r/TheMakingOfGames

19k subscribers


This subreddit is about the creation of our favourite games. Whether it's 'the making of', a presentation, podcast, concept art, or other 'behind the scenes' content, this is the place!
https://reddit.com/r/TheMakingOfGames/
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