Nintendo platforms are more accessible to indie developers than ever, says the company’s business development manager.
Speaking to Joystiq, Dan Adelman admitted Nintendo had a reputation for being difficult to approach in the past, but it was now putting in more effort to make the firm easier for indies to approach.
One way the it is trying to attract developers to release games on its hardware is through the Web Framework, a HTML5 development platform devs can use to code for Wii U.
Nintendo has also removed the necessity to become an authorised developer on its platforms, and wants titles from all kinds of game creators.
"Historically, Nintendo has seemed kind of hard to approach, kind of like there's a closed system where if a developer already knows somebody at Nintendo or has some kind of 'in,' they're in, but otherwise there's no way to interface with the company," said Adelman.
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