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As stated on game page, Itch.io version will no longer be updated and all developers efforts are going toward commercial release on Steam aimed to happen next year:

"Raft will release on Steam Early Access in 2018 with multiplayer, reefs and much more new content and features! To be notified when it launches, please visit our Steam page and press 'Add to your wishlist'! We are not releasing any new updates on Itch.io as we are working towards a Steam Early Access release. To read more about this announcement, visit our Blog!"

Also from Raft FAQ on Steam page:

โ€œWill Raft release on Mac and/or Linux?โ€
We are first and foremost focusing on Windows. We would like to support more platforms in the future but due to certain parts of the game making porting more difficult we cannot at this time give any promises.

Err, you do know Raft is going commercial and will be released on Steam's Early Access next year?

http://store.steampowered.com/app/648800/Raft/

Replied to Walshy in Bug reports
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In 2018 when Raft will be released on Steam's Early Access: http://store.steampowered.com/app/648800/Raft/

Release date and price not yet decided.

There won't be further updates to itch.io version. Game is going fully commercial on Steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/648800/Raft/

Unfortunately for Mac/Linux users, the future of Raft on those platforms is uncertain.

โ€œWill Raft release on Mac and/or Linux?โ€

We are first and foremost focusing on Windows. We would like to support more platforms in the future but due to certain parts of the game making porting more difficult we cannot at this time give any promises.

Replied to Royalgamer06 in steam?

โ€œWill there be an open alpha or beta before Steam launch?โ€
There are currently no plans to have any open tests before the launch of Early Access.

As stated in the Developer's Blog Raft will be released on Steam  Early Access in 2018.

Here's the link to game's Steam Store page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/648800/Raft/

http://store.steampowered.com/app/648800/Raft/

Full game now available on Steam: 

http://store.steampowered.com/app/684570/Dr_Dungeons_MADMAN/

There is no save feature though it should take only you around an hour to complete the demo and see all there is to see.

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There won't be any. Development team that created the game as school project have since split up and development wont be continued. This is all explained on store page above.

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There is not nor will there be one. Development team split up upon graduation and development won't be continued. Just read what's written on store page, it's all explained there.

Your colonists have healing ability and there is a building you can construct that slowly heals colonists near it.

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Well, Valve is planning to replace Steam Greenlight with Steam Direct this Spring so even if they're able to put it on Greenlight, it's probably better to wait as Greenligting takes time (and 100$) and they may not be able to make it before Steam Direct comes out.

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Passing the torch would require agreement from all 6 members of the team as they share the ownership and copyright of game and assets. I'm sure they talked about continuing between themselves before they split up considering Anchored won several awards on Gotland Game Conference last year among them "the most commercially viable project" and "overall best game" awards. So if they could not get into agreement about continuation between themselves, I find it hard to believe they'd be interested to hand over the project to third party. Still it doesn't hurt to try so knock yourself out.

Best candidate to ask is probably ask Semih Parlayan who's contact information on his home page linked on the store page. He's the main programmer of Raft, another popular game on itch, btw.

Unfortunately, as explained in store description, there is not going to be further development as student group that developed it has since scattered.

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Because it's it's actually quite short (you can complete it and see all the content there is to see in about an hour) and devs did not see it as necessary at the time? Unfortunately, as explained in store description, the provided proof of concept demo is all there is and will be as the student group that made is no longer together and there is not going to be further development. Kinda shame as concept is solid.

Nope. You can complete the demo and see everything there is to see in around an hour so it's not really needed.

There is no save feature.

As explained in store description, game is released as is and there will not be further development. There is no save feature but you should be able to "complete" the demo within an hour so it's hardly needed.

Check out any of the dozens of let's play videos linked in the comments.

Buy a real dedicated graphics card rather than trying to play games with integrated graphics chip.

You could try to contact them directly to ask. Semih Parlayan is probably the best choice seeing he's still in contact with at least two of Anchored's developers thru his involvement with TeamCrew and open sourcing would require consent from everyone involved. He's also main programmer of Raft btw.

