Dec 3, 2019 – Indie Game Depot announces the launch of its marketplace created for game makers to help them sell their games quickly and boost their revenue without spending a fortune to create and manage their own website or manage sales on multiple channels. Created by an Indie game maker, the marketplace is fast becoming the number one choice for other game makers and indie game players/lovers/fans looking for the best games to buy or make their own games.
Indie game developers are fast becoming the backbone of the gaming industry at large. A lot of Indie developers now create their own unique games with a high level of creativity and originality. The potential is huge for indie game makers, but the market poses a big hurdle for most game makers to effectively navigate and overcome. Most Indie game makers are faced with the challenge of cross-platform management which negatively impacts their time and ultimately their productivity.
“I created Indie Game Depot after experiencing serious difficulties getting my new game into stores for maximum exposure. I finally realized I couldn’t be the only game maker with this same difficulty so I decided to do something about it. Indie Game Depot is a community for game makers who are looking to connect and publish their games,” says Nathan Bair.
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He says further, “The vision is to make Indie Game Depot the top destination for all Indie game developers and fans alike. Indie game developers can build their followership and tap into an ever increasing market without any headaches. We have made it simple, effective, and accessible for everyone to have the best experience while creating and buying games online.”
Indie Game Depot has four game sections, which include board games, card games, dice, and video games. The platform is fast growing and is positioned to become the top gaming destination for game developers who need a one-stop point to sell and market their games.
About Indie Game Maker
In 2017, Nathan successfully launched a Kickstarter for his game, Rabbit Trails. The hopes and dreams of getting his newly printed game into stores quickly faded, as the obstacles continued to mount. Nathan didn’t let that deter him from getting to his goal. He knew he couldn’t be the only game maker encountering this problem, so he decided to fix his problem – and thus Indie Game Depot was born. A place made by a game maker for game makers and players. A community created for indie game fans.