Hey! You there! You reading the post right now! Yeah, right, I mean you!
Did you know that you can follow my Steam Curator Page… on Steam?! Ever looked at a game on Steam and wondered what your favourite curator(s) say(s) about this game? Well, with just one button-press
you can act as if declare that I’m one of your favourite curators!
Click here to check out my Steam Curator Page and help me take over Steam! Fuck yeah!
We also have a Steam Group but nobody really uses that feature anymore and honestly, I don’t know how it works or what we could use it for but if more people were to join, we could set up community games or whatever, so hey, wanna join the Indiecator Steam Group as well?
It’s not the most elaborate post, I know, but I actually need to prepare a lot of reviews for the upcoming weeks as I’ll be away on the weekend next week… and as I’ll probably lack the time to actually write a lot of posts over Christmas and New Year’s due to the upcoming exam season and due to the time I’m spending with my family and
my in-law’s my partner’s family… Hence, I took the chance here to promote my Steam Curator Page in a shorter post! Pardon me, uwu!
The Steam Curator Page is actually low-key taking off nowadays, so I’m incredibly excited to feature my reviews there and to help developers in the Indie Game community.
So, help me make Indie Games gre- I mean, help me spread the word about how great Indie Games are!
Now, this post was supposed to be a bit of a joke that is extremely over the top… so I hope it made you chuckle. I enjoyed trying this out and I’m quite chuffed with how it turned out. I still want you to follow me on Steam though! It’s free after all! But more importantly… Have a nice day!