Ancient Frontier

Ancient Frontier

The Crew - FREE DLC is now LIVE!

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Kamedake May 6 @ 7:07pm 
Thanks for the update! Been waiting for this and I'm glad you guys didn't ditch us =P
PennyReviews May 4 @ 3:02pm 
Thank you for a fantastic update! It is great that you are giving away so much new content for free so long after the game launched. You all are great devs.
Sheepify May 4 @ 11:01am 
Somehow I missed the DLC launch... so, a bit late, but a heartfelt "thank you."

I'll have to pen in some playing time with Ancient Frontier again now that we have all this shiny new (and free!) stuff to mess around with :)
*NUNI* May 2 @ 11:29am 
Spanish language pls
Jean-Luc May 1 @ 3:19pm 
Thanks, finally started playing it.
Christian May 1 @ 8:52am 
Well thank you for providing us with some new content... I have been a bit lacking in playing the game.. mainly because a feeling of being to simplified ( just a feeling I don't have the hours to backup that statement ;) ) and to many other nice and cute games but i'm planning to take a good look at your game in the years to come :D
ElCanaya May 1 @ 7:37am 
spanish language? skirmish mode? no lineal game please...
WollieG May 1 @ 7:33am 
Well until this changes then NO BUY and will not recommend this. It takes one save from your game to corrupt the registry.

I have thousands of games, i still need to see another one saving into the registry instead of in its own save folder. You go on as if all or most games save there which is bogus.

You could also change your game save system for new clients, you could also change it that its save game compatible and if existing client starts new game, then use the proper new save system.

Anyway its clear in your response your not willing to listen or change, just note you will lose sales because of this.
FairWeatherStudios  [developer] May 1 @ 6:59am 
So, we have addressed this several times. We are using a default system in Unity. We do not access the registry often. This is a system that is used in thousands of published games. This game has had several hundred thousand hours played across all users without issue. The game does not save often. Many other popular Unity games also access the registry. It does not access any boot files of the registry. Only in Windows XP or older operating systems is the registry not seperated where this could even potentially be a problem. And we can't rewrite the save system of a published game without losing all of the current saves of all our customers.
WollieG May 1 @ 6:07am 
How about changing your save system and stop using the Windows REGISTRY for saving. I cannot stress how dangerous this is with continued saving and access to registry. You have the potential of actually corrupting the registery and causing the user to have to reload his pc again. Any people reading this and not yet have the game, think carefully about this, if you want game saving to your registry and potentially corrupting your registry because it will access it often, then go ahead and buy the game, otherwise stay away until dev decides to create own save folder etc and not accessing your registry all the time.