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A sandbox strategy game with town building, crafting, and epic battles!
22,844 backers pledged $751,920 to help bring this project to life.

Thanks for the Early Support. Vote for Us on Steam Greenlight!

Posted by Radiant Entertainment (Creator)
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Hi guys!

We are overwhelmed and humbled by our early momentum.  It's been incredibly gratifying to see that you guys are as excited about the game as we are. But we're not done yet! We have some exciting stretch goals planned, which we'll unveil as we reach our initial funding goal. Any help you can give us to spread the word about Stonehearth is deeply appreciated.

Steam Greenlight!

Thanks to your suggestions, we've put up a Stonehearth page on Steam Greenlight!  Please check it out and vote for us! Since a few of you have been asking, if we make it onto Steam, all backers will have the choice of a direct download version of the game or  Steam key.


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    1. GamePlaySpotlight(Grumpy) on

      I voted for Greenlight on STEAM!

      BUT... Please give us BOTH the steam key and the download... I have Steam on my gaming tower at home, but bought a new lappy that has Win8 and Steam doesn't work with Win8 ( I am sure a lot of people are in similar situations)

    2. Jakob P. Christiansen on

      Voted for Greenlight on Steam!

    3. Peter Jacob on

      /wince GOG. It's like Steam but without the DRM. They started with offering ancient PC games tooled up to run on modern PCs. When they started offering more modern and even brand new titles to the library, they went from Good Old Games to GOG. Gamers in the know prefer GOG to Steam.

      That said, GOG version please. Don't trust Steam.

    4. Ninjy Tormented/OotG-KnCm/DrmTrvlr/WoOS on

      "Since a few of you have been asking, if we make it onto Steam, all backers will have the choice of a direct download version of the game or Steam key."

      Is that a "you can do both" scenario, or "one or the other" scenario? Because I always dread the latter. DRM-free installer I can keep on my HD or what-have-you is good. Steam is good (I have my games in one place). Both would be ideal.

      I'd also like to echo other people's sentiments for GOG support for the DRM-free version. You should get in touch with them. They're pretty cool. And this game would be perfect for GOG. :)

    5. Nick Hanson
      It's worth checking out. They are DRM-free and started by releasing updated versions of old games for super cheap (thus the name, Good Old Games) but have recently started to support more mainstream games like the Witcher series (same parent company) and indie games. Many successful kickstarter games seem to be going there and I for one would love to get your game through them as I have a huge collection of games with them. They don't presently support selling DLC however (they do support free upgrades) or Linux though both may be coming in the near future.

    6. Jeroen Klein Brinke on

      I agree about Just supported Stonehearth on Steam Greenlight as well

    7. Thezombiemessia on is Good Old Games, it's like steam, but also has a lot of quite old games on there, and it's usually all DRM free.

    8. Radiant Entertainment Creator on

      Im going to show my ignorance here...what's GOG?

    9. Nick Hanson

      Nevermind, I see the direct download, clearly I can't read. Curses Kickstarter for not allowing us to edit/delete comments.

    10. Nick Hanson

      Will there be a non-Steam DRM-free option?

    11. gandalf.nho

      What about GOG too?