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Discover a ever expanding universe in this endless Space exploration game. Featuring procedurally generated everything!
Discover a ever expanding universe in this endless Space exploration game. Featuring procedurally generated everything!
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It's been a ridiculously busy day!

Posted by Chris Carson (Creator)

     Some of you may already be aware of this but Tiny Trek is being developed in Multimedia Fusion 2. A tool made by Clickteam. I have been using Clickteam Tools for over 13 years and has been instrumental for me in my game development career. About 7 years ago I popped up on Clickteam's radar and I have been working for them ever since. I am now VP of US operations and am very proud to be part of the team. 

    That being said today has been a big day for Clickteam, the latest version of our tool now called Clickteam Fusion 2.5 has been released and on Steam. I have literally been answering messages and posts all day long. The reason I wanted to share this with you guys, Is a good lot of you seem to be very creative or have a programming background. To celebrate the release of 2.5 I somehow finagled the Humble Bundle guys into doing a MMF2 bundle, which includes 9 games and a copy of the same tool I am using develop Tiny Trek. Pay what you want for all of that. I thought some of you might like to take MMF2 for a spin, and you can't get it any cheaper then this. Also you get Vincere Totus Astrum for PC, my Casual 4x strategy game, also made in MMF2. After tomorrow it will be full speed again with Tiny Trek. Let me know if you guys have any questions!

Humble Bundle:

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    1. Logan Apple on

      It's a great tool! This humble bundle looks really cool, I'll give it a look over and maybe get some of the games. Nifflas was always really good at making them.

    2. Rob Merritt on

      Awesome! I've been messing around with Clickteam products since it was called Klik and Play and was published by Maxis. This was mid 90s. I lost my Multimedia Fusion (1.x) disks a few years back so I'm all over this humble bundle!

    3. Canyon

      I didn't get the connection previously. I liked Vincere Totus Astrum a lot. I'm even more excited for Tiny Trek now. Congratulations on being on Steam and being featured by the Humble Bundle guys.

    4. light487 - Kickstarter Junkie on

      Thanks for the heads up.. I bought the bundle more for supporting things than anything. I do already own RPG Maker VX Ace and I am waiting on the stand-alone release of Axis Game Factory, which I've already preordered.. so another game making system is always weclome :)