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Post by Eorl @ 10:02am 03/09/14 | 2 Comments
The rather ambitious dinosaur-based survival game The Stomping Land has been removed from sale on Steam Early Access, following months of inactivity by developer SuperCrit.

Since its debut through Kickstarter where it raised nearly six times it s original $20,000 goal, the survival game soon launched on Steam Early Access in May to a price point of $25. Once the game was available through Steam the developer updates dried up, causing concern for those had backed the Kickstarter and purchased the game. This prompted the developer to respond on July 14th confirming that The Stomping Land was still in-development, then subsequently announcing they would quit posting on Steam.

"I am stringing the community along. I don't want that. You don't want that. So I'm not going to continue doing that," the rep said before bowing out. Fundora, an ex-Skyrim animator, has been AWOL since then, neglecting to update the game's forums with any word as to its progress. Earlier reports suggested that the developer was moving the game over to the Unreal Engine 4, though I'm not quite sure why that would reason for the pulling of Steam Early Access.



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ytime
Posted 10:11am 03/9/14
Kickstarters in a way are link grants given out by the government. Their assessment criteria takes into account not only skill/past experience but the feasibility of a project.

People are either retarded or there is not enough information about the developers to make a proper assessment.
Melrick
Posted 02:42pm 03/9/14
Another kickstarter project that goes nowhere. Let me put on my surprised face.
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