Since creating the first underwater prototype in January of 2013, I’ve been obsessed with the underwater and the unknown. Actually, this obsession goes back much farther than that, which is...
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littleevilwolf wrote: »
so i cant play it till the 31? but i get the folders of the builds everyday?
Squiddapult wrote: »
New to the forums, yet ive been watching the development of the game for a while. Excited for it, but very wary of early access games since I purchased starbound.
Squeal_Like_A_Pig wrote: »
Yup, we hear ya, and that is why we are #1 not putting this up on Steam early access yet and #2 really trying to inform people as to what they will be getting by signing up early. Currently the version that is going up on the 31st is just a fraction of the gameplay that is planned for the game, but we have loads of stuff in the works and the pace of gameplay and content additions to the game will be pretty fast.
We just wanted to get this into people's hands and we know there are people who love to be involved in the very early development of a game, because their feedback can really make a difference. And for us it is really helpful to get a much broader spectrum of feedback by opening it up to the public. But we really want to stress this is just for the really dedicated fans who want to support us in our endeavors, and are willing to ride (or swim) all the ups and downs that come with such an early, early....EARLY access like this.
AurOn2 wrote: »
well so long as you warn people that the early access will be EXTREMELY riddled with bugs, there shouldn't be a problem
I personally loved bughunting in the Ns2 alpha/beta. 'twas fun.
KwisatzHaderach wrote: »
Just preparing you for the Steam release }:D (thank god it's not Early Access!)
LudwigX wrote: »
I like how you already added catapultshttp://gfycat.com/ThatCluelessAyeaye