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A new adventure game made of clay. From the Neverhood creators - made possible because of YOU, our generous supporters.
A new adventure game made of clay. From the Neverhood creators - made possible because of YOU, our generous supporters.
A new adventure game made of clay. From the Neverhood creators - made possible because of YOU, our generous supporters.
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      James Ruggles 1 day ago

      @ Nick Roberts, I didn't have the e-mail, but I shot Humble Bundle a support ticket and they linked me to the page that had my Wii-U and GOG key! Thank you for pointing me in the right direction.

    2. Nick Roberts (the Ranting Thespian) 2 days ago

      @James Ruggles

      Check your e-mail inbox for an e-mail from Humble Bundle. I did last week, and got my code and downloaded it to my Wii U.

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      James Ruggles 2 days ago

      Did the WII-U codes go out? I have not received any codes for the game.

    4. Martin Lyngsnes Sæbø on September 20

      Hey, I would like to collect my PS4 key. Since it has been released on it now.

    5. Justin Holmes on September 17

      Hey, remember when you guys asked for all that money and promised a bunch of exclusive Wii U features you never bothered to put in the game?

      I sure do!

    6. Matthew on September 16

      In case anyone was wondering, got my paper comic out of the blue today.

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      Tony Nevel on September 14

      Wait, have people received Wii U codes, because I still have not. Will I ever get one?

    8. Justin Holmes on September 14

      You might think everyone's forgotten about this and your omissions and flat-out lies about this process have gone ignored but I assure you every time I have a conversation about this game, and it is often, I underline the shitty treatment you foisted upon everyone who backed this game for the Wii U.

    9. Joseph P on September 9

      Thanks for the update. Got the game running on an Aussie WiiU. Now we wait for the big box edition, oh yeah.

    10. David Desjardin on September 9

      The entire post-funding of this game has been a complete mess, including and up to the release, bugs and patching. I expected more out of the people who brought us Neverhood and Skullmonkeys. What a disaster.

    11. Joseph P on September 9

      My WiiU code isn't work. Also in Australia. I think Nintendo stooged you guys. Europe codes don't work on Australian and NZ stores.

    12. Erin Waye on September 9

      I got my AU wii U code but it doesn't work :/

    13. Steven Robinson on September 7

      Hi guys, any news on EU WiiU codes?

    14. Steve Bowcutt on September 5

      *No code received

    15. Steve Bowcutt on September 5

      Still Wii-U code received here, and by the sounds of the other people playing it, I probably don't want it.

      Paid more, to get an inferior port of the game, later than release to the general public. Very bummed about this whole thing.

    16. Joseph P on September 4

      Hi, does the EU WiiU code cover people in Australia?

      I'm in Australia...

      Cheers,

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      Philipp Koschker on September 4

      still haven't gotten my wiiu code, what's up with that?

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      redrum666 on September 4

      the last 2 days I have been playing the WiiU port and man the game is a buggy mess it crashed and locked up on me 5 times at one point I got stuck in a room I could not got out of I had to start a new game and this was after playing the game for over 2 hours and the controls are very unresponsive at times and have a really bad delay did any one at Pencil Test Studios, Inc. test this game before sending it to Nintendo

    19. Justin Holmes on September 3

      So finally playing the game, this is a very bittersweet moment because while I really do like the game, and I'm reminded why I had faith in it in the first place, I backed this because of the priority placed on the Wii U port, which turned out to be bare-bones, broken and sloppily made. (And we paid extra to get it late, let's not forget.)

      Not only did Pencil Test go back on its promises for exclusive content (and never, not even once, tell us about this) but we didn't even get a passable port. The jerry-rigged controls suggest this was only ever treated as an afterthought, especially given that Pencil Test promised the second screen wouldn't just mirror the TV. The game locked up on me twice, which is something I've only seen in one other game since shortly after the system launched. Meanwhile very basic things are missing. Really, Pencil Test, you couldn't spend five minutes writing a digital manual for this game? You can write an entire fictional language but your Wii U backers aren't worth "Welcome to the fortress Armikrog, the stick does this, the B button does that"?

      I paid a premium to get a premium product on Wii U. This in no way was what I agreed to, or what Pencil Test promised we would get.

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      Philipp Jensen on September 3

      Wait the funny WiiU controls with the onscreen inventory and all that aren't in there? Scratch that then! I want a PC Code instead!

      What a bummer, I was patiently holding out for the WiiU Version because of the funny stuff you outlined with the controller.

    21. Lewis on September 2

      I got my code. While the game itself is enjoyable, the features that got me to shell out my money for the Wii U version aren't present at all, and that's frustrating. Plus it's hard-locked on me twice.

