Green Man Loaded program offers funds to game developers, who are very close to completing their project.
Gamasutra reports about a new program from London-based game vendor Green Man Gaming. It’s called Finishing Finance Facility and it’s sort of a publishing deal, that helps you get additional funds if you want to finish your project. The money is given only to those companies, who can really show something and are very close to finishing their game. The project should be 3-4 months from shipping. If you get money from GML, you’ll have to pay royalties in the future, depending on how the game performs.
The finishing finance facility is designed to be a quick, easy, and non-intrusive way for developers and games investors to secure the necessary funds they need to support their route to market and to sell their games.
Paul Sulyok, Green Man Gaming
It’s a nice thing for get additional money, but so far this deal doesn’t seem much different from what we’ve seen proposed by other companies. Do you think this will be interesting for indie companies working on their own games and looking for help with publishing?