(This competition is over now)
Hey guys, I haven’t done any giveaways in a while, so I thought this would be a good occasion to do one. I’m giving away free Steam keys for Epic Battle Fantasy 4 and Bullet Heaven 2.
If you’re interested leave a comment about which game you want and why. Make sure to fill in the email field correctly so I can send you the prize if you win, and let me know if you would prefer a Kongregate version instead.
I’ll give out 10 copies of each, maybe more if a lot of people are interested.
This giveaway will probably run until the 26th, so you have until then!
Epic Battle Fantasy 4 is 70% off on Steam during the Exploration sale!
I can’t believe people are still buying this thing. It’s been out for ages.
I was talking to Phyrnna about translating Bullet Heaven 2, and she mentioned I could translate it into Chinese. I told her that a Chinese version would probably appear magically on its own anyway, and then I went Googling to see if Epic Battle Fantasy 4 had been translated.
And I found it quite easily! A hacked Chinese version!
So that’s a thing that exists.
Epic Battle Fantasy 4 is 70% off during the Steam Summer Sale!
If you already own it, you can gift it to a buddy or something.
Even just leaving a good review will help me out a lot. :D
Meanwhile, I’m animating the final boss of Bullet Heaven 2…
Hey guys! EBF4 is 60% off this week to celebrate the anniversary of its Steam launch!
The time went by really fast and everything went better than expected! That’s pretty cool.
Someone’s working on an EBF4 mod for Binding of Isaac: Rebirth!
That’s pretty cool! Go throw some nice comments at them so they keep working on it!
More Pictures: http://imgur.com/a/RVELm
Title says it all.
Also, I’ve been playing Smash 4 non-stop since it came out.
My 3DS friend code is 3823-8704-3642, so add me if you want, but my friend list is almost full…
Hey guys, for those of you who use Steam, you’ll have noticed that they rolled out a lot of updates recently, and some of them are pretty cool!
The new music player let’s you listen to game soundtracks for whichever games include those. EBF4 includes the soundtrack, for anyone who hasn’t noticed yet. :P
The Steam store has also been changed a lot, and uses different methods for showcasing games now. User review scores are now featured more, which is great for me, because EBF4′s reviews are 98% positive! (almost 99% actually, but they’re rounded down. :P )
Developers have new stats pages, so we can track where store-page traffic is coming from. Pretty cool, and Valve even say that they’re okay with sharing these stats publicly. Here’s my stats for the first 3 days after the update, for any developers who may be interested in comparing:
The update’s resulted in a little boost in sales so far, so hopefully that keeps up.
Oh yeah, one more thing. A lot of people still have EBF4 on their wishlists, and I’d like to do a discount soon-ish. What sort of discount are you guys waiting for?