When comparing Humble Store vs GameJolt, the Slant community recommends Humble Store for most people. In the question“What are the best distribution platforms for an indie desktop game?” Humble Store is ranked 3rd while GameJolt is ranked 4th.
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Pro Access to sales data
Pro Just above average revenue split (75/25)
Pro Opportunity for homepage feature of your game with a launch sale after a short “soft-launch” period
Once Humble has had a chance to ensure your game page has all the kinks out, you can be featured by offering a new release sale.
Pro Feature-rich submission process
Developers get lots of control over choosing their platforms, media settings, custom web pages, etc.
Pro Supports many build targets
You can publish anything from HTML5 games to Windows Desktop games.
Pro Free, easy submission
Submitting a game is free and extremely easy.
Pro 70/30 revenue split for ads
Game Jolt gives you 30% of ad revenue.
Pro Custom revenue split for game sales
Developers choose how much to give to Game Jolt.
Pro Allows for a pay-your-own-price system.
Pro Game API
Gamejolt lets you add trophies, online scoreboards, and cloud data storage to your game easily.
Pro Custom game pages
You can upload your own html pages or use one of the templates.
Con No access to customer email addresses
If you want to tell your fans about your new game, too bad unless you've collected it through your game client or somewhere else.
Con Must apply for access
Con Comparatively small customer base
Platforms like Steam and Gog have a better chance of reaching potential customers.