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Post by Eorl @ 01:17pm 08/01/14 | 2 Comments
Indie developer Chucklefish Games has announced that their still in-development 2D sandbox space side-scroller Starbound has hit it big with Steam Early Access, scraping in at just over one million copies sold since going live on December 4th last year.

Currently Starbound is available through Steam's newest Early Access category, allowing those eager to put up with incomplete content and game-breaking bugs the chance to try their hand at helping developers fix the game as they progress through development cycles. With this newest information it seems there has been enough eager players to forgo the bugs in order to get their hands on the new game, which is always good to hear.

This isn't the first success that the dev team has experienced, previously running an early funding promotion. That proved to be highly successful and generated millions for the company even before the Steam early access launch.

Those eager to jump in on the action, and we do warn you that it is an Early Access title so do be prepared for bugs, can find the game available through their official website.

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Posted 10:11pm 08/1/14
It's a real shame it's made me absolutely hate the game to the point I have told every single one of my friends it's a piece of s***. Ooops.
Posted 10:16pm 08/1/14
I found it to be awfully repetitive and can't see how, with their current progress plan, they are going to change that.
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