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Hi PopSoda, we did better: Check our other games out haha, this was made in a short amount of time and with extremely limited equipment at a gamejam.  The art is original - the style is mostly because we didn't even had the drawing tablet with us. 

Try Flufftopia or Intra-System: Trust Issues - they are much more polished! Sorry for the late answer. I haven't checked my dashboard for weeks now. 

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The 1.2 version is released! Download it here :)

The 1.2 version, "Repolished, Remastered, Reporpused!" of Intra-System: Trust Issues is released :D

- Fixed a problem that crashed the game
- Added another piece of music (it's a remix made by Devon!)
- Performance improvements (loads even faster! On some systems the loading times are under 2 seconds)
- Corrected a lot of misspellings in the English version
- Changed a little bit of the text to fit the game more
- Some volumes of the voice acting were adjusted
- Changed loading screen
- Adjusted some waiting times
- Fixed an error in the English UI
- Minor stuff changed
- New loading screen (the old one isn't usable because it loads to fast)

Hey there,

after one and a half years of not updating Intra-System: Trust Issues, it will get a new update very soon on the 26th of April with a new trailer. Many little fixes, even faster start up times and so on. A big quality of life improvement and some extra content :D

Thank you, unfortunately we don't have family or friends who are capable of writing good spanish and don't have the financial ressources to pay someone.

Flufftopia is now one year old! You can get the soundtrack now :D

A new Postmortem! Almost one year later :D

That's a bummer but good luck with the release :D

Will there be a buyable version on

Hey, our games Intra-System: Trust Issues and Flufftopia both are relatively short (20-60 minutes long) and have weird and horror-ish elements (yes, the cute clicker also :D), maybe you give one of them a shot, they are both fairly experimental.

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Hey thanks, no we only have this one :D

That seems totally fine :)

Thanks for the answer

Hey, recently we got like 750 downloads and almost no views and I'm a bit concerned because we don't want to be blocked or anything because we didn't do anything to get them like a bot or something. If stuff like this happens should I get in touch with the support to erase the downloads or what is the best way to show that this wasn't our intention?


Yeah, that would have been great but we simply didn't have the time for it - thank you very much! :D

Yeah it's a great program :D Sorry for answering so late

No  problem and don't miss press :) Make a Presskit maybe! Good luck with your game :)

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We try to do everything. I will share some tips but some of them are very basic and I don't know which of them you already thought about.

Caveat: We only have free games and don't sell any (yet). So, take this with a grain of salt, I just share what worked for us and we do a lot of this before we release a game.

Write to press. Like really many people. Give them free copies, if you don't do this, they won't review your game (they might not do this anyway). Don't stay away from little blogs. You won't get much out of it but if you can be everywhere you should. Write to press that isn't in your native language (I assume it's English) and send them free copies with an English message.

Write to YouTubers and Streamers. The chance that they will pick up your game is tiny but it's possible. Our biggest spike ever (1500 downloads in two days) was with a Let's Play of a big YouTuber from Brazil (we were just lucky btw).

If you think about a Linux port - the community and press around this is often very welcoming even if the market is tiny.

Reddit was a great way at least for us to share our game. r/gaming is relatively pointless if you don't really know how to use Reddit, just use niche subreddits for your game and do not just market it - be part of the community etc.

I saw that you have a devlog - share it maybe on more platforms, if you haven't already. Long term YouTube might pay off.

And rework your trailer - we also need to figure this out but your trailer is not great. Get some inspiration from the bigger Indies - it's one of your best assets. I saw that you only used like 3 tags on your page - use all of them.

Many of these things require a lot of work so I would recommend three things:

- Get someone with an AMD CPU and Graphics Card to test your game to complete the system requirements.

- Use all the tags (and rewrite some of the description - that this game is made by one person is nice but it shouldn't be the main hook and you have some errors in the text (we often ask people who can write better English than we can to help us (we are German, still learning)))

- Write to press (and maybe rewrite your trailer before)

After that a list of things which people recommend but we don't do:

- Have a Discord (we don't have enough followers yet)

- Ads (we don't really know how it works, don't like it really and don't have so much spare money)

- Support every system possible (we don't have a Mac and don't have spare money to buy one, we don't do mobile (yet) for various reasons)

I hope this helps and good luck with Blixten Quest :D

PS: this might also help a bit :)

PPS: Did you make a Release Announcement in the Release Announcements of Itch? :D

Long time no see! Sorry – this won't happen again that soon (hopefully). Due to the fact that we were in Berlin at the A MAZE. and visited Poland after that our schedule was a bit all over the place. But we have made two videos nevertheless – first of all our new DevDiary video and second the A MAZE.-Video, check it out if you want to! :)

We make a lot of progress on different things – Angela is doing a lot for Devastated: Andrew's Dictaphone and I'm very happy with the new direction because it looks much better than the old art.

