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    It’s not too late to do the October Challenge!

    Posted by (twitter: @StaticVoidGames)
    October 26th, 2012 1:27 pm

    Did you want to participate in Ludum Dare’s October Challenge, but couldn’t find the time or couldn’t figure out a good way to handle payments with your current development approach? Or maybe you’ve never written a “real” game before and thought it was more than you could handle? It’s not too late!

    As some of you might be sick of hearing about by now, I’m developing a website specifically for indie Java (and Processing) developers who want an easy way to showcase their games- and make money! I spent my October updating the site’s look and feel and making things more obvious, so check it out at StaticVoidGames.com.

    Developers can specify an ad code for their games, and they get 100% of any revenue they generate. Getting an ad code is as easy as signing up for a google adsense account!
    So if you still want to try out the October Challenge, maybe think about using Static Void Games! You could upload some old games, or spend this weekend doing your own mini-challenge.

    Think about what you could do by October 31st with a theme of Halloween!

    2 Responses to “It’s not too late to do the October Challenge!”

    1. Madball says:

      In fact I’m going to start making a game now. But no, I won’t be able to finish it in October. Next October maybe?

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