Now you can embed YouTube videos on your game pages!

Kelsey Higham
Feb 24, 2012
12:15am

(Check it out in action on the award-winning demo game, MOVE RIGHT.)

Here are the instructions

If you're feeling adventurous, you can do a screen recording of your game, with CamStudio or QuickTime or something.

Once you have a video, upload it to YouTube. When you're adding or editing your game, there's a field you can paste a YouTube URL into.

This is all totally optional! Screen recording is hard and weird sometimes, so if it seems like too much trouble, don't worry about it.

Also: Multiple screenshots!

Also, you can upload multiple screenshots now! You only need one, but if there's more than one screen you REALLY want to show off, now you can. Again, check it out on MOVE RIGHT.

A fine tradition

The Game Development Club has a fine tradition of recording people as they present their games to the Club. You can see some examples by clicking on the screenshots here.

Hopefully, we will be able to revive this tradition in the near future, now that we have a good place for the videos to go.

Which brings me to my main point

Are any of you willing to record people as they present their games? Smartphones come with HD cameras nowadays, or you can rent a fancy camera from the Instructional Resources Center.