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Congrats on the release, how has it gone so far - getting a few players?

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1 hour ago, jbadams said:

Congrats on the release, how has it gone so far - getting a few players?

Thank you!! 15 downloads for now (mostly friends), at least they are leaving good reviews :)

Currently trying to publish the IOS version, I hope to be ready this week. Windows, MAC and Linux version soon.

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Where are you planning to publish the desktop versions? Going for a Steam release, or itch, or just your own site?

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1 minute ago, jbadams said:

Where are you planning to publish the desktop versions? Going for a Steam release, or itch, or just your own site?

Steam I guess, not sure if it has quality enough to sell it as desktop version (board games, you know) but I will try it.

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They may be simple, but well implemented board games can be very popular if you can find the right audience.

Be proud of what you've done, many people never reach the stage of having a published game. :)

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