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Steam release?

A topic by Simple John created 193 days ago Views: 887 Replies: 5
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Will this game be released on Steam?

That would be great, in my opinion, to attract players outside the US to buy the game, since it will be in a currency that they are familiar with.

If that happens, I'm sure I would buy it.

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It doesn't really matter, we can always get it from paypal.

Developer (Edited 1 time)

Eventually I'd like to get it on Steam, but I think it still needs a lot more work before I'd consider putting it through the Steam Greenlight process.

Like Chilling mentioned, I think checking out with Paypal will show you how much it'll cost in your local currency type? At least I hope it would.

Thanks for posting this. I actually just registered to ask about the timeline regarding MewnBase. I can see from that comment that you feel you have a long ways until it if ready for a full release.

Do you have any estimates as to when MewnBase will be:

1. ready for Steam Greenlight and / or Early Access?
2. ready for full release?

When I see a version number as low as this one, it makes me think it has at least a year, likely longer, before full release. Your thoughts on my queries above?

Developer

Honestly I have no idea. I've just been working on it in my spare time over the last year. Could very well be another whole year before I think it's "done". Best I can tell you is like: by summer 2017, it would be nice to be able to get it up up on Steam Early Access... but that totally depends on how far it's come along by then.

I was (very naively) thinking back in the summer that I might try and get it through Greenlight before the end of 2016. That obviously isn't going to happen. There's a few more major chunks of the "core game" that I still need to figure out and implement before I think it'll be ready for Steam.

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Thanks for the response. Not what I was hoping for, but I much prefer the truth rather than a response such as 'it's coming' like some devs would do. Good luck with your project!