About Game Design communities tagged with "Forum"
These communities have a forum format, where typically any user can make a post, comment on a post, and upvote/downvote.
on discordA repository for freely licensed art, so that free/open source game developers can use it in their games. There are also game development forums for 2d art, 3d art, audio, art tutorials, and commission requests.
on redditAll things related to game development, programming, math, art, music, business, and marketing.
on reddit/r/gamedevelopment is a community for serious discussion about anything related to game development.
on redditA community of solo developers who want to help each other. Our goal is to share and learn all aspects of game development. This includes project management, finding resources, game design, marketing, networking, etc. feel free to post questions or share your game, just make sure you're helping the community. Our Discord: https://discord.gg/4R5bB9nMSV
on redditUnityAssets is for sharing Unity Engine Assets! Just post a link to your asset and flair your post with the price. Your asset does not need to be hosted on Asset Store.
on redditNews, Help, Resources, and Conversation. A User Showcase of the Unity Game Engine.
on redditDiscussion and development of emulators.
on redditFor topics related to the design of games for interactive entertainment systems - video games, board games, tabletop RPGs, or any other type. /r/GameDesign is not a subreddit about general game development, nor is it a programming subreddit. This is a place to talk about Game Design and what it entails. Use this community to network, discuss crafting rulesets and general game design, and share game design tips with other game designers. Designers of all experience levels are welcome!
on redditThis is the place for indie devs and gamers to share anything, be it game development, their favorite games or just cool images, GIFs and music from an indie game in a casual community-run environment. If you're an indie gamer, this place welcomes you too! After all, every gamer is a potential indie developer!
on redditGame jams are accelerated game development events where participants make a game in a short amount of time - an hour to a day to a week or more. THEY ARE SO MUCH FUN.
on redditWelcome to truegamedev!