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Extensions in this section convey information about your game. It's not intended to be an exhaustive list of credits. You should limit the information to principal participants, celebrities you'd like to give billing too in order to make your game stand out, or just anyone of relative importance to the production of the game. For a small team there's probably room for everyone. For a mostly "one man" team, consider using #game_auteur in order to credit "the man". Information in this section is used in much the same way as that of the #Author section, however it differs in that the information provided is merely superficial and translators are encouraged to translate the information where applicable.

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[edit] game_artist

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the lead production artist. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_auteur

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the visionary or any one person without which the game just wouldn't exist. Any role not specified will be assumed to fall upon this individuals shoulders. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_based_upon

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates some existing work or art if any which your game is meant to literally draw upon in some way, vividly or darkly. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_caretaker

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the any domestic worker responsible for keeping the team behind the game on life support throughout its production. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_company

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the title of the company behind the game. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_concept

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the lead concept artist. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_dedication

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates who or what you'd like to dedicate the game to. Maybe your goldfish died during production for example. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_designer

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the lead game design person. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_director

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the lead game directing person. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_disclaimer

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates any kind of legal liability or whatever you'd like to assuage. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_distributor

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the distributor of this game. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_edition

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the edition of this game. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_features

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates any features you'd like to promote. Like joystick support etc. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_first_edition_date

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the long date of the first edition of this game. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_first_edition_year

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the year of the first edition of this game. It should be a number in the common era. Values are limited to any string of text; a whole number is best.[#]

[edit] game_format

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the medium or environment, eg. operating system, in which this game is able to function. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_label

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the promotional/managerial label to which the game or peoples responsible for the game are signed. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_legal

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates any long text legal mumbo jumbo deemed necessary for inclusion. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_license

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates any content or technology licenses the game is in adherence with. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_mascot

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates a pet, personality, or fictional character you'd like to associate the game with. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_music

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the singular person responsible for the games musical arrangements. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_musing

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates anything at all you'd like to include in addition to everything else. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_original

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the game which this game is a remake or remix of. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_partners

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates those who bore chief financial responsibility during the development of the game proper. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_planner

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the lead game planner. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_presented_by

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the association presenting the game. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_presenters

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates individuals presenting the game. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_producer

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the game producer, company or individual. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_programmer

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the lead game programmer. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_project

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the project codename or whatever before an official title was established or announced. It may be related to the edition of the game as well if the project is a remake or remix effort. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_publisher

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the lead game publisher. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_publishing_date

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the long date of this edition. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_rating

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates any kind of content ratings you'd like to apply to the game in whatever rating system seems appropriate. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_region

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the global region this translation of this game has in mind. Use whatever system or scope makes sense with respect to other translations of the game in circulation or underway. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_series

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the series this game is part of. Eg. KING'S FIELD II is part of the KING'S FIELD series. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_soundsuite

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the composer or troop responsible for the sound effects audible in the game. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_soundtrack

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the composer or troop responsible for the game soundtrack, if there is any one entity. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_studio

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the name of the studio who developed the game. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_sub_series

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the series within a larger series in which the game is a part of. Sometimes called a 'gaiden', though not necessarily the same thing. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_subteam

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the team within a larger studio or collective who is largely responsible for the development of the game. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_subtitle

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the title that usually appears in smaller letters below the main title. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_suggested_retail_price

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates, whether applicable or not, what you think your game should be sold for on store shelves, or what you would sell it for if you could. Players feel free to regard this value as a suggested donation. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_super_title

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the title that usually appears in smaller letters above the main title. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_thanks

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates any thanks the game makers would like to confer. Thanks to From Software for instance. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_title_with_sequel

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the title which includes the sequel number. This title may be shorthand. The sequel need not appear in the main title. It's probably best to render the sequel in Arabic numeral form to avoid any confusion. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_version

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the version of the game. For instance if the game has been patched or is not intended to ever be finalized. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_writer

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the lead writer. This is the script writer. Values are limited to any string of text.[#]

[edit] game_year_published

Introduced around 1.0.0.1, this extension indicates the year of this edition. It should be a number in the common era. Values are limited to any string of text; a whole number is best.[#]


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