Get your game in the FUZE SHOWCASE GALLERY!
I would like to submit my game The growing pains of Señorita Space Worm to the Showcase Gallery! Thanks!
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Here is my game I would like to submit for the Showcase Gallery
The Showcase Gallery is such an awesome idea! However, I think it would be nice with some clarity into how the process for this works.
Does the Fuze team decide wether a submitted game ends up in the gallery? If so, what are the criteria?
What is the expected waiting time from the moment a game is submitted until it appears in the gallery?
Will you update it at a regular interval or does it happen whenever something is ready to be added?
Did Smack Man made it to the showcase review process? I just added "Showcase Submission" to the description. Z8463MNDN8
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Is Dashing Guard ever going to get in the Showcase Gallery?
I would like to submit my game Paneful Memories to the Showcase Gallery! Thanks!
Download ID :
Worth a go, i also would like to submit my game [SPACE SHIFTER] to the Showcase Gallery.
Download ID : UEA33MND5U
I would like to submit my game MUTATIO to the Showcase Gallery. Thanks!
Download ID: 4EC73MND5C
Hi everyone. Just wanted to apologise for the delay here - I can see theres some tension building haha! I also appreciate that we should perhaps shed some more light on the process. I hope I can answer this to some satisfaction.
1. Does the Fuze Team decide if a game passes submission?
Yes - it's a joint decision. Criteria simply are whether the game is "complete" - it has a load screen if necessary, a title, some sort of gameplay, and an ending condition. Everything else is kind of up for grabs! If it's got bugs and errors appearing this will be an issue and we will do our best to work with the author to figure it out. In the case that a game idea isn't quite developed enough, I'm very happy to discuss ideas with the author.
Goes without saying but a submission will be rejected if it contains any material referenced in the original post. Other than that, no restrictions on theme/content exist. We don't want to limit people's creativity.
In any case that we think a program is almost there but just needs a few tweaks, we will discuss ideas with the author and offer help where needed.
There will likely be no cases where a showcase game is submitted and rejected without reason given and a chance for discussion, but we of course retain the right to do this if we deem it appropriate. For example, if a game was submitted to the gallery which deliberately went out of its way to break the guidelines on suitable material, this will likely be totally ignored as a submission since it has been made abundantly clear. Again, I'm happy to advise on material before submission if an author wants to bounce ideas around before investing their time.
2. What is the expected waiting time from the moment a game is submitted until it appears in the gallery?/Will you update it at a regular interval or does it happen whenever something is ready to be added?
Of course depending on the submission, it may take different amounts of time to get a game to the point of being in the gallery. Even when a game is all ready to go, we may want to wait until the next Gallery Update to add it.
As of right now, we do not have a strict structure set in place for when we will update the Gallery. We are learning as we do this. It of course depends on the flow of games - I imagine there will be bridges that can only be crossed when we come to them.
The Showcase Gallery will of course be updated when the Patch 3.0.0 hits. However, this doesn't mean we can't add a game before that. In the future we will try to make updates to the gallery a regularly spaced thing, to keep a stream of fresh content coming. Like I said, this is also contingent on the flow of games.
In short, the answer to these 2 questions is "I'm not exactly sure yet!", but please be patient.
@ratrat44 Your game will absolutely be going in upon the patch release Showcase Update.
I would like to submit my game "Wires" for the Showcase Gallery. Thanks!