Originally Posted by OlafSch
There is only one problem that it is not easy to develop a game with one person. That was possible to some degree in the 8bit time where graphics was less important than gameplay or ideas but even that changed later. Normally you need at least one programmer, one graphician and one music/sound specialist. Then your calculation no longer works.
Some games are more forgiving than others regarding graphics.
Many coders could probably draw SOTB or Lotus (in game graphics, not static screens). Lionheart forget it since it is clearly way above but many games are not that demanding.
Audio is a tougher beast though, especially these unintuitive unfriendly frackers.