Independent developer organisation Indievision has pulled in top development talent to offer advice and clarity on the games business.
The Ask IV service will be run by Gary Bracey, founder of Digimask, with help from Team 17's Martyn Brown and Mark Morris of Introversion, with the aim of helping developer's queries covering everything from legal and budget, to publisher and tax issues.
"We shall also include guest slots with industry lawyers and accountants who will be able to give useful pointers and tips about diverse issues such as IP Protection and Tax Credits," detailed Richard Hill-Whittall, founder of Indievision.
"Networking is one of the most valuable resources in any industry and via the above people we have access to practically all of the key movers and shakers in the business."
Indievision was set up last month to promote and help independent and small developers.