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Hiro Fodder: A Blue Hope is an uproarious yet heartfelt and story-driven retro RPG influenced by the 16-bit era SNES classics.
302 backers pledged $13,048 to help bring this project to life.

The RPG Primer: A step-by-step GUIDE now on Steam Greenlight

Posted by Robert DellaFave - Member, Mutant League (Creator)

Big news over at Divergent Games this morning. We have submitted our game: The RPG Primer: A step-by-step GUIDE to Steam Greenlight. 

This game is in a nearly completed state, and is scheduled for release in late-first quarter 2017. Again, we'd like to thank you for your patience. Starting over with a smaller project took some pride swallowing, but we know now it was for the best. I am actively working with a dedicated and professional team. We've had no recent turnover, and work output has been great. 

We would greatly appreciate an upvote on this project, found here: (free Steam account required).

We would also like to humbly offer a drm free version of the game to all of our backers upon release. Let this serve as a modest thank you for your pledges and kind words throughout the years.

Next up, will be Hiro Fodder, as I feel we are well-positioned to finally conquer that game.

Also, if any of you are EoE backers, we'd like to offer the game for free to them as well. Help spread the word on their page. I would myself, but I only met them after their campaign had ended.

Thanks again, and happy upvoting



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      Thanks for the update and the offer! Best of luck with the greenlight campaign.

    2. Robert DellaFave - Member, Mutant League Creator on

      Thank you. All they have to do is message me, by clicking the button at the bottom of this post. I can also be reached directly at

    3. Jeremie Lariviere

      cool, thanks for the update

    4. Grégory Bernal on

      Upvoted! Thank you Robert and your team! :)
      As a backer for EoE, I forwarded this update on their comments page:
      I don't know if people who have not backed a project can comment on it, so how can they get in touch with you once it is ready?