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Recs Oct 24 2013, 12:53pm says:

Nice, I'm really enjoying your game after looking hard for a good portable roguelike. I hope you will implement something similar to the brogue monkeys down the line.

+3 votes   news: Pixel Dungeon 0.5.4 released!
Recs May 21 2012, 2:34pm replied:

this happens to me as well. win 7 64 bit.

I have the latest java and other java games run fine.

+1 vote   news: Survivors of Ragnarök - 17
Recs May 11 2012, 3:29am says:

is it in your plans to change a little the save folder system with all the chunks and maybe let us set where to place the save folder in the game options?

+1 vote   news: 3079 Update -- Energy Shields & More!
Recs Apr 26 2012, 4:02am says:

nice update, the changelog on desura shows many other fixes as well.

+1 vote   news: Towns 0.45 has been released!
Recs Mar 21 2012, 4:29am replied:

you should check the blog. two weeks ago no official alpha for GDC, this week no alpha for a flu caught at GDC.

on the official forum there is a build for two weeks ago, anyhow.

+4 votes   game: Overgrowth
Recs Mar 13 2012, 8:59am says:

I am interested in preodering, and read about the steam and impulse support. are there any chances of a similar deal for desura?

I ask mostly for the linux support that desura offers.

+3 votes   game: Overgrowth
Recs Mar 6 2012, 6:56am replied:

it happened to me too.

I landed on a roof with a fighter right at the end of the initial free fall. are we supposed to get some kind of authorization for using these?

+1 vote   news: 3079 Update out -- Mini fighters & more!
Recs Mar 3 2012, 5:56am says:

great news.

I really hope you develop a viable single player as well as a great multiplayer. I tried it and it's a very interesting game mode.

+4 votes   news: Zombie Fortress Single-player released
Recs Feb 23 2012, 12:31pm says:

bought it even if I already owned towns. nice bundle.

+3 votes   news: The Alpha Funding Collection
Recs Feb 17 2012, 6:16am says:

great news, I like how the game is growing regularly.

+2 votes   news: Towns 0.41 mini-preview
Recs Feb 9 2012, 9:25am says:

keep in mind that the game is in its early development. there's not much gaming in it for now, you just play a bit around with the engine.

the potential is there, I'm really looking forward to the new stockpile/crafting system and further developments in the dwarf jobs/stats.

+2 votes   news: Survivors of Ragnarök - Evidently We Run On Our Own Time... (Alpha XV)
Recs Jan 31 2012, 3:10pm says:

I don't think I'll buy this. I was disappointed the last one didn't have desura support and already own world of goo and osmos from previous bundles.

I might have bought it just for support and goo on android, but not after the lack of support from the developers on the last one.

+3 votes   group: Humble Bundle
Recs Jan 23 2012, 3:18am says:

I tried out the demo and the game seems to be coming along nicely. I think I'll wait for the beta or the final to buy it though. Keep up the good work.

I would like to see a greater degree of automation on some tasks, less micromanaging.

+2 votes   game: Towns
Recs Jan 23 2012, 3:18am says:


+1 vote   game: Towns
Recs Jan 10 2012, 1:32pm says:

just bought the game.

the multi is fine and in expansion, I hope that they introduce a PvE that is as good and maybe allows even a little bit of single player.

+1 vote   game: King Arthur's Gold
Recs Jan 3 2012, 11:49am says:

is the update live yet?

+2 votes   news: Survivors of Ragnarök - The Year of the Dragon
Recs Dec 14 2011, 11:46am replied:

even if it wasn't in a bundle, all steam games get discounted. just wait for the next big sale. so, especially if you're not playing it right away, it's always "burned money" to buy full price, unless you want to support the developer by willingly pay more.

+5 votes   group: Humble Bundle
Recs Dec 14 2011, 4:44am replied:

"your money is worthless, even if you supported the game dev and got the game on the first day for a much larger price, cause now everybody can have it for much less"

That doesn't make any sense. If you are paying the game full price to support the developer, what does it matter if it is getting discounted in a steam sale or included in a bundle? Does that take your money away from the developer?

Actually you should be happy if the sales increase and the developer gets even more money and support for future projects or to continue working on his game. Otherwise you just wait that the proce drops to buy, and don't whine about "supporting the developer". Nobody points a gun to your head to buy a game on day one.

For example I bought both Project Zomboid and Survivors of Ragnarok on Desura to support the platform and those games. But I also know that thay are bound to be included in a bundle sooner or later, and I will probably buy them again. It is no a secret that bundles and discounts happen often and soon, especially for indie games, after release (or even before).

+4 votes   group: Humble Bundle
Recs Dec 13 2011, 3:55pm says:

I tried asking in the humble bundle chat if there where any plans on desura keys, but had no reply.

It would be great, I love using desura on linux and really like it to manage all my games there.

+5 votes   group: Humble Bundle
Recs Dec 12 2011, 2:13am says:

I contacted puppy games to ask about the latest update.

Does anyone have any info on that?

+2 votes   game: Revenge of the Titans
Recs Dec 10 2011, 6:33am says:

Just wanted to say that the desura version seems to have a problem with openjdk on linux.

The version downloaded from the developer's site seems to work fine.

Keep up the good work.

+3 votes   game: Project Zomboid
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