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Samurai Jack Nov 20, 2017 @ 1:49pm
The website is back, is there hope?
There's actually something at Steamhammer.us again. Not much, just the front page, but it's not blank anymore. Did someone pick the game up or is this just a fluke of web hosting?
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Zamana Nov 20, 2017 @ 10:39pm 
I just started playing Today. I'm very interested in the future of this game. Any word from the Dev's would be appreciated.
Damien Nov 21, 2017 @ 11:53am 
Its such a sad waste, the game is really good but as always the steam generation just expects a game to be instantly working while still under development. Was easyily playable last time i played (few month back) dont know where all the salt came from XD
Velvet Elvis Mar 8, 2018 @ 5:55am 
Nerdbane I think they want some communication. Care to revisit your optimistic statement now that it has been months since the devs have said anything or put out a patch?
Caduryn Mar 8, 2018 @ 6:55am 
Originally posted by Sir.Nerdbane:
Its such a sad waste, the game is really good but as always the steam generation just expects a game to be instantly working while still under development. Was easyily playable last time i played (few month back) dont know where all the salt came from XD
Last update June 2017 AND YOU ASK where the Salt comes from?!?

Btw for me the Website is pure blank....


Oh wait.... nice Necro @Velvet Elvis..... LOL
Last edited by Caduryn; Mar 8, 2018 @ 7:00am
Damien Mar 14, 2018 @ 5:55am 
wow you came back to an old comment...... get a life. I said give it a chance.... chance has been had... Not like you have proven anything lol
mcluod Mar 20, 2018 @ 7:43am 
No point in misleading people by raising false hopes either.
Samurai Jack Mar 20, 2018 @ 9:08am 
I'm amazed this thread keeps getting resurrected 4 months later. o.O
MycroftCanadaNS Apr 9, 2018 @ 9:23am 
Originally posted by Sir.Nerdbane:
Its such a sad waste, the game is really good but as always the steam generation just expects a game to be instantly working while still under development. Was easyily playable last time i played (few month back) dont know where all the salt came from XD

The developers running away is not on us, get that straight. The dev's banked on people purchasing the game due to the game engine purchased from the dev's who have created LiF.

These dev's just up, and took off, and shut things down without a word to anyone, and in my eyes deserve nothing.

In fact Valve should make an example of them, and have them refund every dollar they have earned, and then remove the game from steam. These dev's can NEVER be trusted.

Because of people like you who blame us instead of crooked developers is the reason why we have so many games not being finished, and so many crooked developers milking the community with absolute garbage.
Last edited by MycroftCanadaNS; Apr 9, 2018 @ 9:24am
Inquisitioner Apr 29, 2018 @ 9:14am 
I followed the kickstarter for this, boy did I dodge a bullet for deciding not to back it.
crazycupmuffin May 4, 2018 @ 2:25pm 
Great example as to why you should always be cautious of EA titles.
A major problem for me at the start was, it was more like work, than real work playing this game.
When a developer 'purposefully' puts in a mechanic that makes even your workbench break.......then you know it's not going to go down so well lol.

When creating a videogame, you are supposed to constantly ask the question, 'Is this fun?'
These guys didn't stop to ask that enough.
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