Once you have finished making your game, one final challenge awaits; submitting it to a website so it can be played by others. In many cases you should take several screenshots, write a brief description that "sells" your game and encourages others to play it.
Some Jams require that you also share your source code to prove it was made in a single weekend. You will likely have forms to fill out, and you might have to create a
.zip file or even an installer for your game.
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