Indie Game Press Release Distribution Service -

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  1. Robotsaid

    Robotsaid New Member

    Feb 22, 2016
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    I would like to share some details about our on-going project called
    It’s kind a new way of sharing and distributing indie game press releases. We are targeting Indie Game Devs all around the world for helping them out. Also we got features for game journalists like daily-weekly email alerts, rss feeds, social posts, easy copy&paste, convert to pdf or print out, simple rest api…

    As you know, indie games are mostly low budget projects and it’s so hard to decide to spend money for advertisement. As a bunch of indie game developers, we would like to help our community with this tool. It’s going to be free.

    First beta of the is almost finished. Minor security fixes, some UI and other updates are on the way. Please subscribe to our beta mailing list so you can stay in the loop with updates.

    Freedom for Indie Game Devs
    Press relations is part of the Indie Game Developer’s job. We are here to make it easier for you. Indie games are mostly low budget projects and our products mean you don't have to pay for press release distribution anymore.


    Youtubers, Publishers, Game Journalists, Bloggers...
    And no mess either! Email alerts deliver daily reports based on your searches. Once the search is made, you can subscribe to receive daily reports for new press releases. Then you will be notified about new listings related to your customized searches.


    Laziness is the key to success :)
    Print out or get a copy of press release as pdf. Of course pdfs are include links and copy & paste friendly. Also you don’t have to worry about selecting and copying press release. Just hit "Copy&Paste" button. You got it :)


    Help us Spread the Word
    With your support and shares we can grow together.


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