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Wasn't sure where to put, this, so I started this in the lounge.

I'm making an amateur HTML puzzle game.

 

I want to get as many users as I can. Since it is a hobby, I'm not going to invest a lot in marketting.

When doing stuff for android, I got engagment of 10s of thousands of users simply by putting my stuff on the app-store.

 

It was a very rewarding experience. For once, I was receiving input about my stuff from a bunch of users from all over the world. I'm looking for some good platforms to get the same effect for my HTML game. (Besides the obvious: post it on facebook.)

I'm even thinking of building a web-view app for the android store, but I'd rather not.

 

Can you recommend any good platforms?

 

 

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Newgrounds is a great way to get feedback about your HTML5 games without becoming lost of the flood of other places.

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Newgrounds is a great way to get feedback about your HTML5 games without becoming lost of the flood of other places.

 

I thought newsgrounds was only Flash?

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Newgrounds is a great way to get feedback about your HTML5 games without becoming lost of the flood of other places.

 

I thought newsgrounds was only Flash?

 

Read their uploads section ... they accept HTML5 games now-a-days.

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I see that I am required to upload my game files.

I use some PHP, so that will not work well...

I'm looking to link to my server, or run in an iFrame.

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Kongregate

This links you to the page where they discuss API implementation.

Note that I've assumed that by "HTML" you meant "HTML5". 

Apologies if this is not the case.

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