Indie developers, GOG wants you!
Online DRM-free download shop GOG.com is making an all-new push for independent games to feature on the site. As a part of that push, GOG has launched a new portal sub-site describing exactly what it means to be a part of GOG.
Perspective developers can expect to see a full set of tools on the new site that they can use to speak with GOG representatives or even submit their game for consideration to be added to the store. The download service also says that the new site will give developers an insight into the world of GOG and just what it means the be a GOG partner with an “industry norm-defying advance on royalties, direct feedback on the game from the gamers on staff, and continuous effort to showcase all new releases on the website and throughout its social media platform.”
One thing you’ll also find on the new sub-site? Developer testimonials. Apparently, folks like working with GOG.
If you’re a developer (or just nosey) and you’d like to learn more about releasing games on GOG.com, click here for the full sub-site and more info than you could ever want about the program. And if you’re going to be at GDC Europe anytime between August 19th and 21st, stop by and chat with the GOG-sters at booth #147.