YoYo Games, the creators of the GameMaker Studio engines, announced today that they are opening up a publishing division for indie games.
YoYo Games has announced that GameMaker Studio 2 will be getting Nintendo Switch support, and is being used to bring Undertale to the system.
PlayTech, a developer of gaming and sports gambling software, has bought out YoYo Games, which developed GameMaker: Studio, for $16.4 million.
GameMaker Studio has provided tools for game development and creation for years, with numerous big-name indie titles coming out of it such as Hotline Miami and Spelunky, and now those that are looking to craft games for
As GameMaker has grown more and more prominent in the role of indie game development, powering popular titles like Hotline Miami, the range of options for exporting and publishing games has also grown significantly as well, thanks
GameMaker Sale Offers GameMaker Studio: Standard Edition Free, Professional Upgrade $35 Until March 2nd
GameMaker Studio and its variety of software packages and programs have been well known for the creation of numerous counts of indie (and professional) games, and now the Standard Edition of the software can be yours too