synthesis said:The per app pricing seems like it could work for everyone...again...so long as it is truly competitively priced.
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Yodapollo said: For those of you who valued having GameSalad manage the publishing process, GameSalad will still offer to publish some titles under a different program.
synthesis said:I read it to mean that you will be able to use GSDirect as originally advertised. They have just decided to restore the self-publishing option along side it. Whether you will be able to do both...that is unclear...but I would assume you will be able to.I also imagine they will publish anything...regardless of quality...since that is a matter of opinion.
Rob2 said:along with everyone else...sure
POLYGAMe said:Yeah, it was the word "some" that got me thinking... like they'd only accept certain apps? I guess we'll all know soon enough.
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chosenonestudios said:Great news! I've already paid for Corona though and I really love it. I'll still be using GS, but Corona really seems the way to go. Especially if you want to get in on the Android Market. GameSalad, its been a good ride, but I'm not sure which direction your heading. I love you, but you scare me. Unless pricing is dirt cheap, I don't think I'll be renewing my subscription. I just thought of a good use for GS DIRECT, use it to publish your garbage / soundboard apps / taptards. Come up with a catchy name, good icon, don't have to deal with tarnishing your reputation. Thank You GameSalad.