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Have a question?
Robert, please check your spam folder.
Robert, I'm emailing you again.
John, I could not locate your email. Please resend.
Sorry, Robert. This is the first time I've logged into KS in a while. I'll email you.
John, it's late but yes, I would. Please contact me at drgonzo369 at gmail dot com
@Robert Wicker and @Michael Lirette, I still have 9 unopened physical copies. Would you two like one each?
So I've given up on you. I've waited, I've sent you my new addresses every time I've moved and nothing. You never reply to anything, so I'm taking that as you are done with this project and screw everyone else involved. I was excited about supporting someone local, but never again.
Soooo, still no physical copy. And I moved again.... So yeah.. .
Still no physical copy of the game I pledged on over 2 years ago....
It's been over two years since I pledged for this game. The game is complete and published, and I still don't have a copy. I am very disappointed in this result.
no digital copy received :(
Never got mine at all, and I love like an hour from the KS creator.
@Robert: I received mine back in August.
John: When did you get yours? I've never gotten my physical copy and Dystopia Games hasn't replied to any of my email for a couple of months now.
I've received a physical copy.
Did ANYONE get the physical copy yet?
sooo, any updates?
Anyone get their digital rewards yet?
There hasn't been an update for five months. This game was supposed to come out a year ago. Have any of the backers that received an indev or alpha version of the game heard anything more recently?
Is it time to pursue action to receive a refund? This guy's father is listed as "managing the money." Should we attempt to contact him?
Update to the game please.
I am also curious as to see where we the project is at. How well was the Alpha received? Any ETA for the Beta or Full Release?
As I've said previously, any update is better than no update. We know that you're busy with school and life, however, we all felt that you were worth investing in. Please show us that you are, indeed, worth investing in by providing us with regular updates and by finishing this project.
Okay, since it's been 4 months since the last update, are we allowed to ask about the project status?
We are now in April 2014, last update was December. Can we get another update to where the game is at please.
how goes it with this?
So how about that update?
The email I was using for Kickstarter stopped functioning and I didn't realize anything was going on here. I am working on an update right now. It could be posted any time in the next few days.
Okay, since it's been 4 months since the last update, are we allowed to ask what gives?
Don't think he's intentionally scamming us. But since it's past the due date, we should be getting more frequent updates.
I'm also wondering abot the status of the game. It's now the 6th of November and it's been months sincet he last update.
Also wondering about the status of the game. It has been awhile since an update was posted.
Any new update? It's been 10weeks since your comment below & the EST delivery was 7months ago.
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Barter Empire, open world RPG
Thanks for the update, its great to see its still progressing. I look forward to seeing what the final game will look like.
Just read the update. Thanks for putting one together for us. It looks good and nice to see what the world looks like.
Doyle, I have been working on the game and am currently in development hyperdrive. I have been neglecting posting an update on Kickstarter for multiple reasons, one being an academic summer camp that had me out of my house for a full four weeks. I clearly need to post an update so I will get to work on that. I can show off a few of the new things I have implemented, such as menus and the new world, as well as some new music.
I was just wondering, since it is summer now, if you have any updates for us? Have you been working on this during summer vacation? Do you have summer vacation at your school?
Any updates are better than no updates.
this was a waste of money obviously
Hmm, a claim of a new update posted by the creator... On APRIL 1st...
Jason and Robert,
School has become an issue lately with increased work loads. I am working on a Kickstarter update right now. I am also preparing to get other people involved in the game to make this move faster. Details will be in the update, which I expect to have posted by the end of today.
I have to agree with Jason Carrington. It's been almost 2 months since the last update. How is this going?
Not trying to rush you, but has been a while since we had an update. How are things going?
Amazon was unable to process your pledge to Ancient Dystopia.
This is a temporary issue, and we are working to resolve it.
It's been 10 days Amazon - figure it out :/
BTW, there are companies that charge as much as 30$ for a rpgmaker game....check out the company that makes "Laxius Force"....
Oh, and to anybody who wishes to try to create a game like this, in steam there is "RPG Maker VX Ace Lite", which is free, but comes with various limitations such as only 10 events (per map I think).
Be prepared to invest a lot of time, and to have a lot of fun. Tutorials are abundant on the internet (although many of them are for older versions like RPG Maker XP.
I agree with both of you, but anybody here who knows anything about games know this is done with RpgMaker (although by some comments, I realize some people think he built the engine from the ground up).
The point is I would like to see the end product, and how it turns out, and it is not about the money (my case, 10 bucks) and most here backed knowing it is a rpgmaker game.
I don't enjoy making games in Rpgmaker, because when you know EVERYTHING about a game, it isn't fun to play.
The only point I totally agree with you is about the physical copies, because when (and it will have) bugs are discovered, he will be unable to fix them. But, then again, nobody was forced to buy physical copies...pledge at your own risk, i would say.
Nearly 6k for an RPGmaker projector? Not too shabby. I do believe most of the support came from people impressed with your interest in game design at such a young age. That's why I backed the project. Good luck!
I'll have to agree with John B. Leaving out key information about the nature of your project to create the impression that you've built everything from scratch is dishonest to all the people who supported you.
From my personal experience and what I've seen so far, there hasn't been much effort in the creation of this game and I can't grasp why you're bothering to ask for money for disc mass production when,
1. You're not even selling the game.(otherwise you'll get hit with copyright claims left, right and center.
And 2. It would make more sense to release your game digitally for practical purposes. Like what would happen if you sent the game out to backers and it turned out to be broken, you wouldn't be able to fix it.
I've also noticed you've taken graphics straight from the internet and plugged it right into your project without giving credit what so ever to the original artists who made them. There's thousands of games that are absolutely free on sites such as http://rpgmaker.net/ that have been made with the same software, so I suggest you'll give some of them a play in order to understand why it looks so bad from my perspective. Anyhow no bad feelings o/
And 5k to YOU sir.