:-O It seems fine to me. But maybe moderated posts still show to the user? Not sure what I'd have done that was bad though
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I have yes, here it is: https://www.reddit.com/r/playmygame/comments/9vtpwt/botsumo_a_local_2player_game...
An upvote would be appreciated, if it's not too cheeky to ask :-D
It doesn't look like you can add images or screenshots on that thread though, which is a shame because it's difficult to stand out
Yes very true! How about creating a video about a collection of similar games, and including my own. "Best local multiplayer games of 2018" or something, or is it unethical to include myself into such a list?
I recently got a buzz out of seeing people make youtube videos of themselves playing my game, so started trying to get game vloggers to review, which I managed - once! And it was great. The next step I think is to get my game into the sort of "Best mobile games of 2018 etc" videos, that get loads of views on youtube - BUT - this is really difficult. I was wondering (this is cheeky I know) if it's worth creating a youtube channel where I review similar games for the purpose of making them aware of my own game (not a hard sell, just like "oh btw here's my BotSumo game" etc). Or is this a lot of work and not worth bothering with?
Hi, I'm sort of new to this, and only just found this area of the forum. I've seen some amazing games here in this section, but they don't seem to gather any comments or feedback, so my question really is there any point in posting dev logs here? I'd like to know if anyone's had any success (increased sales/downloads etc) by posting here or is it just an exercise in vanity?
Hi there, my name's David. I'm a web developer, and making games is my hobby. I've got some games on the Google Play store which I created in my spare time. I got lucky with one of them called BotSumo and it's been downloaded over 250,000 times in the last 2 years ( I bet I won't ever be able to repeat that!). I've loved making games since I was a kid, and made loads in Flash back when that was a thing. Now I'm using Unity which has been a steep learning curve but I'm really enjoying the flexibility it provides!
Not sure what else to say about myself really. I'm probably a generalist. A bit good at art, a bit good at code, a bit good at ideas. But probably not excellent at either. Although I think a knowledge of everything really helps.