Besides actually FINISHING your game, I think this is one of the most daunting things to face for ANY developer of any genre. The thought of having to search around and contact anyone and everyone who might be able to sell your game for you, is overwhelming. Thankfully, some of us have already done a lot of legwork in that area, and have established communities of players eager to demo your game. I am only going to list a few here (Amanda takes care of all this stuff, so my personal experience is very limited). I'm hoping other established commercial devs will give more options. No matter where you attempt to release your game, it MUST be complete and THOROUGHLY tested. Your Own Website You definitely need to consider this, especially if you plan on releasing multiple games. Your ultimate goal should be to build your OWN fan base, who will buy future games directly from you, and reduce your reliance on everybody else. Have somewhere for players to come to get help with your game, chat with each other about how awesome your game is (because it will be, right?), report issues they're having, and get all the gossip on your NEXT game. There are a lot of free web hosting options that you can start off with, but eventually you'll need to spend a bit of money and make it look professional (ie get your own domain). RPG Maker Web will soon be selling commercial games. I don't have details of requirements or submission guidelines. Hopefully Touchfuzzy or someone else in the know will fill us in on all the details when the time comes. Amaranth Games You can find a game submission form at the bottom of the page on Amaranth Games - fill that in and we'll take a look at your game. Requirements: No nudity, no swearing, no excessive violence, no ripped resources. Aldorlea Games Check "Contact" button on Aldorlea Games Requirements: family friendly, with exceptions that will be judged individually Steam Submit your game to Steam Greenlight (a fee applies) Or contact Degica (email@example.com) to have them publish for you Big Fish Games Yes, they do sell RM games, and they have a very loyal following. Getting your game on BFG is probably harder, and more work, than getting it on the smaller "RPG Portals" (like Amaranth Games and Aldorlea), but it's definitely worth your while. Look for the Submit Game link at the bottom of the page on Big Fish Games BFG has their own QA department, and they will play your game through and report any bugs back to you, before they'll accept your game for release. Do not rely on them for all your testing though - your game should be as close to squeaky-clean as possible before you send it to them. BFG has a more casual audience than you'll find on the dedicated RPG sites. Tutorials, mouse control, quest logs, are all things that will help you get your game accepted by them, and loved by their players. As a bonus, if English is not your native language and your game is developed in something else, BFG releases games in 10 different languages, so you may not need to localize to English in order to get your game out there.