Hi Guys, So, after about a month of using Game Maker, I've got pretty much the basics functionally working to demonstrate the concept of the game I'm wanting to make. ( AND I say "a month" to illustrate that it's a month strictly spending my time doing this, which is about to reach its end. Read : funding runs out... Not for any other reasons) Player Character is functional. Game elements are functional. (Pretty much, for basic demonstration...) A prototype would be relatively easy at this point to produce. I think the theme / concept is a very sellable one. I'm familiar with concepts that are successful and those that fail. What's your opinion given this stage? Sell the idea / premise without code / artwork ? (Quick buck) Pitch it for development? (Long-er term thinking) Protecting my intellectual property ie: concept etc? I'm well aware, and using the plethora of resources regarding this that are out there. But... What's YOUR experiences with this, if any? THANKS!