms of media as well as our real life experiences. Check out our blog for deep dives into some of our favorite games as well as thoughts on development, worthwhile assets, and the creators and philosophies that have inspired us the most.
What does the word "indie" mean to you?
We hope our collaborative approach, creative integrity, and shameless transparency help re-define that term for today's development landscape. We are self-starters who strive to serve the project as opposed to our egos. Our success is a win for all the devs out there who share the same hardships, challenges, and realities.
It starts with a "hello." Use this site to contact us. We're always looking for new collaborations. If our projects and approach seem to vibe with your sensibilities, we'd love to see your work, hear your story, and find a way to work together.
How do you plan to grow your studio?
With contributors plugging in and out of the project to exclusively tackle the work they do best, our active team member count changes organically. Active or not, members retain access to the team discord, meaning we're a big happy family that just keeps getting bigger. But not one that will ever out-grow its belief that happy and healthy people treated with respect make the best games.