Have you ever considered selling a game or program that you've made with a click product? I've seen quite a few click-made stuff for sale lately (Spooky Pop, Supersheep Dash). Why do you think this is?
I used to think that you shouldn't sell a click product-made product, but now I think it's okay. The quality in Click Games seem to be getting better. I wouldn't sell any of mine right now, (nobody would buy them ), but in the future, I might want to.
What do you guy's think about selling click games?
Fine Garbage since 2003.
-Paying off a massive amount of debt in college loans.
-Working in television.
Well its 100% legal to sell games made in MMF 1.5, u just need the Fueled by Fusion logo in it if u didnt legall buy MMF Pro. So thats one of the main reasions people dont think they cant tell games, they dont think its legal.
Now most of my friends say that my Diamond game was quality enough for selling, but I wasnt ready yet, but I asure that it wont be long at all before I start selling my games!
Anyway, what I think about selling click games is, the click games here at DC, most of them are NOT werthy of being sold, but thats just because people here are to busy compeating againced each other, rather then creating a pro made game! So if people just sat down & made a game without trying to impress the people at DC, & u actually work hard on it, its sure to be werth selling.
If you think your game matches up to other casual games out there (I don't mean stuff like 3D FPS OverMassiveConnectionEatingYouBetterHaveCableOnline Game things), then you could sell it. Just don't expect many positive responses from the TDC users, and putting it on TDC only won't give you many sales
It has to be a good game, then. Also you must decide what you care about the most: Letting as many persons as possible play your games, or making a small amount of money. But it would be nice to get some cash from your games and knowing peapules actually found your game exciting enough that they wanted to buy it.
I think click games could actually sell pretty well. Some friends of mine who've played my games say that I should sell them for money. The problem is, I have no idea of how to sell games over the Internet.
I'd probably make most of my games freeware even if I did know how though.
i remember back in the days when things online were free and when free hosting was good. people sold Amiga games in shops but they were usually really bad, there much better free ones out there. so what did i do? play the better games for free
Submit something to DC that ur selling.
"DONT SELL THIS!! ITS NOT WERTH IT!!"
Submit it to somewhere like downloads.com or winsite.com
No Comments, people just buy it if its good.
Thats the big problem, when you sell games at sites like DC, people comment saying its not werth it, so other people dont even try it, to make sure its werth it & not just some loser saying that it sux. Basicly, the comments of others here, keeps people from buying!
Thats what I mean, people here are so used to poking at free games, but when it comes to games for sell, they are finally understanding what LIFE is like, when u need to actually pay to play a game someone else made!
"Say you're hanging from a huge cliff at the top of mt. everest and a guy comes along and says he'll save you, and proceeds to throw religious pamphlets at you while simultaniously giving a sermon." - Dustin G
Who needs gameplay when you can slap the name of a popular kids show on it? Granted licencing fees would be huge,but all you have to do is put a sprite that looks vaguely like the main character and make him say a catchphrase every two seconds and you will make a fortune!