It would Be Useful for you To Upload your games to the ready maker app because this forum is a bit unknown
To Upload Your Project You Have To Go To Your Project And You’ll Find A Publish Button Tap On The Button To Publish Your Game You Will Recive A Random Code For Your Game
You Will Find The Game On A New Page And You Can Search The Name Or By A Code
Your Game Will Have 3 Strikes (To Prevent People Abusing The Flag Option) If Someone Flags Your Game You Will Lose A Strike.
If You Lose All 3 Of Them Your Game Will Be Pulled Off The Public And You Can’t Reupload It
You Can Also Prevent People From Remixing Your Game
And There Are Filters Most Favorites, Most Loved, Relevant To Your Search, And Most Recent
Unless you are planning to turn your Ready game into an Apk or pc game to make money, i don’t see a problem with other Ready users being able to see a projects code and remixing it.
I agree that being able to look up Ready users games to play would be great, like what can be done on the Scratch website.
Good recommendations Thanks!
This was exactly my thought as well. If the whole point of publishing is to get games to a broader audience, then blocking remixing feels like it goes against the spirit of sharing and helping fellow community members learn.
I do really like @Creep5432’s suggestion. It would make it much easier for me to share projects with my students in environments where sharing links has its own challenges. Here again, though, a system for organizing projects is very important. Separate pages (and/or folders), codes and search will make all the difference in how useful the feature is.
Folders Could Be A Good Idea And Would Be Useful If You Have More Than 10 Pages Of Projects