Create your own story amidst the dusty wastelands of the Wild West. Found cities, become a master hunter, or create your own mansion... experience the Frontier how it was supposed to be- with the power to transform it sitting at your fingertips!
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Mixed (35 reviews) - 62% of the 35 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Mar 4, 2016

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Why Early Access?

“Early Access is the key to Frontier's development- we want to work as closely as possible with the community as we progress further into the creation of the game to make sure that we provide the features you want to see the most. We'll be talking to our fans on a one-to-one basis to find out exactly what they want to have added, and our favourite/the most popular options will be brought in future updates. Because we're an indie studio, Early Access means we won't have to spend huge amounts of money to develop the whole game before showing it to anybody- with Early Access, it takes the financial issues away and will subsidise development costs (although we can still continue development in-house in the case that we don't sell many units to start with, more money just means faster development).”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“At this stage it is very hard to say how long we will be in the Early Access phase, although it's safe to say that we plan on continuing development for a long time. Frontier is a hugely ambitious concept and will undoubtedly take us some time to build, but that doesn't mean it's going to be months before it is ready to play. The first version contains a whole range of features, which we're going to build on extensively.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“The full release will eventually comprise all of our hard work, with features ranging from tobacco farming and hand-rolled cigarettes to crime and destroying or planting evidence. There are countless unique features in the future of Frontier- drinking contests, duelling, crop and cattle farming, easter eggs and even gold panning, there will be something for almost any gamer to enjoy. We have already designed the most diverse simulation of the Wild West ever imagined- now we just have to finish building it!”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“The current version is a stable and graphically impressive build which is the basis of future development. To summarise, we currently offer;

  • Core building system with over 40 different building objects
  • Resource gathering with tree chopping, mining and harvestable items
  • Early wildlife system with 6 types of animal for you to hunt (or be hunted by)
  • Basic combat mechanics (more weapons coming very soon)
  • Butchery- skin and eat any animals you kill
  • Early narcotics system- a personal hip flask with realistic drunk effects, wild marijuana plants and hallucinogenic species growing around the world
  • Base terrain- our first map, painstakingly handcrafted to impress

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“Our intentions are to increase the price as Frontier grows, so the earlier you join us, the more money you'll save! We don't have any exact pricing plans at this stage, but we want the price to reflect our progress as the game world grows and develops.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“We already have extensive plans for where the game is going next, but most importantly, we will be changing these plans based on community feedback. We are going to be working with the community throughout development- none of that dead post nonsense which the devs never read. The entire team will be actively engaging with all of our fans to make sure that there is something for everybody in the game. Come and join us in the Community Hub to meet the team!”
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October 14

Going It Alone- A Brand New Plan

Long time no see, huh?

Don't worry, we've been very busy. After missing out on the first investment, we decided to evaluate our setup and work out a way to get things rolling on our own. And I'm pleased to say that we've made a lot of changes to ensure that we can finish Frontier.

The animations were causing a lot of trouble, and we ended up in a dead end with the system we had planned. This has been rethought to make it easier to build, and while we still have to do this, we won't be running into the same issues.

From reading through the forums, it was clear that multiplayer is high on the list of what you guys want to see. Bearing this in mind, we pulled all of the art assets we wanted to keep, and scrapped every last line of code from the original project. Why? Rather than wasting time converting old systems to multiplayer early next year, and having to work out the bugs as we go, we decided to put down the project so far as one big test. We've learned a lot and won't be making the same mistakes twice.

This is what we've achieved since scrapping everything about 2 weeks ago:

  • Can host a server on your own PC
  • Can join a friend's server by IP address
  • New custom save system (no more XML for save files); .sav files for players, .svr files for servers
  • Total graphical overhaul; PBR for everything
  • Chat system on servers
  • All-new character creation system with dozens of extra options
  • Inventory system working over network; rebuilt to use lists instead of a grid, with a carry weight feature based on your stamina
  • New XP/stats system with classes in addition to the old ranks
  • Character data syncs over network

Things are moving along nicely and while we still have a lot to do, the boring parts are out of the way and we have a good base ready to build on. There are a handful of things left to sort out with the framework but that will take a couple more days at most, after which we will begin on the new animation system and start to build the systems from there (mining, hunting, etc.). The animations are by far the most time-consuming area; coding the systems will take no time at all.

But for now, let's take a closer look at what's going on.


Our plans for multiplayer are to eventually allow you to rent a dedicated server which is online 24/7, but for now we are limiting the system to self-hosted games. This means that you need to be playing for your friends to join your server, but it's free. We hope that this is a relatively short-term setup, for now though it's simply not viable for us to do this with dedicated servers. Our goal is to use the Amazon EC2 cloud to host servers, eventually.

