I'm happy to announce that Sunny Demeanor Games now has a developer page on Steam, where you can find all games I make and "follow" to receive notifications wherever a new game from Sunny Demeanor Games launches:
Why set up a developer page now?
- I'll be announcing my second game in the next few weeks, so I wanted to have one place where you can find my first game, A Weekend in Puzzleburg, as well as this new game and all future games I make
- Valve just released an update to Steam allowing developers and publishers to show up in the standard search bar (it used to only list games but now also lists developer/publisher pages and tag pages)
What is the benefit of following a developer vs. wishlisting a game vs. following a game?
Have you ever been in the position where a new game comes out from a studio or publisher you like and you wonder "Why did nobody tell me about this?" (or maybe a new album/song dropped from a band you like). Following a developer will provide you with an email notification whenever a game from that studio is released - you don't need to have previously heard about the game, only the studio. This way, you're always in the know when the developer releases a new game, even if you're not part of the pre-release hype cycle (whether you're either intentionally avoiding it or have unintenionally missed out on earlier announcements).
Wishlisting a game provides an email notification upon release of the game, an email notification whenever the game is discounted by at least 20%, and puts any news items into your News Hub.
Following a game does NOT provide any email notifications but does put news items on the game into your Activity Feed in addition to your News Hub.
So please follow Sunny Demeanor Games on the Steam developer page here: https://store.steampowered.com/developer/SunnyDemeanorGames
And you can find A Weekend in Puzzleburg available for purchase on Steam here: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1929760/A_Weekend_in_Puzzleburg