Tim W

Tim W

Creating Indie Game-related Content and Coverage



About Tim W

[Warp Door | on Twitter | on YouTube]

Hi everyone! I'm Tim.

I co-founded Warp Door back in 2014 with Chris Priestman as a platform to highlight niche indie games which were overlooked or not getting enough attention. We're still going strong as ever after six years, owing much thanks to the community and all of our supporters.

With your help, we plan to increase the frequency of our content, and moving forward we would like to produce more videos for our recently-launched channel on YouTube as well.

We've already witnessed the incredible success that indie game developers have achieved in just the past few years. I believe that it will only keep getting better from here onwards, and I'm happy to be part of the wonderful community who are building an even brighter future for indie game developers everywhere.

Thank you for your support!
- Tim W.

"I think Tim W.'s contribution to indie games has been incredibly important, and I think his absence since the end of 2011 has left a gap. I started Free Indie Games largely to try and fill that gap." - Terry Cavanagh (VVVVVV, Super Hexagon) at GDC 2013 (YouTube link)

"He’s given more developers press than anyone else I can think of." - Rob Fearon, Retro Remakes

"When he started indygamer.blogspot.co.uk, there was barely anyone covering independent games. If you want to try and trace this current indie boom back to its Day 0, you might want to start around there." - Mike Rose, Independently Speaking

"Tim W. is really showing how much indie content is out there (a LOT!)" - Simon Carless, GameSetWatch

My older stuff:
quotes about indygamer.blogspot.com (pre-IndieGames.com)
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