9 Days Left, New Interview and Screenies
9 days to go and we are 20% funded. Though it doesn't look like we will meet our funding goal in just over a week, we are going to keep pushing forward and we appreciate those of you who have stuck with us and continue to encourage us and help spread the word! If we got a major outlet or two to pick up our story, things could change, but we haven't caught that break yet.
Many of you are probably wondering what happens next. We do have a few back up plans in place and will definitely keep you all in the loop of how we decide to move forward. We still need funding, so we will continue to pursue our options!
Latest Interview with Chris Wightman
Dolores at RX6 Gaming was nice enough to contact us last week for an interview regarding the development of Astral Terra. You can read that interview HERE.
We are up to over 7,000 Yes votes and up to 88% of the way to the Top 100! If you haven't checked out the Steam Greenlight page, please take a look, vote us up, and let your friends know! Every vote counts!
We were excited to see two of our friends and fellow Kickstarter campaign founders(Bloom:Memories and Deathfire:Ruins of Nethermore) be accepted to Greenlight yesterday! Congrats to them and we hope to follow suit in coming weeks!
2013 Indie of the Year sponsored by Desura
The 4th Annual Indie of the Year Awards nominations have begun over at Indiedb and we need your vote! There are over $15,000 in prizes up for grabs and only 5 days left until the first round ends.
Other Projects to Check Out
Festival of Magic
Snowcastle Games based in Norway has an exciting project with Festival of Magic, an original adventure rpg where players both fight and farm their way to glory. A demo is already available and they have also recently been Greenlit on Steam! Pay their project a visit :)
Canadian studio Jellyfish Games has a really cool and unique project called Astrobase Command which is a procedurally generated sandbox base building RPG set in a 70’s sci-fi setting. Check it out!
Lastly, here are a few new screenshots highlighting resource gathering for two different materials(solangoma from one of our plants and wood from a tree). Let us know what you think and gratitude for your support!