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Game store itch introduces developer logs built into game pages

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I do love the store, so many great ideas supporting developers. They just rolled out a useful change which allows developers to have a development log on their game pages.

It sounds like it's had real thought put into it too, since it will detect if you upload a new version letting developers know they might want to post an update.

They even have a pages dedicated to seeing all devlog posts either from the entire collection, from user/staff picks and from just games you follow directly.

See more about it here. Some really useful stuff, love it.

Reminder: The store has an open source client, it's good. I really like how itch is created so openly, they seem to align themselves with a lot of my own values which makes me really like them. Article taken from
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Just dived into Itch, downloaded the client. Very promising! So where is Galaxy (GOG) for Linux already dammit!
razing32 9 May, 2017
You know , I used to consider itch as a "toy" client for developers that really didn't belong on Steam or GOG.
But after recent years where steam Greenlight became Steam cesspool and GOG don't seem that interested in taking us seriously as a demographic (I still hold we don't need Galaxy tbh) I am reconsidering my position.
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