Based on our record, itch.io seems to be a lot more popular than Abandonia. While we know about 2359 links to itch.io, we've tracked only 1 mention of Abandonia. We are tracking product recommendations and mentions on Reddit, HackerNews and some other platforms. They can help you identify which product is more popular and what people think of it.
I finished Examtaker aaaand... I can't download the artbook from itch.io , I dunno why, maybe it's because my pc just randomly put it in .zip category but it just fails to download, someone can help me please ? - Source: Reddit / about 3 hours ago
Link to our itch.io page: https://bubblygames.itch.io/. - Source: Reddit / about 3 hours ago
New AdvX jam game up on itch.io. If you like point and click adventures, this one is for you. Made in 2 weeks for the 2021 AdvX Jam. - Source: Reddit / about 5 hours ago
Heartbeast is your friend at this stage, they have a ton of tutorials for GMS. The official tutorials are also nice and there's free resources. Don't buy paid resources! Check https://opengameart.org https://itch.io or https://kenney.nl for graphics, music and sound effects/foley. Look at CC-0 and creative Commons/public domain stuff at this point or make it yourself. - Source: Reddit / about 18 hours ago
To be honest everything in my game is made by myself. Including the music, sound, graphics and coding. If you want to find sprites for your game, you might want to check out itch.io, I've heard that people upload their work there for a small price (or even for free). Otherwise if you want to create your own art it's all about practice. There are some rules to follow if you want nice art and I'll upload pixel art... - Source: Reddit / 1 day ago
A underappreciated commodity that people seem to overlook is the importance of archiving game materials and communities. For example, capturing the surrounding news/media coverage of a game release, or the general community of a game, is also very important. There are three websites that help immensely with this, abandonia.com, archive.org and archivesort.org. - Source: Reddit / 8 months ago
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