Be sure you have an e-mail set. If your account is compromised, it can only be saved by having an e-mail associated with it.
Never give your password to anyone.
Avoid modifications that contain executable code. Several instances of “trainer” programs have captured account passwords unbeknownst to their users. No “trainer” or “exploit” programs can give you free plat.
Over the weekend I participated in the LD34 gamejam. I wrote and made some art for a short Comedy/Adventure game, which was produced in roughly two days. It’s pretty rough, but people at the jam site seemed to think it was funny, so hopefully you will too 🙂
I’ve been meaning to get March of Industry running on mobile for a long while now, and so I’ve been spending a little bit of time here and there to make it happen. It’s finally ready to share, so you can now play it on your Android phones & tablets (I don’t have an iPhone, so no iOS version. Sorry.)
The mobile version is the same as the PC version, but with touch controls. It even uses the same account system as PC version, so your save files will automatically sync between mobile and PC. It fully supports blueprint modding, translations, and GIF captures also.
I am giving the Android version out free to anyone who bought either the PC MarchOfIndustry.com (Stripe) or Steam copies of the game. (This includes Steam codes given out as Novemberbit rewards). Just go to this page to download the APK.
And if you didn’t, then FYI it’s unreasonably cheap in Google Play. 😛