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Day One : Garry's Incident
Now on Kickstarter!!!
29 de Enero, 2013 - Stephane

Based in Montreal's growing game community, Wild Games Studio and our game designer Stephane Woods are excited to bring a whole new adventure game to the scene.

We invite you to visit the Kickstarter campaign of the most anticipated indie game FPS survival of 2013.

Kickstarter Link: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/exatogames/day-one-garrys-incident-0

6 comentarios
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Stephane 30 de Ene, 2013 a las 10:58 
[= ClayMeow =] 30 de Ene, 2013 a las 10:58 
Sounds good! I wish you luck! I'll promote your Kickstarter on OCC later today or tomorrow!
Stephane 30 de Ene, 2013 a las 5:17 
I understand! i have change my mind and add a copy of the episode one for 10$. But i can't change the 25$ pledge it's now lock.
[= ClayMeow =] 29 de Ene, 2013 a las 19:00 
I understand the purpose of Kickstarter and have actually backed five games in the past year, but compared to those games (and others I've watched), it doesn't seem you're offering enough at each tier. For example, I don't understand why the $10 tier wouldn't grant a copy of episode one, when it'd only cost $5 outside of Kickstarter. I hope I'm not coming off confrontational, I just want to see you guys succeed and produce all planned episodes, and I'm just worried that this may hinder that.
Stephane 29 de Ene, 2013 a las 18:53 
Not really, Kickstarter is a funding platform, then for 25$ you will receive, a digital copy of the Episode 1 for PC on GamerZ Rebellion or via Steam + exclusive access to the Beta + access the private discussion community + you'll appear in the credits of the game + a wallpaper of the game signed by the creator.
[= ClayMeow =] 29 de Ene, 2013 a las 18:51 
I'm a little worried that you will not reach your goal at your current pricing. Maybe it's just the wording, but it sounds like for $25, you just get access to the first episode, which seems unbelievably expensive. It was originally stated that each episode would be priced at $4.99. If in fact you're offering all episodes for $25, then you should make that crystal clear.