With the generous help of reader Ryan Burrell, GameDevLessons (former title) has received a total redesign!
The new “Games” section at this site includes links to finished games made by readers like you. Whether you’ve been a subscriber since the beginning, or whether you’re a first time reader, you’re eligible to share your work with other readers.
It’s ok if the game is small, campy, or a learning project – just as long as it’s of your own creation (or as part of a small team) and it’s finished.
To keep this simple, here’s all that I need:
- A link to download the game or to play it online
- Which operating system it’s for (PC, Mac, Linux, Web/All)
- Description (a sentence is fine; please, no longer than 2 paragraphs)
E-mail the above to email@example.com.
I will get the following from your link or game, though you can provide these if you’d like:
- The title of your game
- Your name, brand name, or preferred internet alias
- A screenshot in jpg, cut to 550×250 dimensions
I’ll try to include as many submissions as I can, although I may not be able to include all games sent in. Experimental, educational, and serious games entries are just as welcome as more conventional game styles. Although teen appropriate content is preferred, all games will be considered.
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