Author Topic: Soulblight  (Read 92536 times)

abraksil

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Re: Soulblight
« Reply #135 on: December 13, 2018, 12:06:47 PM »
When I was about to start this blog thread over two years ago I asked if there was a place in this forum where I can do it. I was directed here. I agree My game isn't 100% pure roguelike but it have a lot in common with them (and for sure is not one of thous modern roguelites or roguelike-likes ) I thought ppl here might be interested. There's a free pretty extensive demo available on steam https://store.steampowered.com/app/530930/Soulblight/ check it out maybe you'll like it.

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Re: Soulblight
« Reply #136 on: March 11, 2019, 08:32:02 PM »
It looks very nice. I wonder how this game performed on steam.

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Re: Soulblight
« Reply #137 on: January 11, 2023, 01:10:07 AM »
Hey, everybody!

Kuba from My Next Games here. It’s been a while :). Almost 4 years have passed since I stopped writing these monthly updates. Why did I stop? Honestly - It’s because I didn’t have too much to talk about. Back then we were running out of money and we were unable to continue the regular Soulblight updates like we would have wanted. In order to survive we were forced to do contract work and we didn't have too much time to create our own content.

That didn't mean we gave up on creating our own games. Whenever we had some time we’ve been brainstorming ideas for our next title. After a while we finally came up with a one we wanted to pursue. There was a problem though - even though the idea was small it was rather ambitious. As it usually is with this kind of thing we needed funds to make it happen.



Luckily we live in Poland and this place has a lot of opportunities for small indie developers like us. We took our idea and applied for various government funding programs. We were lucky enough and our concept was deemed interesting enough to get two grants.



So… Here we are. Let’s make it official :) We’re working on a new game - Hank: Drowning on dry Land. It's going to be about a vigilante named Hank who has time travel super powers. Pretty useful for fighting badguys but it's maybe not the best for his mental health. It'll be free so don't forget to wishlist so you don't miss when we release it! Here's the link.

Hank: Drowning on dry Land Steam Page: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1937880/Hank_Drowning_On_Dry_Land/


And here’s a shout out to the two institutions without witch any of this wouldn't be possible:



Until next time!
Kuba