Indie game and ecology

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Dominique Da Costa

Jun 2, 2021, 12:14:07 PMJun 2

I try to design games with pedegocial messages regarding ecology. Do you have any advices on how to communicate for this kind of games to find an audience ? 

Do you know dedicated websites or streamers interested by the ecology and indie games ?

Regards !

For thoose interested by a game inspired by Pac Man but with the goal to save species:
I can offer Steam keys if you want to share on it ;-)
This game includes pedagocial species descriptions and eco gesture advices ;-).

Jonathon Rios

Jun 3, 2021, 6:29:23 PMJun 3
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I'm not a marketing expert. But, from talks I've seen around similar Indie topics is that getting YouTubers/influencers to play your game is a critical part of having your game find an audience. On top of that, maximizing the potent power of your game's appearance on the Steam app store also plays a major factor.

This page that does a critical analysis of Steam tags can be useful in making sure your game is tagged for the right people

Teddy Florea

Jun 10, 2021, 2:26:46 PMJun 10
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Greetings! We are creating a digital platform for such games to enhance their reach as well working on a B2B level with highschools to convey the eco message, and engage further via eco-volunteering and eco-entrepreneurship - our website is here: - would be glad to schedule a call to discuss it further. 

On Wednesday, June 2, 2021 at 11:14:07 AM UTC-5 domdcgames wrote:

William D. Volk

Jun 14, 2021, 4:33:27 PMJun 14
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I will check this out for The Climate Trail.
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David Gagnon

Jul 26, 2021, 10:38:41 AMJul 26
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Field Day Lab at University of Wisconsin - Madison is hiring a new unity game engineer. This community has been a consistent source of inspiration and camaraderie, so I’m hoping you can help us find our match.

I must reinforce that the $55k minimum salary is just that. It’s a formality of the University’s hiring process and in reality will be much higher.

I also don’t think the raw joy of this position is being expressed in the position description. We work on 4-6 projects in parallel at any one time that use games to tackle some of the most interesting problems in our world. This position would hit the ground working on a project about journalistic practices that will be distributed through PBS, a project to understand how coordination and innovation could help repair the dangerous phosphorus cycle that is killing our lakes, and a series of VR journeys to explore NSF Polar research about climate change, ecosystems and astrophysics. 

Reach out if you need anything.

David Gagnon
Field Day Lab
Wisconsin Center for Education Research
University of Wisconsin - Madison
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