If I had an Amazing Card Game Design, Where Do I Go to Talk to Game Makers to Sell it?

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#1 Posted by Ketenks (7 posts) -


I've been designing a card game on and off as a hobby for a while. I have some pretty cool concept arts and I have a fully fledged game idea with components and things that I just don't have time to make myself. I enjoy the architect aspect and the design aspect but when it comes to programming I just can't stomach a fundamentally arbitrary logical system. But all that aside, does anyone know of where someone might give their idea to make it into a game?

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#2 Edited by Ketenks (7 posts) -

After snooping around I found this, which is what I expected the general answer to be. I wasn't sure if anyone knew of any specific company that would take in game ideas. But this is the general answer:


Hone your ideas into a clear, coherent description of the object of the game and how it is supposed to be played. This is known as creating a "pitch" for the game.

Contact the research and development department of a company to which you're interested in pitching the game idea to see if it accepts submissions. This is more likely to happen with smaller game companies than larger ones; however, remember that smaller companies lack the resources of larger companies. Pay attention to their submissions requirements.

Pitch your idea to company officials.