Erik Meyer is creating webcomics and conducting interviews with indie game developers
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I'm Erik Meyer, a Midwesterner, hence the purple cow image.

I created indiegraze.com as a space for webcomics and interviews with indie video game developers. I'm inspired by the community that surrounds electronic media, and I'm thankful for the support of gaming enthusiasts.

Currently, I publish about four in-depth interviews per month and as many webcomics as I can muster. With your help, I will do more. I love the diversity of indie projects and am amazed by the sheer number of eye-catching, breathtaking experiences being created.

The written interviews I publish convey the mindsets of game studios and the people responsible for innovation, solid writing, and eye candy.

Beyond ongoing site costs, my goal is to expand the function of indiegraze.com as a place where conversations and insights into the dev community can be accessed by curious gamers.

Tiers
Indiegraze Subscriber
$3 or more per month 1 patron
  • Inclusion in a monthly email detailing last month's highlights and a sneak peak at what's to come!
  • Name listed under the patreon supporter section of the website!
  • Occasional Easter eggs!
Goals
$4 of $750 per month
Reaching $750 allows indiegraze.com to become a true part-time job, and I will seek to double the number of interviews I publish, in addition to increased numbers of webcomics.
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I'm Erik Meyer, a Midwesterner, hence the purple cow image.

I created indiegraze.com as a space for webcomics and interviews with indie video game developers. I'm inspired by the community that surrounds electronic media, and I'm thankful for the support of gaming enthusiasts.

Currently, I publish about four in-depth interviews per month and as many webcomics as I can muster. With your help, I will do more. I love the diversity of indie projects and am amazed by the sheer number of eye-catching, breathtaking experiences being created.

The written interviews I publish convey the mindsets of game studios and the people responsible for innovation, solid writing, and eye candy.

Beyond ongoing site costs, my goal is to expand the function of indiegraze.com as a place where conversations and insights into the dev community can be accessed by curious gamers.

Recent posts by Erik Meyer

Tiers
Indiegraze Subscriber
$3 or more per month 1 patron
  • Inclusion in a monthly email detailing last month's highlights and a sneak peak at what's to come!
  • Name listed under the patreon supporter section of the website!
  • Occasional Easter eggs!