Thanks Emvee-es! Hope you keep watch of our development! ^-^
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Hi there Karen! The game is scanned with both Avast Antivirus and MalwareBytes and both came up clean. As of the time of writing, the game has been downloaded 6k+ times in Mediafire and more in Steam. Some anti-viruses just give a false negative on Ren’py files. If you're still worried, the Steam version has no complaints. It's free so please give it a shot! http://store.steampowered.com/app/421670/CUPID__A_free_to_play_Visual_Novel/
You've got really helpful points, ElTipejoLoco. I dont mind if only existing followers see these, actually. I'm more concerned about the culture of Itch.io. Do people normally expect finished games or do they like/appreciate/tolerate/hate/ignore this sort of in-progress development updates. The current game I'm making has very little art at the moment, so it kinda makes sense that only people who like our stuff might be interested in getting updates. Seeing that you have to make a new project to update your activity seems to be supporting the idea that people are more into games that gamedev updates. But that's just my theory. I realize that by creating a new project, it can be a form of marketing though. So I guess both approaches are valid. That said, is it normal for people in Itch.io to post unfinished projects on their feed?
I'm so happy you played both our games, by the way! Thanks for being with us since the beginning!
This is perfect! How do I access it for a new post? From my Dashboard, or through my Profile? Or just type that url? I am assuming this is a new feature or am I missing the nav? Thank you so much!
Hello! I was just wondering if I was missing something. I wanted to post an update to my followers along the lines of "I have a game coming soon" but I dont want to make a new project yet since there isn't much to see or download. Is there a way to do that? Thanks!