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Inside Steamworks – Steam Ratings

Inside Steamworks – Steam Ratings is the third part of a series of BRINDIE guides to help indiedevs setup and optimise their Steam store presence Are you planning to self publish your indiegame on Steam? Inside Steamworks is a collection of detailed BRINDIE guides where we analyse each section and tab in your Steamworks account. …

Inside Steamworks – Steam Description

Inside Steamworks – Steam Description is the second part of a series of BRINDIE guides to help indiedevs setup and optimise their Steam store presence As we mentioned before, the Steam store page editor is quite complex. This is why we run Inside Steamworks, a collection of detailed BRINDIE guides where we analyse each section …

Inside Steamworks – Steam Basic Info

Inside Steamworks – Steam Basic Info is the first of a series of BRINDIE guides to help indiedevs setup and optimise their Steam store presence The first thing you do once you have been granted developer access to Steamworks is to build your Steam Store Page. As we mentioned before, the store page editor is …

Steam Store Page editor – a comprehensive summary

Steamworks – Edit Store Page is a rich storefront editor with a lot of options to publish your game. Here is a quick glance at the 7 tabs available to setup your Steam Store Page When you start building your Steam store front, the first thing you do is to access your store page editor …

Steam Store Page Quick Guide

A comprehensive cheat sheet for the mandatory items you need to prepare for your Steam Store Page To start publishing your game on Steam, you need to register as a developer and pay the Steam Direct app deposit fee of $100. Once done, you are able to upload your build and prepare your Steam Store …

Steam watch – 2018

Publishing a game on Steam means getting access to million of potential fans. But how do you make all these people interested in your game more than in any other of the 20,000 games already available on Steam? The biggest issue now is visibility.