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http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/updates/310000087

The future of Feral

Some good news, and some bad news.

Its been a long time since we have updated everyone on our current situation, and we do apologize. We know there are some dedicated fans who are eager to dig right into Feral, and we are so glad we have such awesome followers! But as it stands, Feral is an extremely ambitious project for our small team, and as we have found out, takes its toll. But don't take this the wrong way - we are still very much involved in developing Feral, but... We have switched our focus to a more realistic goal, a game that's more achievable suits our small team a lot more. Once we release this, we may be able to fund the development of Feral ourselves.

May I present you with our current project:

Paperland Hunter
An arcade style top-down hunting game for mobile.

Putting a twist into the standard hunting game by crafting a world of paper, adding the element of fun through arcade style combat. Using weapons and traps such as rifles and bear traps to eventually rocket launchers and laser traps. Sell your kills at the market to earn weapon, trap and cabin upgrades.
We hope you all understand, and be assured that we have not given up on Feral.

We will erect a Paperland Hunter Facebook page soon so you can follow any updates and developments! We will also come back here to keep you updates also.
Thanks for all of your support over the years! We hope you will continue to follow us for years to come.

- Flare Point Interactive

Unfortunately, as explained in store description, Game is released as is and development is not going to be continued so there will not be save feature, settings nor any further updates.

Unfortunately there will never be a save feature or more content as game is released as is and development is not going to be continued as explained in store description.

There won't be any further stages. Game is released as is and development is not going to be continued as explained in store description

Game is released as is and development is not going to be continued as explained in store description. As such, there will never be a save feature or further updates in general.

Game is released as is and development is not going to be continued as explained in store description so there won't be Linux or any other OS versions.

Well, it's a demo and not that long at that. Unfortunately it's released as is and development is not going to be continued as explained in store description. So this is all there ever will be.

Game is released as is and development is not going to be continued. This was stated clearly in the description so as such there is not going to be save feature. The demo is not that long and you can see everything it has to offer in less than hour or so if you don't get yourself killed in the process.

Game is released as is and development is not going to be continued. This was stated clearly in the description.

Defending the island is quite doable with just the 4 settlers by building and manning towers. Just see the various youtube videos posted in the comments.

Game is released as is and development is not going to be continued. This was stated clearly in the description.

And the demo is not that long so you should be able to see everything it has to offer in less than hour or so.

As explained in store description, development is not going to be continued so don't expect further updates.

Critters can get stuck sometimes and night won't end unless all of them are either dead or leave on their own so that's probably what happened to you.

Food is automatically used from storage building (food in your backpacks, on field or on ground won't be used) and there is not save feature, nor will there be one as development is not going to be continued as explained in store description.

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You can end the demo by clicking the anchor on the island next to the elevator if you've done everything in available in the demo.

Two of the developers involved (Semih Parlayan and Andrรฉ Bengtsson) along with two other Uppsala University students have set up development studio TeamCrew (http://www.teamcrew.se/) together and already released their first full game, Frog Climbers, on Steam (http://store.steampowered.com//app/485120). Johan ร–hman, while not official member of TeamCrew, Composed the climbing music. So half of the original Anchored dev team are still at least collaborating.

From store description:

Anchored was part of a course at Uppsala University's Game Design education at Campus Gotland. The version of Anchored that is found here on itch.io is considered a vertical slice (demo or proof of concept) of what a potential fully finished game would look like. The game was finished in June 2016 and unfortunately the development of Anchored is not going to be continued.

From game description:

Anchored was part of a course at Uppsala University's Game Design education at Campus Gotland. The version of Anchored that is found here on itch.io is considered a vertical slice (demo or proof of concept) of what a potential fully finished game would look like. The game was finished in June 2016 and unfortunately the development of Anchored is not going to be continued.

There is no save feature nor will there be one as there is not going to be further development as explained in game description.

Replied to Mayt in Anchored comments

Game is released as is and development is not going to be continued as explained in store description so there won't be Linux or any other OS versions.