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The game is on hiatus, here's why and what to come of it.

Posted by Graylord on Apr 25th, 2012

This should have been said a long time ago, and I apologize.

The game didnt't work out. I was too new when I began, and it ended up where I had to continously replace the work I had previously done, because I the methods I were using weren't appropriate.
Essentially, everything except the level and the models was as if I had done no work, despite having worked on it for about a year.

There's however not only bad sides to this.
I am using my new and much improved knowledge on a new project. And it's coming along very nicely.
A page for it will be made for indieDB soon.

I will also one day probably restart Settling Revenge, as I still wish to create a game with this setting and this gameplay combination. Some day.

I hope there's no grudge, and see you out there soon!

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Bucken
Bucken Apr 26 2012, 8:08am says:

Oh, there is a grudge...

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Graylord
Graylord Apr 27 2012, 8:47am replied:

I'm sorry if you feel that way.

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Mckiller2
Mckiller2 Apr 26 2012, 6:39pm says:

I think you should release what you have done so far, just so you wont leave a bad taste

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Graylord
Graylord Apr 27 2012, 8:47am replied:

The latest download IS that version.

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ZeusLT
ZeusLT Apr 27 2012, 5:50am says:

Or just restart it :bad poker face:

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tomche
tomche Apr 27 2012, 2:47pm says:

was very much looking forward to this game :( but hoping to see your new project on here soon and u restart this project one day :)

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zwedizhfizh
zwedizhfizh May 2 2012, 8:26pm says:

Damn... ah well. Good luck on future ventures! I'll be sure to follow them.

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