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Post by Eorl @ 04:08pm 25/03/14 | 0 Comments
German indie studio thesetales has confirmed that a deal to bring its procedurally generated sci-fi title Proven Lands to the Humble Store is in the works, the dev announced in a statement to Polygon.

According to the statement the studio is also currently in negotiations with a "big publisher and small publisher" alongside its plans for the pay-what-you-want Humble avenue. "We still hope to make it on Kickstarter because it is the best choice for us, obviously. But the feedback of publishers, game devs and our fans is so positive that a Humble store could be our best alternative, not only because the guys behind the Humble are great. Very exciting times. We didn't expect to have such a fan base already," said developer Rafael Wawer.
"I have a very good feeling about what we have achieved within a few months. We barely begun. With the new voxel terrain engine we add more sandbox features to Proven Lands. What do we need it for? For mining, digging, for awesome looking landscapes, for terrain animations (dunes and worms), for rivers, for sand storms, for flying isles and for asteroids (in the orbit, because this is the place where your jumpgate is) - well, actually for many awesome things."
Currently the game is available to back on crowd funding website Kickstarter, with a goal of £299,000 to bring the game to Android, iOS, Linux, Mac and Windows PC. If achieved, the plan is to launch the game on PC in Q1 of 2015 for PC, with subsequent platforms releasing later in Q2. The game has so far reached £23,060 with 18 days left, however was quickly greenlit on its first few days.













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