Every once in a while an early access title grabs my attention, holds on, and won't let go. Sometimes these love-at-first-sight relationships end in crushing disappointment. (StarForge) Other times I get to witness the birth of something truly great. So far, Adventurezator is definitely on the "great" side of things.
The style is fantastic, from the comical art direction, to the awkward pig genitalia, the delivery just makes me smile. The whole concept of easy-to-use tools and emergent adventures is already quite enjoyable, and just screams potential. Things feel pretty polished in an "under construction" kind of way. Occassionally you run into these to-do notes where features should be. But hey, this is a game that is currently in development. You can't judge an unfinished house based on the fact that some of the rooms still need paint or furniture.
With Adventurezator's current state, in all honesty, my endorsement is mostly based on potential here. I'm confident that Adventurezator will become something amazing however, because I see none of the warning signs that other failed early access titles exhibited. Performance is good. I see all good, original assets, not purchased Unity models. The roadmap shown so far keeps things realistic, instead of promising the moon, only to ultimately fall short of it. Because of this, I think you can safely give your money to the Adventurezator guys. You'll be supporting something that I can confidently say will be well worth it.