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4 comments by Upvoid on Jan 31st, 2014

It has been some time since we last posted here, but that doesn't mean we didn't make any progress since then.

We have been busy working on our engine and now have a first alpha version of our tech demo available!
Here is a first teaser of what you can expect:

We are looking for alpha testers! If you are interested in testing a very unstable first version, you can register for it here:

We are still in a very early stage of development, so
please do not expect too much gameplay at this point.

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Guest Jul 4 2014, 4:28pm says:

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katjasamuelsson May 28 2014, 3:55pm says:

Am i exited or am i exited about this game :D

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Jhoony21 Jul 9 2013, 11:13am says:

I'm in love! :] This work is gorgeous and fantastic!!

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Landman May 5 2013, 10:54am says:

This looks great. I'd be interested to check out the SDK once it's released. Always been a fan of voxel engines. Nicely done Upvoid!

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Guest May 4 2013, 9:08pm says:

simple miner looks pretty cool, how far are you going to go with it? i kind of yearn for something that is like minecraft yet isnt minecraft

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Upvoid May 5 2013, 1:19am replied:

SimpleMiner is only a small demonstration of the terrain capabilities of our engine. It was written over the course of one week, and won't be developed much further. The final game will have similar digging capabilities, but much more than that.

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PlaysGames11 May 4 2013, 2:36pm says:

This technology already exists, but make it free with a development kit would be great.

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Upvoid May 4 2013, 2:46pm replied:

Yes, that's what we have in mind. Once the engine is ready, there will be the option for other developers to create new mods and games. It will be free for noncommercial use, and require some kind of revenue share if you want to make money with it.

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Guest May 4 2013, 4:16pm replied:

ambitious and courageous, I like

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RedKorss May 5 2013, 12:26pm replied:

That is pretty much the norm for the AAA title engines. Well something like that, don't know how normal it is for indie companies. Not even heard much about Upvoid before I saw this yesterday. Just my little input.

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