Indie Game free newsletter - volunteer marketing

Discussion in 'Indie Business' started by IndieTacle, Nov 9, 2017.

  1. IndieTacle

    IndieTacle New Member

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    Hi there indie comrades !

    Recently we had a pitch talk with some local indie devs here and we tought of a way to make communication move forward with a free newsletter about indie games to interested gamers.

    We are going to launch the website and start adding our actual community + gathering new passionate players around the globe.

    We are volunteer and we love the creativity and passion of independent game developers because we are also indie game developers ourselves who have experienced first-hand the challenges of developing games, and getting those games into the hands of as many gamers as possible

    Every 2 week a selection of indie games are sent to our gamers newsletter, each of them are sent by the game dev itself to us and we test and approve it. After that we will send the presentation of the game too our community

    We try to promote new Kickstarter projects, Demos, Prototypes, Small games, Big games and especially FUN GAMES. IndieTacle provides a new game discovery service for gamers to discover entertaining original content, tailored to your game preferences, and to find other gems that you didn’t otherwise know you would enjoy.

    We do it for free by love of indie games , there is no fees .

    What are your thoughts on such a system ? Would any of you be interested to participate in such community ?

    You can check our WIP website down here : http://indietacle.com

    Waiting to talk with you friends :)
     
  2. zizulot

    zizulot New Member

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    Yeah, as an up and coming developer I would use your program no doubt. When youre up in no time email me - zizulot2017@gmail.com or Twitter @zizulot
     

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