NY Makes Games submission form
We want to highlight and celebrate great work by local game creators, and let the world know that NY Makes Games. We'll spread the good news about your game's public release, award win, crowdfunding campaign, early access launch, press coverage, recruitment drive for playtesters or alpha/beta testers. (If you're hiring or looking for collaborators, that's perfect for our opportunities section. Post here: http://igda.nyc/jobs-and-opportunities )

Our newsletters go out on or close to the 1st of each month, so please let us know at least a week beforehand to make sure your news makes it in.

You don't have to submit your own projects—if you know of any New York-developed game you think should be in the list, please share.

Here's to great games made in New York!

PS: We also encourage developers to consider including a mention in the credits that the game was developed in New York. If you'd be interested in helping to coordinate or participating in a common crediting initiative to raise the profile of our local industry, we'd love to hear your thoughts at nyc@igda.org.

PPS: Let's show the #NYMakesGames tag some love. :)

IGDA NYC – NY Makes Games: http://www.igda.org/blogpost/1019048/248138/Celebrating-NY-Game-Dev-with-NYMakesGames

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Name of the game *
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Name of the studio/developer *
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Name and role of the local contributor(s), if the team is distributed or based outside NY (e.g., sound design by X)
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What is the announcement? *
Link(s) to the official site, store page, campaign page, etc. *
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If announcing an award win, please provide the link to the award page:
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Super-short 1-line description (complete the sentence: "[Game title] is a ____.") *
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Any additional comments or info you would like to share?
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