We put a lot of emphasis on animation so that the whole game should give you a vivid impression of the story.

Sure enough, we still need to start recording the voice part but at the moment I'm happy with the progress and I hope that we will release the game this month. But we don't want to announce anything yet and give it some freedom to evolve.

Angela also started learning to work with ProBuilder in Unity to help me when we will focus on 3D games – I will do everything related to more complex modelling but Angela can do the basic leveldesign and this should definitely speed up the development. I made a basic sink which is more or less finished right now and I'm practicing everyday.

It will take a bit longer but I'm really confident with this. It wasn’t really that useful when I was learning programming and would only have been applicable in the future and I had no real visual progress. With 3D modelling I can help with future progress and do visual art – something which I never had really access to. I really can't draw so 3D modelling is the best way for me to learn.

We also wanted to thank you for over 3000 Flufftopia downloads! This number is incredible and we never had expected this success. By the way – Angela also started a blog and she will report a bit broader about our progress. I often focus on one project and she thought it would be neat to have a wider perspective. You can look it up on her tumblr or on Steemit! :)

Until next week :D:)

Hey Daniel (ha, that's my name too :D), I uploaded a Linux and Macbuild - normally we only do Windows and after a week we also upload a Linux version after we tested it properly (at the moment we aren't at home and can't test it) but we don't have any testing rig at home for MacOS and I don't feel so comfortable with untested builds. Nevertheless I made an exception for you and I hope it works :'D

So we are at the A. MAZE fest right now and a mini game jam was taking place. SO we thought why not participating in a jam for the third time this month? :'D

This is SOULMORPH, a very short experience which allows you to change your soul. Or something like that. The themes we chose were
"THAT's not a REAL game!" and "What is this device?".

You can check it out >here< if you want to ♥

Our game is out now! You can download it here

After 72 hours the game jam ends now and we are very happy :D We didn't manage to include a German build and a Linux version but we will put one only after the rating ends. Our speed devlog experiment worked fine and we think that we will do it again - maybe next Ludum Dare?
We also made a video about our progress. If you want to you can watch it :D
We also wanted to have more characters, more levels, more more more but we finished it and that's the goal :)

We did it! Our Dating-Sim-3D-Platformer mashup is finished and released :D It won't take you more than 5 minutes to play it, so have fun :)

I hope you will like it!

It's Windows only and only in English but we will add a German build and a Linux version after the jam and the rating ends.

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Our next video is out now :D

We made some more models and got some sleep :D 21 hours to go - wish us luck :'D

We are making progress :D So far we have the basic level layout, some code, some objects and 2D stuff for the dating sim part :D We never did 3D before so we are a bit slow especially in regards to texturing but we learned a lot on the way. I think we will manage to complete the game in time, maybe not with Linux support and maybe not in German but completed :)

Hopefully everyone has a nice jam!

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Hey there,

Ludum Dare started and we (Daniel, @Moaning_Clock and Angela, @MadameYavi) thought it would be a neat idea to write a devlog and post one or two entrys a day :D

We also make a YouTube video about our progress everyday. You can check out the first one if you want to!

Today was a slow day for us because we went to the birthday party of my grandmother and it's a very long distance for us. We woke up ten minutes before the jam began (three o'clock in the morning in Germany) and discussed the theme in first train we took. We had ideas about a Point & Click racing game (an idea we‘ve been thinking about for quite a long time now for no particular reason), a mashup of a shooter and a dating sim, a horror tower defense game and many more. But none of them stuck with us for different reasons but then I came up with the idea of a mashup of a 3D platforming game and a dating sim with some really weird elements. This idea is perfect for us because I can make 3D models (something I started to learn recently), Angela can make 2D art for the textures and the dating part, it shouldn't be super hard to program (hopefully!) and we can expand or shrink the concept if we need to. We planned on making 3D games in the future nevertheless so it‘s a perfect opportunity to start learning! We want to release it for Windows and Linux but if we don't have enough time left for proper testing we will only make a Windows build (but add a Linux build after the jam). If we have enough time left we are also going to make a German localization but we will see how it is going.

