More exciting partnership news this month! Atari has partnered with Game Jolt to bring a hand-picked and dedicated selection of the best emerging indie games to the Atari VCS PC/console hybrid entertainment system this fall.
If unfamiliar with Game Jolt, it is one of the largest social and game distribution platforms globally, Game Jolt boasts over 128 million active users who follow, support, and build communities around the indie games incubating on the platform. With hundreds of thousands of creators from all corners of the world — ranging from young developers in their teens to Triple-A studios — there are over 100,000 playable games currently on Game Jolt! The Atari VCS team will work with Game Jolt to hand-pick the very best titles to bring to the Atari VCS, with the library expanding incrementally.
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Hi all, I signed up for the VCS Dev program last night and was wondering if anyone's heard anything back from them.
外围体育投注Long time supporter of the OUYA console and developed two games for it. I'd love to make something for the VCS. It looks great.
外围体育投注I know the current idea is to produce games that will run on stock Linux, but wouldn't it be great if we had an SDK? How will we handle microtransactions/demo modes with the ability to purchase.
@Atari - can you provide guidance or recommendations on RAM and M2 drive upgrades?
外围体育投注Hope to have that info well before the VCA ships to backers to order in advance those items.
The M2 drive in particular would be best to get earlier for the Sandbox OS usage.