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Somnea is going well but we need your help and support to complete it.

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Hello everyone! It's been a while since I posted a new article. It's because we were working mostly on the law part and the financial aspect of the game, that is important yet difficult and long since we are all more tehcnicians than lawyers. That's why we and haven't lot of new productions to show and didn't write anything.

After a small time searching on the Internet, we finally managed to find something we find a good compromise for indie studios with the website KissKissBankBank (the french alter ego of Kickstarter).

For those who don't know this websites yet, it is quiete a good solutions for indie devs because it allows to get funds, keeping the total control and autonomy during the production. Furthermore, it keeps a warrantly of refunding for the peoples that backs you if you don't get what you need.

We were glad they accepted our project a few days ago and we start raising funds since there. Well, all this to say that, in order to release our game, we need your supports to buy licences for a commercial use of our softwares (Flash, Flash Builder and Photoshop). We know a few of you speaks french, that why we made a small video to explain everything about how this site works in detail and translate what we can offer you for your
financial help.

Thank you for reading, for continuing tracking us and we will soon be back with lots of new stuff to show.

The IronHorse Factory team


"Your name in the credits" seems rather stupid. People shouldn't be donating to have their name in the credits, but rather to support your project.
The early access and the extra goodies are more than enough.

Anyway, good luck!

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M.Brunet Author

No, of course, we don't want people to support us to have their names in the credits, but the least we can do is to publicly thank them in the credits to participate. Our goal here is more to give goodies related to the game in exchange of participation than to sell them.

Anyway, thanks.

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