We now have some basic 3D models, some textures and many ideas which we want to implement! We don‘t have that much to show yet though because we‘ve been on the road all day. But this will, of course, change very soon. So, wish us luck :D The next days are going to be interesting :) Until later and happy jamming!

Programs we will be using to make the game:

- Photoshop

- Blender

- Unity 2017 - Visual Studio 2017

- Audacity

- FL Studio

- Visual Studio

- Open Office

Hey folks, we changed some of the plans regarding Devastated and decided to make a narrative piece instead of a more traditional Point & Click game. It will be a bit like a walking simulator but in the boundaries of a Point & Click game. We decided this way because we simply weren't happy with the old idea anymore and that meant: change it or scrap it. We changed it and we think the new concept might be even more interesting :D

I hope the game will be finished in the next 2-3 weeks but no promises here! The title won't change and the artstyle will also stay the same. We also have a new video where we speak a bit about the development of Devastated and show some of the process how we are doing the art now :)

Also here's one of the new scenes!

The art style looks super cool!

Hey, we updated the game and have a trailer now :D

It's now localized, has more graphics and a Linux build!

As a part of the Fakejam gamejam in Berlin ( we made a little game in about 24 hours.

You can play it here:

You play as a journalist who just got a new job.
After a while you get some... special offers.

It's a very short experience with four endings for Windows :) We will make a little update in the future and will add Linux support :D

Hey, we wrote a Postmortem about Flufftopia :D We also hit the 2700 download mark on which is absolutely crazy - tomorrow, the game will be one month old :) Thank you for your support!

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This is a short and nice game I really enjoyed. It's a shame that it wasn't finished.

The whole point is to escape from your routine and your work - really nice details and thoughtful, extremely weird atmosphere. 

I think it took me about 20-30 minutes to finish it completely and even though I got a little bit motion sick it was a remarkable experience.

Hey you need to extract the .rar

This was a lovely experience, thank you for that!

I think it's Rayman 2 or Beginner's Guide for me and for MadameYavi it's Dark Souls III (this might change with the remastered version of the first one)

Hello! I thought I would write the next post for this devlog when the 1.2 is out which will be in a few weeks/months but it seems that I was mistaken. Anyway, a new update for Flufftopia is out now! Sorry, it's not an April Fools' joke, just a little update. We only wanted to change something in the credits and just push it out silently but then we thought about adding a tiny bit of content to the game. There's one typo in the German version which is fixed now and a new random fact! We also added a new worker :)

We call it the 1.1.1 and it's exactly 1 percent better than ever before! At the moment, we are working on Devastated and make steady progress. In regards to Linux we multibooted an old PC (which I recently bought from a friend) with Solus and Ubuntu (and Windows 8.1) so we have another testing machine (Flufftopia runs nicely on Solus and Ubuntu!) and aren't only relying on my little Lubuntu machine. Still we only tested the 64 bit versions but it seems this is the absolute majority of Linux users today. As we were testing we also found a little error which we fixed (nobody noticed it before). We also changed the compress format for the Linux versions from .zip to .tar.gz because it seems to fit more and afaik the permissions are saved in the .tar.gz file but not in a .zip file. Sorry, if I'm wrong – my knowledge about Linux is still limited but I'm working on it :D

We had a bug on Ubuntu regarding a part of the story where you need to type something and every input was taken twice even if you would just press one time. This seems to be a problem for Ubuntu (in other distros it runs fine) with our particular version of Unity and we simply changed the text that needs to be typed instead of fixing it (workarounds ftw :D). We could have updated Unity but this can lead to horrible outcomes so we just went the safe route. There was also another minor bug which only one person pointed out and we also fixed that.

If you haven't downloaded it yet, JUST DO IT!


- Fixed error with the second mine upgrade

- Changed the credits

- A new random fact

- A new worker

- Fixed typo in the German version

- The Linux version is now a .tar.gz file and not a .zip file anymore

- Bug fixes/workarounds

I don't know how much users are non-english at the moment but having a list on the left, like 'Misc' or 'Input Method', would be nice to make it even easier :D


Nice to hear that you already are considering in changing it :) It would be nice if you could look up the numbers of the two replaced/deleted numbers but only if it isn't a lot of work. I have the numbers from a day before and wrote the complete download numbers down after it happened and can calculate them with a margin of error which is definitely enough for the postmortem.

Does it affect the ranking when I delete a file? I think many developers would consider deleting their "Hidden Files" (and free up storage) if they would keep the statistics and would know if it affects the ranking.