on March 4, 2011
Look who’s been using the “YouTube for games” line this week. Only Russell Kay at GDC!
If YouTube only allowed videos from one camera to be put on the site, how popular would it be?
GameJolt is closer to being a “YouTube for games” than YoYo Games is.
That’s true in some respects, but sites like YoYo Games’ and soon Stencyl’s offer a really good way to get games onto the site. GameJolt is full of download links, which is nothing like YouTube either.
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