GOG.com, a platform for both new and classic downloadable games, recently launched an indie portal as part of its services. The portal offers indie developers a clear method of submitting their games to the platform, which already features popular games like FTL, Fez and Hotline Miami.

GOG.com is also offering indie developers an advanced royalties option when launching games on its site. Instead of the standard 70/30 royalties split, the site would pay out an advance on a developer's royalties before entering a 60/40 split agreement, which would be in effect until the advanced payment is recouped by the game's sales.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.