• Michelle Morgan

Design a Game Project: Publishing Your Game

Updated: Jul 16


You made it to week 8! I bet you are excited to see the final product of your hard work. We are too. Share a photo of your final game, in whatever form you published it, with us on Instagram using the tag #designagameproject. Before you do that though, you need to get this project published.


You could publish by creating a print and play game. That would mean creating a PDF of your game that you can print and send to others to print too. This is a cost effective method and easy to share. We have many print and play games from PNP Arcade and just love them.


Another option is to publish to a table top simulator. If you were going to do this, you likely used component studio to do this. Publishing your game from the app should be fairly easy.


Finally, you could get a print copy from The Game Crafter. There are other print companies you could choose from, this is just the one we like to use. This video will walk you through some of the process of using the game editor.


It can take a few weeks for your game to ship to you. We were very happy with the shipping time, especially since ours was shipped internationally. The quality of the components was very good. The kiddo can't wait to produce more games.


Thanks for going on this journey with me! I had a blast putting this class together for you. I hope you enjoyed the process and learned some things along the way.


Homework

  • Finish the production of your game

  • Have fun playing it

  • Tag a photo of your game on Instagram with #designagameproject


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