With the rise of the social media revolution, many gamers are turning to creative codes.
Here are some of the ways you can turn your games into more social:Create a new gamemode, and share it with friends.
This may sound simple, but there’s no way to turn a single player game into an ongoing series of events.
Instead, players can create and share their own gamemodes, and anyone else can join in on the fun.
If you’re looking to create a series of social events for a few hours, consider creating a new game that you can share on social media.
For example, if you want to create an event where players get to see a single character die at the end of a battle, share the event on Twitter and Instagram with a hashtag and a picture of the character in the game.
Or if you just want to have a one-on-one game with a friend, create a custom game where you can get to know your opponent before a battle.
Create a game that’s fun and social.
Create an event that you want people to share on Twitter, and then create a new post on Facebook that’s specifically for that purpose.
If the event is social, share it in the #gamemode hashtag on Twitter.
If you want your game to have its own social channel, consider taking the time to create one.
This could be a blog post, video, or video that showcases your game, or maybe a short YouTube video.
If it’s a new social experience, share that post in the hashtag #gameminorpg.
For example, you can make a video about your game that highlights the elements that you think people will be excited about and how you think they’ll respond to them.
This video might look something like this: