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One Finger Death Punch
Greenlit - Thank you
December 5, 2013 - Silver Dollar Games
Thank you all so very much for all of your comments, discussions, and support. Thanks to all of you we were able to be greenlit. We know the green light process is not as difficult as it first was many months ago, but it was still quite a journey for us.
We made the game available on Desura, notonsteam.com, shinyloot.com, groupees.com, indiegamestand.com and bundle-in-a-box.com. We also made a lengthly demo that I hope you all had a chance to try.
The game has incredible reviews and was covered by so many awesome people via podcasts and blogs. There was even a Eurogamer tournament that included One Finger Death Punch.
One Finger Death Punch was the grand prize winner of the 2012 Dream.Build.Play competition.
After all that and your amazing support we finally got greenlit.
We know the game doesn't visually impress on the surface and it's going to be a hard sell to the majority of Steam users, but the gameplay is solid and the fun factor is definately there. We sincerely hope that One Finger Death Punch has a place on Steam in today's market and we look forward to releasing it in the coming months. We're looking forward to adding Steam achievements. I think that's going to be a lot of fun.