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A blank cell is totally disregarded in the averaging calculations. A cell with a 0 is part of the calculations. This is shown in the following illustration:
If the pitch has gone well, the publisher likes the idea, and they are interested in working with whoever is proposing to do it, then pre-production begins. At this point, the publisher still isn t fully committed to producing and marketing the game. (In fact, a publisher is never entirely committed to publishing a game until it has been built and tested and they ve started the marketing for it, for reasons I ll explain later in this chapter.) For the time being they only want to explore the idea, but they re prepared to spend a little money to do so. There was a time when a publisher said, Yes, go! and a developer dived into coding the game the very next day. That time ended about 1985, when a game still cost between fifty and a hundred thousand dollars to develop. It was never good practice even then, and nowadays, with development costs in the millions of dollars, it would be a disaster. Any large project, whether it s building a skyscraper, filming a movie, or developing a computer game requires pre-production: an exploratory and planning stage. It s absolutely essential for building a game on time and within budget. Once a publisher has decided to go into pre-production, they will assign a producer to it. This person is an employee of the publisher whose job it is to make sure the idea turns into the game the publisher wants. The producer is responsible for making sure it s a fun and, above all, marketable product. I ll discuss his vital role in the development process later, in 5.
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