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Add game to refinery

A topic by RiderMty created Jul 01, 2016 Views: 598 Replies: 7
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Hi, I would like to know how to add a game to the refinery toolset. Can any admin guide me to any helpful information?

Thanks in advance!

Admin

Hey there, this page should help you through it: https://itch.io/docs/creators/refinery

The tools are open to anyone, there's no special opt-in procedure or anything :)

Is refinery possible directly from the site? Without having to use any command lines or butler?

Admin

I plan on integrating butler with itch.io/app for drag & drop support, all other features of refinery are accessible right from the website.

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Ah, I just realized the link to the Overland page on Refinery's overview goes to a separate website... I assumed it was an itch.io page without checking... my bad I had thought the kind of stuff they showed was possible on itch.io pages.

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I think he's looking for a more in-depth walk through on the tools and where to download them. A kind of "Getting Started with Refinery" page. At least, that is what I was first looking for.

https://github.com/itchio is the place you need to go, RiderMty. There you can download and read the Documentation you need. Github can be a bit intimidating to those not familiar with it, (me included).

https://itch.io/docs/butler/ Is the general overview of the main tools. I've not dived into refinery yet, so sorry if I wasn't much help. :)

Thanks to Amos and Binaryclipse for the answers,

I have read the existent documentation in https://github.com/itchio https://itch.io/docs/creators/refinery; I have already installed Butler and made a preview page of my project, but I still can not find information on how I can put my project in the refinery. I'd really appreciate it if you could point me in the right direction once more, thank you once again for taking your time in helping me out.

Do you still need help with this? According to leafo, all of the refinery features have been integrated into the standard project editor.