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      Chris Hunter on September 2

      @ David Desjardin That is super frustrating... Literally the only reasons I opted for the Wii U version is because I thought it would get some nice exclusive treatment. Sad to see this isn't the case. And of course, it's also not surprising. :(

    23. David Desjardin on September 1

      Corrected version of the post below:

      I just took a short trip back to the Campaign tab to refresh my memory of the Wii U features, and they're literally nowhere to be found in the actual game! There's NO second screen inventory management, no beak-beak camera (at least not right away?), and I didn't make it far enough to find out if the drawing feature is there but I doubt it. The game plays horrible.

    24. David Desjardin on September 1

      I just took a short trip back to the Campaign tab to refresh my memory of the Wii U features, and they're literally nowhere to be found! There's in second screen inventory management, no beak-beak camera (at least not right away?), and I didn't make it far enought o find out if the drawing feature is there but I doubt it.

    25. Justin Holmes on September 1

      David, very very disappointed to hear that. I'd be lying if I said I was surprised though.

      These guys need to do the honest thing, admit they half-assed and bungled this and give refunds for everyone who backed this to play it on Wii U.

    26. David Desjardin on September 1

      Ugh no. The Wii U version is awful. It's not optimized at all for Wii U. The controls are unresponsive and atrocious. You're expected to still use a mouse cursor to point and click, and you have to drag and hold the cursor to move the character. Clicking on an object doesn't respond without moving the cursor over it first. The first puzzle where you have to change a slot-machine-like puzzle piece doesn't respond well at all. Even with the cursor over the arrows on that puzzle, it won't "click" when you touch the screen. I had to resort to moving the cursor over it and hitting the A button on the controller. It's practically unplayable, control-wise. Frustrating.

      And to top it off, the game isn't even in HD. The gameplay is blurry, and the FMV is pixelated. I haven't played this game on PC to compare, but this is sad and disappointing.

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      Chris Hunter on September 1

      Anyone actually played the U version yet? Did PTS deliver on the Wii U exclusive content like gamepad functionality/features?

    28. Ryan Curtis on September 1

      I just got my wii u code in my email... but I had changed it to a steam code a long time ago and redeemed said steam code. I'm pretty sure we weren't supposed to get both, so it looks like it's sending codes to anyone who said yes for a wii u version regardless of whether they changed it later

    29. Hemisphere Ormsby on September 1

      Oh wait, just saw the other email saying the code is only for america....
      *waves fist towards the sky as waiting continues*

    30. Zane
      Superbacker
      on September 1

      I just checked my humble bundle and the Wii U key was there. So for anyone who hasn't got there's yet it maybe worth seeing if they have the chance to claim it now.

    31. Lewis on August 30

      I'm with you Justin...frustrated. This shouldn't have taken a week. I'd have bought the game on the eShop if I hadn't backed it by now. I just wish PTS would make a comment about it.

    32. Justin Holmes on August 30

      No codes and no comment for a whole week. An utter disgrace.

    33. Lewis on August 26

      Not yet, and it's a little frustrating...Tadpole Treble went off without issue, as did Shovel Knight and Mighty No. 9. I'm not sure what the hold-up is, but it's been three days. I'm tempted to ask for a PS4 key instead, even though I want to play this on Wii U.

    34. Andrea Govoni on August 26

      @alexbarker116
      Nope.

    35. alexbarker116 on August 25

      Anyone get wiiu keys yet?

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      Brandi Dawson on August 25

      My family just moved across the country, I updated our address, but I am not sure if product already went out to our old address? Please help!

    37. Steve Bowcutt on August 24

      I too would like to swap my Wii U key for an Xbox One key since the Wii is no longer the primary console.

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      Martin O
      Superbacker
      on August 23

      @vrot.mne.nogi: You can get the Linux version from Humble Bundle (also GOG or Steam).

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      Dmitriy on August 23

      Please help! How can I get my digital download code for xbox one, if I am a Baker?

    40. Marie-Andree Poisson
      Superbacker
      on August 23

      Where are the physical rewards exactly (artwork)? The last update about that is more than 2 months old now!

    41. Nealon on August 23

      I would also like an update on physical rewards.

      Thank you

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      Brian Blair on August 23

      I too would like to swap my Wii U key for an Xbox One key since the Wii is no longer the primary console.

    43. Andrew Brejza on August 23

      I was wondering the same thing as Joe Gabelhause, wondering if it's possible to swap the Wii U version over to the Xbox one version.

    44. Joe Gabelhause on August 23

      Hey, I just saw there's an Xbox one version of Armikrog. I never heard about that until just now. Can I get that instead of the Wii U version?

    45. vrot.mne.nogi on August 16

      How to get linux version?

    46. JFA Jansen on August 15

      any update on the shipping of the rewards?

    47. Marwan Imam on August 6

      Hey, I've been off kickstarter for a while and was checking up on things here and realized my address was way outdated and I just updated it. Would that be ok, did you already ship the comics and the games or not yet?

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      Max on August 1

      Hi!

      I'm kinda slowpoke here, just updated the address (the old one was outdated for a while already). Can I still expect the game shipped? Is there a digital download or something available?

      Thanks!
      Max

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