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Minimon 3D
Minimon got the Greenlight!
May 28, 2014 - Sushi

Thanks everyone for your votes!
I think the new mod feature revealed this week really pleased many people.

I will now finish the second region of the game, so that when the game is released, there's already lots of content to play (expect at least 40 to 60 hours of the main quest!).
Some tweaks also need to be made in the server software so that it can handle a larger number of players.

Meanwhile I will also make some user friendly tools to create game content, so that anyone interested in making their own worlds can start as soon as possible.

Expect the game to be release this summer. If you have any suggestion or request about the game, leave a comment or send me a message!

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Superior Jun 25, 2014 @ 2:26pm 
This summer, great.
AustNerevar May 29, 2014 @ 4:34pm 
Just a reminder that you can also talk about this here, at the Minimon subreddit:

I don't want to steal away any activity from this page, but if you have any in-depth discussion ideas that you feel may be more suited for a Reddit atmosphere, feel free to join. Or just subscribe so that you won't miss out on any future news items. The main idea is to promote discussion and activity around this game.

SO glad this got the Greenlight. I think I voted for this earlier in the year and was getting worried that it wouldn't happen, but it seems like the mod support announcement did some good for this game. Definitely a thing to look forward to, to have open mod support. I can't think of any situation in which mod support is a bad thing.
saturnoyo May 29, 2014 @ 10:20am 
Great! Please, keep us updated.
Sushi May 29, 2014 @ 3:06am 
Sure, I will consider it! Thanks for your help :)
Djini May 28, 2014 @ 8:37pm 
I would really consider Steam Early Access, even though you've already done beta testing, you could just call it "Steam pre-release" testing ;)

Really though, Early Access will give you a wider range of feedback from a lot more players, and can help fund for finishing up everything you need to finish in the game and add/change what the community is suggesting for you.

You don't even really need to be in Early Access that long, because you get almost all of your feedback within the first few weeks.

Truthfully I just want the best for this game, as I've seen plenty other games that got Greenlit making the mistakes of releasing before the game could be considered done (even though the game was on another platform, Desura for example). It was tragic for us consumers, I felt cheated of my money, and the developer got a bad reputation from the community.

Just keep Early Access in consideration please, I really think it would be the best for the game.
Sushi May 28, 2014 @ 4:58pm 
Thanks Sweatshirt!
That is a good question, in fact, if I went with Steam Early Access, I could probably start it very soon (just depends on how much time is required to fill all documents and stuff).
However one of the main reasons for doing it, obtaining feedback before the full release, I'm not sure, for one reason, there was already a big beta testing that start last year, after the first playable versions and I already got lots and lots of feedback. Right now I have a list of things that need to be fixed and others that need to be finished. So I think I will opt for a full release, hopefully in a few months :)
Djini May 28, 2014 @ 4:20pm 
Congrats, you earned Greenlit status! Will you be going to Steam Early Access or fully releasing?