Dreams developers working on selling user-made games

Dreams developers are now testing the marketability of their creation tool by allowing users to sell their own games.

Dreams is, literally, the game to make your dream game. Soon it may enable you to make money outside of the games domain.

Media Molecule stated that they want to allow players to export and sell their own games, outside of Dreams, much like in other engines such as RPG Maker. Although with some restrictions.

We’ve had lots of questions from creators about using Dreams for viable business opportunities off PlayStation such as concept artwork. We welcome and encourage creators to do this, but it’s new territory for us,” states Media Molecule.

There is a beta evaluation form but it is currently for those who have been on Dreams since its early access. Also, you will have to regularly give feedback to the developers with your projects, plans and previous in-game experience in Dreams. “We’ve been busy behind the scenes mapping out how we can make it easier for creators to do this in the future. We are kicking this off with a beta evaluation, where creators can submit an application to use Dreams for a specific project.”

Although the idea is exciting and will open new opportunities, the feature and the process are still very simple and basic.

This new ambition may just mean that the PlayStation exclusive will be coming to other platforms as well.

“We want people to be able to go to the moon with their projects. […] The very limited exporting features the moment are like exporting a video, but we have in the long-term [plans for] exporting a standalone game outside of Dreams entirely – exporting to other devices and beyond.”

 Kareem Ettouney, Media Molecule co-founder

Read the full statement here.

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