Looking to get your game noticed?

Discussion in 'Other Services' started by ChrisN, May 9, 2015.

  1. ChrisN

    ChrisN New Member

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    I write material for Itcher magazine including a brand new series called 'Games like...'

    http://itcher.com/mag/games-like-destiny/

    In my upcoming posts I am looking to include your game in my article. Itches magazine has tens of thousands of impressions every day with a growing audience interested in reading about games they may not have heard of but that are similar to titles they already love.

    If you'd like me to include your game then please get in touch and I will discuss with you further.

    Thanks
    Chris
     
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    Hey Chris,

    I'm currently working on a video game project in Unity 3d and am looking to start promoting it. The website really needs some work, but you can get a feel for the game at www.aura3d.com. I've recently redesigned the scenery and gameboard and the video is much lower quality than the actual game, so please bear with me. The game is essentially a 3d fantasy trading card game and I think it's a really unique addition to the trading card genre since your cards actually come to life on a 3d battlefield.

    If this is something you'd be interested in writing on please hit me up at russ@aura3d.com.

    Thanks,

    Russ
     
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