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  1. Question for Steam Release

    Its how it should be mr sellout.
  2. Let’s talk about The Universim

    It was an answer to a previous question, and not a rant out of the blue. Its fine to not think it matters, its more about being on point on what they say, if you let the little things slide, then it becomes big things, be honest about it even if it sucks. Sweeping things under the rug is shady, dosent matter what part of the business it is. Well, from that last stream we all know they dont give a shit about the GDPR, thats for sure, lol. And yea, giveaway is a minor thing, I am more interested about the new reveals coming, but thats for another post by another user. I get your point.
  3. Let’s talk about The Universim

    It was used as a selling pitch in the beginning. It was initially promised to have 1 giveaway every week for 5 weeks. The change you are talking about, where and when was that announced? oh right, months after. They finally did 1 giveaway after multiple people asked. Alex kept saying "Next week, or the week after".There were supposed to be 5 giveaways btw. So hopefully they will add some real info on this later.
  4. Question for Steam Release

    They have said no more then 30$ (on steam forum I think) Probably looking at 25$ (its not worth more) and the EA price should be less. Max 15$
  5. Let’s talk about The Universim

    ehm.. the switch giveaways was to happen 6 months ago, then the plan was 1 every week. It was actually used as advertisement to sell more copies of the game, or other games at the store. So he/she, and the people buying are more in the right to ask for this. they cant be that busy btw, since some of the writers+ devs are working on the other games they publish. Which they guaranteed they wouldn't do when going into publishing btw.
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  7. Ask Us:

    I saw on Farm Folks you shared, that one of your programmers is listed on working on this game: I have seen his name on the previous dev logs for Crytivo and a quick search on google it shows up as working for Crytivo as well. I thought you said you did not share any resources from your team to other games, care to elaborate on this?
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    What experience do you have as a producer in the video game industry?
  9. Even with this patch , no fix for reservoir bug ?

    They are busy finding out which bush is better to have in the game
  10. [TWITTER] "..."

    Not an expert on marketing but, tagging another game to promote Prehistoric kingdom? Isn't that a big NO NO Crytivo and a bit unprofessional?
  11. Ask Us:

    So, if someone has a question to your answers...which would turn in to a discussion, how the hell did you expect this thread to go?
  12. [TWITTER] "..."

    "If our Kickstarter campaign is successful, we plan to release the Alpha as soon as possible. Hopefully before the end of this year (2014). The speed of development depends on the amount raised here on Kickstarter. The more we are able to raise, the bigger the team we can afford and the faster we can develop. We expect the Early Beta phase to follow a few months after this. The Steam exclusive beta will commence near the end of the beta phase to do a final test before launch." HAHAHAHAH So since they raised what they needed...there is no excuse for the time...in all seriousness.
  13. Closed steam pre-release. Yes or no? [EDITED]

    NDA in this case is useless since they are pretty much sharing everything on twitter. "suspense"...there is more suspense stumbling on a dead animal.
  14. Research Prototype Panel

    Mostly its because developers have unrealistic timeframes on release, specially when a dev has not made a game before, so on that part, it actually makes sense that they are late. Its just bad planning, and of course, increasing scope with silly things and change stuff in the last minute. Players only go by what they are told and what it says on kickstarter, because thats what they (we) base our info on. Most dont even know the hard road of development, literally every single game made gets pushed as well. The problem is..its still alpha and tbh thats just silly at this point. Actually really glad you are optimistic and positive, it rubs off hehe
  15. Research Prototype Panel

    There is no tech difference in what he posted and what was voted, literally. Very big game in a very small amount of time? Come on, dont be so gullible. In order to have the kickstarter they've had to have some tech ready, but no. They've done concept art for the middle ages in 2017 (sometimes even the stone age) and beginning of 2018, thats is literally the first time you have seen some concepts from the ages (except maybe a few instances), dont you really ask yourself what they have spent their time on since 2014? And dont tell me the "its a very complicated game" stuff, there is another similar game being made by less people and its even further along then this. Game wont be in full version until at LEAST 2022 at this rate with what was promised, and thats just being realistic and comparing with other games and team sizes. If you can afford traveling to all conventions with great setups and spending time on publishing, you could afford tech artists way earlier. Its not aggressive to actually expect something from developers who spouts "fair gaming and trust". Specially since they help with tech stuff on Prehistoric Kingdom as announced by them. (Think its easy porting to consoles?) "Crytivo will be helping us with the back-end, technical, and business side of game development – ultimately pushing us to a number of new platforms and venues that we could have only dreamt of achieving by ourselves. Because of their involvement, our consumer outreach has increased astronomically, the game will be translated into six different languages, previous fantasies like console ports aren’t entirely out of the question, we have a booth at numerous conventions, and we now have a close relationship with people that have an equal passion for the project." Regarding the prototype tree, they said "we will go for this with slight modification" and then there is a new one posted on twitter just out of the blue. (and btw, the new design looks really bad tbh, the one that was voted is way more streamlined and clean) Other than that, I commend you for keeping your cool. I respect that.