Yeah, I have NO IDEA where to publish this thread, so I'll stick it here.
Anyways, I made some icons with pixel art (specifically, 100). I want to publish them to be available as DLC for RPG Maker. I want the DLC to cost money.
However, I don't have any idea how to publish my work either as...
This is non-maker specific. Meaning, it can go for any game made with any rpg maker series engine.
As we near having a playable demo available for one of our projects (Storybook Hero), we have started looking at different ways to market our game. There is the route of self-publishing...
First of all, let me clarify that I'm talking about commercials AND non-commercial games. Let's start with the first aspect of my quest: where do you publish? Steam? Itch.io? I know there are many sites to publish indie games, but I'm curious in your pick. Is it only one place? Or you try to...
I think I want to make a good use of social media. (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and such)
Do you think it's better to create 2 separate accounts?
One for your day to day life, one for publishing your works only.
The reason is, I like to be half-anonymous when showcasing my works.
I don't want...
I've been considering publishing my RPG Maker MV game on my own website? Does anyone have any recommendations or advice on how to upload your own game onto a website? If not, what other alternatives would you suggest? Thank you so much for your help.
So Valve has released Steam Direct, which is going to be a system that will replaced for Steam Greenlight, every game submitted to Steam now will cost 100$ each. In case you miss it, here is the full post form Steam:
What do you think about the Steam Direct system? Leave your thoughts here!
Hey everyone! This is my first post! (yay c:)
So I was wondering, I've made many games using rpg maker vx ace with custom resources however I was wondering if I make a game I really like using the default resources in the game eg Eric can I publish it? I want to use some of the character...
let me introduce you to my worlds source of "wool". A pretty simple-minded, easily scared and mostly blind, double-headed big wooly bird thingy Children may be able to ride on a trained one, but they don't support the weight of adults, so they aren't suitable for transportation. And herders use the shown tool to give them sound commands