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MakeGame: A new harrassment-free place to get feedback on your games
MakeGame: A new harrassment-free place to get feedback on your games
May 6, 2014 | By Mike Rose




Newsbrief: A group of indie developers have launched a new game dev forum, where they hope to encourage fellow creators to get feedback, share their work, and take part in "pageants," all in a harassment-free environment.

MakeGame is open to all developers, and allows you to post a thread that other devs can comment on and like. There's also a big focus on any form of harassment being cut out of the community, and every couple of months, there will be a month-long 'slow-jam' to participate in.

The devs behind the new forums include Proteus developer Ed Key, Train Jam founder Adriel Wallick, and Lucky Frame's Jonathan Brodsky.


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