This game has been Greenlit by the Community!

The community has shown their interest in this game. Valve has reached out to this developer to start moving things toward release on Steam.

Genre: Adventure
Platforms: PC, Mac, Linux
Languages: English
Players: Single-player
Jun 15, 2013 @ 5:55am
Nov 12, 2013 @ 10:46am
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Harvest is Greenlit!!!
HARVEST is a Graphic Adventure similar to Snatcher, Phoenix Wright. Set in the future, you play as a detective searching for answers.

HARVEST is a 2D Graphic Adventure Game. Everything in Harvest is operated through menus. Basic commands are used, such as Look, Investigate and Move. You can also go into your item menu to use tools to aid in your investigation. There will be actions sequences throughout the game as well.

In the future, a chemical war took place leaving 99% of the Earth's population unable to produce offspring.
The remaining fertile humans are crucial to the survival of mankind, however they begin to disappear mysteriously.
You will play as a detective in Detroit working to solve the case and help save the world from human extinction.

- Beautifully painted, Hi-Resolution artwork

- Engrossing gameplay and story written by Paul Franzen -

- Digitally-Orchestrated soundtrack-

- Fully voiced cast of characters -

Amazing composer Rich Douglas will be laying down the music and sound design for the game. Rich is very talented and has worked on many great projects, such as Shadowgate, Stan Lee's Verticus, Lifeless Planet, and Castle Dracula.
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gondefire33  [author] Sep 27 @ 9:46am 
Im only one person, who is trying my hardest to get things done. It takes time and when people keep dropping out of the project it just keeps pushing things back.
Santo Sep 25 @ 1:38pm 
At this point I think it's safe to say that the game will not be released and that there will be no refunds, lol.
Junkhead Aug 19 @ 10:17pm 
What's up with this game? It was supposed to be released back in February and I know he had some programmer issues but we haven't heard anything in several months.
Deckard May 31 @ 2:36pm 
Good to see an update. In regards to your question on Kickstarter, my vote goes in favour of a full release over episodic style.
RadKit May 13 @ 12:10am 
I'm still pumped for this game. Glad to hear things are on track.
gondefire33  [author] May 11 @ 7:01pm 
Sorry for the late replay, Update posted on the Kickstarter with what's been going on with Harvest and Also the website move to
Had some issues but things are moving forward again.
xerox2k2 May 6 @ 5:35pm 
I agree with santo,if your office burned down or you mother is in the hospital or something just tell us.we're human we understand you're 2 or 3 person team working part time and not a mega corporation and delays can happen. it's when you take the money and disappear off the face of the planet for months that it gets people upset.

from the beginning I said there should be atleast byweekly progress updates to the investors,just saying what been accomplished since the last update and if you're still on schedule (you know standard project management stuff).people are very understanding when they know what's going on.
Santo May 2 @ 2:07pm 
according to kickstarter estimated release was scheduled for february, but there haven't been any updates since late march. the homepage that's listed on kickstarter; "" is down as well. delaying a game is one thing, but outright disappearing for 2 months without a word anywhere on what's going on isn't really fair considering this product has been crowdfunded.

with that said, and implying the dev has an eye on this site, an update would be well appreciated.
matz8472 Feb 26 @ 9:21am 
I´m really looking forward to see this game on steam. Really loved Snatcher, which - lacking of a Mega CD - I only played on an enulator.
skulz87 Feb 19 @ 7:21pm