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Humble launches Gamepages to give devs a website for their Humble Widgets

Humble launches Gamepages to give devs a website for their Humble Widgets

July 18, 2016 | By Alex Wawro




This week the folks at Humble Bundle are rolling out Gamepages, a new service offered to developers who want to build a website dedicated to selling their game.

This is chiefly notable for developers who want to (or already do) sell their games through the Humble Widget, but don't want to create and pay for a standalone website to host said widget.

According to Humble, devs pay nothing to set up a Gamepage and should expect no added fees beyond the 5 percent cut Humble already takes from sales through its widget.

"We hope that this service will help developers maintain pages for all of their games and lead to more customers buying directly from developers," Humble Bundle's Nate Muller told Gamasutra via email. "We think it's important for game developers to reach customers directly and one of the best ways to do that is with your own website."

Curious devs can find more details on the new Gamepages over on Humble's developer resources hub.



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