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What Languages to Localize Your Console Game Into

What Languages to Localize Your Console Game Into

So, you're developing a console game - awesome! Before you get too deep into development, you should consider which languages you want to localize into. The availability of consoles isn’t equal worldwide, so you’ll need to take th...

What Languages to Localize Your PC Game Into

What Languages to Localize Your PC Game Into

PC games are among the simplest to publish owing to the lack of submissions and certifications needed. However, if you want your game to be available in more than one language, there’s still a lot of work and research to do! We’ve...

What Languages to Localize Your Mobile Game Into

What Languages to Localize Your Mobile Game Into

Mobile devices are the most commonly used gaming platforms in the world, which means making a mobile game is a wonderful way to acquire a bigger audience. However, not everyone speaks or reads the language you are developing for. ...

Game Translation Fails — Common Causes and How to Avoid Them

Game Translation Fails — Common Causes and How to Avoid Them

We have all come across localization fails. While they're usually funny encounters, when they happen to your own indie game, they're not as funny anymore. Translation errors, at best, will provide a quick giggle and temporarily re...

Should You Localize Your Game's Title?

Should You Localize Your Game's Title?

You’re planning on localizing your indie game when it suddenly hits you—should you localize the title of your game? Well, the answer is, it depends! There’s no clear-cut answer. If you look at bigger, well-known IPs, franchise nam...

How To Create A Localization Strategy For A Mobile Game

How To Create A Localization Strategy For A Mobile Game

Did you know that in 2019, the global market for the mobile industry brought in $68.5 billion? And this figure will just keep growing. To put this into perspective, this figure was at $44.8 billion in 2016, with 82% of that coming...

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