My project builds to an .exe just fine, but I’m wondering if the translation to Steam is possible. It seems that the .exe file relies on other files to run correctly- I’m assuming these can be bundled with the steam installation, but I guess I don’t know for sure. Papers, please is available on steam and it was made with openFL, so it must be possible. Just looking for an official word on it.
Have a look on https://github.com/grapefrukt/SteamWrap
awesome, that looks very helpful.
I’m worried it may be a bit out of date, but a great starting place nonetheless!
I know of at least five OpenFL games on Steam, so yes, Steam distribution is possible. As far as I know, everyone uses that extension
I know I’m being paranoid, but will the next version of openfl have any backwards compatibility issues with extensions like these? from what I can tell the next version deals more with the rendering side of things, but I was just curious.
The plan is to make OpenFL “next” as compatible as possible