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A tool providing a new generation of bulky one-click normal maps from 2D sprites like pixel art for dynamic lighting effects in games.
A tool providing a new generation of bulky one-click normal maps from 2D sprites like pixel art for dynamic lighting effects in games.
A tool providing a new generation of bulky one-click normal maps from 2D sprites like pixel art for dynamic lighting effects in games.
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Finally green light for Sprite DLight!

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Awesome news, everyone:
Sprite DLight has just been greenlit by the Steam community!

This is what I just saw when checking the current stats (which I did several times a day):

As I mentioned in the last update, the ratio of Yes votes to No votes is pretty amazing:

Due to a lack of visibility on the Greenlight website and a suboptimal search system, and probably also due to my lack of experience in promoting a Greenlight project, it took 153 days for Sprite DLight to get greenlit, but we finally made it, and that is what counts.

So, what does that mean for the backers of the project?

It means the tool will be available on Steam when it is done, and backers of the Lite and Pro versions will receive a Steam key for each license they acquired, in addition to a download link to the final product.

This is very exciting and I would like to thank everyone who voted and/or helped to spread the word to make it possible.

Thumbs up!

Dennis

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      matthew arnold on April 18, 2015

      This is great news Dennis. I really like having my tools on Steam, it makes moving between machines all the much easier :) Look forward to getting a Steam key when this project is "finished"m whatever finshed means lol :)

      Good luck mate

    2. Dennis Faas 2-time creator on April 16, 2015

      Thank you all. I hope to get 0.3 (which will mainly contain bug fixes like for the access violation bug) out by the end of next week.

    3. Zerotown on April 14, 2015

      Congratulations!!

    4. Sean Lindskog on April 13, 2015

      Cool, congrats Dennis! I'm sure Sprite DLight will help greenlight many great looking games down the road. So this is well deserved.