Indies, not so humble anymore


#1

Update: This happened a few minutes ago:

humble store region locking confirmed :(

— ★ So who am I again? (@S0phieH) November 12, 2013

Sophie Houlden, Rose and Time’s developer, just shared this just in case you are interested in developing and selling indie games:

Here is what was posted to the very private and exclusive indie-business mailing list (I've anonymised it) http://t.co/tOB9irEoRY

— ★ Souls Taste Funny (@S0phieH) November 9, 2013

Conclusion, I’m sticking with itch.io


#2

I think I need some more context to know what the problems are. The people who run the Humble Bundles are setting up an indie game store or something?


#3

They already have a widget you can use to sell your games through them.

In the end it was a storm in a teapot tho:

I can't make mistakes like I did yesterday, but I couldn't bear to keep quiet on things I care about either. So precision only from here out

— ★ Souls Taste Funny (@S0phieH) November 10, 2013

And then that was followed by this:

It's probably a misunderstanding. Talk to them.

— Markus Persson (@notch) November 10, 2013

This is the most healthy way to look at the issue: http://mikebithell.tumblr.com/post/66607270174/on-cliques


#4

Yup, I knew I was onto something following that trail of tweets:

humble store region locking confirmed :(

— ★ So who am I again? (@S0phieH) November 12, 2013

#5

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