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1  Discussions / Jobs and Resumes / Editorial D is looking for casual soccer games on: 2009-12-03 00:19:59
Well folks, after our first month of operation, one thing is clear: our Latin American players can't get enough soccer!  They have made SoccoFobia our #1 game and they want more.  And if they want more, then we need more soccer games!

So, we'd like to extend a special invitation to any and all developers out there with soccer games.  Our soccer-crazy Latin American audience will eat it up!

As always, we offer 50-50 income sharing and free Spanish translation of your game.  Please visit www.editoriald.com and get in touch with us; we would LOVE to host your soccer game.

Thanks everybody!
2  Discussions / General Discussions / Re: Editorial D is looking for web games! on: 2009-11-14 22:28:07
We're very happy to announce the addition of Sudoku Cube to our games lineup!

Keep on submitting your games, folks!  We're more than glad to take a look at any cool broswer games you might want to show us, so please send them on down!
3  Discussions / General Discussions / Re: Editorial D is looking for web games! on: 2009-11-04 19:48:38
That happened to me too. Cool game though. Physics, ai and fast, cool graphics. I love top-down shooters

Wow, I've never heard of that bug!  How very odd!

Just out of curiosity, have you had your Unity plugin for a long time, or did you only just recently download it to play these Unity games?
4  Discussions / General Discussions / Re: Editorial D is looking for web games! on: 2009-11-03 21:59:13
It depends on what you mean by "on their browsers". When you use Java Webstart, the user has to click onto a link to install the game, it is "like" an application outside a browser, it is not like an applet. However, you accept Unity. On my view, it would not be fair to refuse Java Webstart.

Well, I'm willing to give it a shot if you are!  Just shoot us an e-mail to contact@editoriald.com
5  Discussions / General Discussions / Re: Editorial D is looking for web games! on: 2009-11-03 20:26:12
I see a game using Unity on your website. Do you accept games using Java Webstart?

We haven't implemented any Java Webstart games yet, but as long as it's a fun game that users can play on their browsers, I don't see why not.
6  Discussions / General Discussions / Editorial D is looking for web games! on: 2009-11-02 19:48:52
We are preparing our new casual games website for public launch in the next few weeks, and we need games!  Quick little platformers, shoot-em-up adventures, space dogfights, sword and dragon quests, sports games of all kinds, puzzles of all sorts, even card games and chess; if you have a fun and cool browser-based videogame, we're looking for them all.

Please visit our site at http://www.editoriald.com and take a look.

We'll be opening up a whole new audience for your game by serving the Latin American market with our bilingual English/Spanish portal.  Naturally, we will provide a free translation service to localize your games and create versions in Spanish.

Naturally, we offer 50-50 revenue sharing, so whatever we make, you keep half.

Shoot us an e-mail to let us know about your cool game, or simply to send us any questions you might have.

Thank you.
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