Right now I am working as a software specialist in the oil industry and at nights I am developing the next hit game Ragnorium with a much better experience that I have obtained from Pixel Piracy in 2014 and from the Pixel Privateers in 2016.
Some of you really want to see new updates to the Pixel Piracy and perhaps redesign and performance boost to the endgame, but the situation I am in currently does not make it possible for me to make any updates to the game. I am an ambitious man and I am planning to move on and I want everyone else to move on with me.
I really wish haters would stop hating Pixel Piracy and leave the bandwagon of hate and focus on the future as I told earlier. Unlike Quadro Delta, I have ZERO tolerance for hate and I will be banning every single abusive toxic member who crosses the line of fine criticism. Some of you don't know what I had to go through and what it feels to be betrayed by the partner
, making games is more than just writing code as there is more variables involved. Where are the other people who helped me with the Pixel Piracy? (I am not speaking about Re-Logic here)
Ragnorium is a one-man show and this game will define me for the years to come and I will not let other people come on my way this time around to tamper with my dream. Today you judge me based on Pixel Piracy and in 2018 you will judge me based on the Ragnorium.
You send resources and colonists to the alien planet and try to establish a self-sustainable colony. The game is 3D and it's going to be released in 2018 or 2019. You as a consumer, in the end, will decide if the game is worth your time and money. You will watch some videos on youtube and maybe follow the devlog and then eventually decide if you want to give this game a try or not, nobody is forcing you.
- Game Website (http://www.ragnorium.com
- Join Ragnorium discord with over 800 members (https://discord.gg/Gy65VN)
. I am on discord daily interacting with the community.
I want to leave this in the positive tone and I really wish that community will mature with me, after all, every one of us moves on and acquires new experience.