There's no option for that right now, but we're working on more ways for people to be able to sort the content from the bundle.
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Hey it looks like the links for both games are pointing at the same page (the Steal This Game page). To make sure our script doesn't miss Your Body an Altar, can you edit the link in your post to point to the right page?
Can you respond with the links to those projects? The response has been so massive we're going to have to run a script to grab the links from posts and I want to make sure we don't miss you.
We'll make it clear on the bundle page that external keys won't be included, but removing mention to the Steam keys on your page will make for more consistent messaging. That said it's up to you if you want to edit your page.
I'm going to guess at what Phantom is saying (as I think it's the same update I want, but Phantom correct me if I'm wrong) but I'd love to be able to have a second container under collections that I could expand/collapse. This could look like:
Collection: Ship exterior
Write for Character A
Write for Character B
Visual Asset for Character A
Visual Asset for Character B
Talk to Musician
Send money for invoice
Hopefully that helps convey our (my?) point.
The response so far has been awesome, but we've got to cut submissions off sometime.
I'll do one final export of the submissions at the end of business tomorrow (Thursday 11/7 Pacific Time) so please fill out the form if you're interested!
We're accepting tabletop games in either print-and-play or TTRPG format. So long as you have the rights to distribute the projects, and it doesn't require outside resources (like additional rulesets or proprietary dice) it's fair game.
UPDATE: The Interest Check is now closed! The response has been great (over 100 folks submitted games!) and I'm blown away by the community's enthusiasm. I'll be going through the responses and reaching out to selected developers in the next few days.
Howdy Tabletop devs and fans!
I’m Spencer from itch.io, and I want your help.
I’m working on an upcoming bundle (think something similar to the Halloween Bundle) but exclusively made of tabletop games. Because this is the first time we’re doing something like this, I wanted to come to the community for input.
My goal is to get a survey of who’s interested in taking part in a bundle. If you want to join in, please fill out this Google Form but keep the following in mind:
- Please respond with YOUR PROJECTS only. Don’t sign someone else’s game up that you think would be a good fit.
- Only respond with projects that you have the rights to distribute
- This is for tabletop projects only, this means no video games, soundtracks, or other content. Sorry! (Don’t worry, we’ll have another bundle for you soon)
- There are limited spots available in this bundle, so not everyone who fills out the form will be included.
We’re looking to run the bundle around the end of November, so we’ll leave the form up for around a week and then start contacting interested developers from there.
If there are games from other developers you’d love to see in the bundle feel free to send them a link to this post or link their projects in a response below.
If you have any questions or feedback you can email me directly at Spencer(AT)itch.io or respond directly to this post.
We've gotten a few requests for a feature like this, but I doubt it'll be ready in time for next Friday. That said-- you can manually change what percentage of each sale goes to itch.io from your dashboard and then change it back at the end of the day.
I've included some comics in previous posts like this (including Lady of the Shard (which is amazing)). Unfortunately there are always more projects that I'd like to include in posts like these, but don't have the space/time for. If you have any other comics that you're super into you should post links to them here!
Mmm, that's certainly a possibility. I'll look at some games, and maybe something will come of it. That said, I feel like if I can recommend a demo I could also recommend the full game. Unless the full game isn't out yet (like Stoneshard Prologue this week).
We believe that great games are worth supporting. In handpicking this bundle we wanted to make sure we set a price that was fair both to the developers who have spent months or years developing these projects, and the customers who are interested in supporting them. I believe strongly in all of the games we featured as a part of this promotion, and I think getting them for 75% off is a great deal.
There's a lot in Steam Marines 2, and didn't get to dig into it as much as I would have liked before writing this. There's a good chance it'll be on the list next week. (Also it's very good and everyone who sees this should check it out)