As of now, I think our system is pretty neat. When someone joins your server, their PC talks with yours to find out info about the game. They first ask if they have a save file (when somebody saves their game the file is sent to the host and stored on their PC), and if they do then all their data is sent over and they can play. If not, they are sent to character creation. This prevents cheating by players, but the host is free to change save data, which is something we did on purpose. Save files are managed by your SteamID, which is unique, so there can be players with the same display names without any save conflicts.

Our code has been planned to keep bandwidth as low as possible so you don't need a great connection to play without any lag. The data which has to be synced will increase when we add in new systems, but we're confident that multiplayer performance will always be good, even on self-hosted servers.

The chat system is finished and lets players talk with each other at any time. It can easily be hidden or brought back up with keyboard shortcuts so it doesn't get in the way.

Other players can easily be identified by their "marker", which appears above nearby players. This shows their name, class, and rank. We haven't fully built the player class system but the idea is that players can unlock new class types as they progress. Each class has 3 levels (subject to change) which you can use to show off your achievements. For example, as you rack up hunting kills you will progress in the hunter branch and earn new designations. And if you have huge trading profits, you can unlock new trader classes to show on your marker. There is already a large variety of classes written into the system, but they won't be functional until we've built all the supporting systems so you can actually unlock them.

Graphical Update

We've mentioned PBR a few times in the past, but for those of you who don't know what it's all about, here's a brief summary. In short, PBR (physically based rendering) uses a combination of textures to push graphics to the most realistic limits. We use real-world material data to make objects shine (literally, sometimes); it's all about lighting. Wood reflects light differently to leather, and this is all taken into account to create the most realistic effects possible. The colour and intensity of light sources affect surfaces, as shown below.

Shown above is the character creation scene at 4 different times of the day. As you can see, every object changes based on the lighting, just as they do in the real world. This even applies to the plants scattered across Frontier's landscape. Speaking of which, I worked on some new techniques to create hand-drawn plants for the game, which are very performance-friendly but look complex. We'll be building a library of trees, grasses, flowers and bushes to populate the new map with.

Character Creation

Character creation has undergone a major overhaul, with tons of new options added. This is all done with PBR, too. We've also brought in stubble for the face and head as new hair options, which weren't in the first system. Eye colour can now be changed along with skin colour, which were bugged previously.

I came up with some scary-looking abominations while testing:

Hair has been thought out in a new way to let it work properly with hats. Each type of hair now has two versions; full, and clipped, which is where the top half is sliced away so it all fits under your hat. The game works out if a player is wearing a hat and then displays the correct type of hair.


We can't show anything just yet but Karsten is hard at work on the new terrain. This will replace the map everyone is used to seeing so far. This is the first sketch of the design, which is mostly accurate though the coastline has been changed slightly.

There will be distant mountains visible in the background and certain exits which are blocked by rocks and other obstacles. When we add new map zones in the future, they will be connected to these exits and the obstacles removed, so you can walk from one zone to the other without us having to build everything in one go. We'll post more updates on the map with early screenshots as Karsten progresses over the coming weeks.


We hate to keep everyone waiting, and we know that there's certainly been a lot of it, but we all agree that this is in everybody's best interests. Our reasoning is that through multiplayer there will be a whole new angle to the game, and player interaction will make the entire experience much more enjoyable. With multiplayer, we should be able to make enough sales to expand the team without the need for outside investment, and we can progress from there.

So, when is this all coming?


It all depends on the animation more than anything, and if it goes especially smoothly we can maybe think about a release around Christmas time. This is not guaranteed in any way, and it will probably take us longer, but development has been stepped up significantly. Frontier is my full-time job, and Karsten and Dazalius are spending every possible minute to ensure that we can complete our plans.

We all want to say one more enormous thank you to those of you who have stuck around through the uncertainty over the past couple of months. We've heard some concerns, and rightly so, about the devs being quiet on the forums, and as a result I will resolve to check the forums daily to keep on top of your posts. Feel free to drop a comment below with your thoughts on the new plans, or leave a message over on the forums!

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September 1


Hi all,

So, some good/bad news today. Let's start with the bad news; unfortunately, we were unsuccessful with the initial investment, however we received excellent feedback from the team at Microsoft and they loved the idea, plus stated that they agree Frontier could fill a very large gap in the market. The only thing they were unhappy with was the sheer size of the project; they believe that we're being too ambitious, though that's what I like to hear!

On the upside, I have some further investment meetings lined up. It's unlikely that we'll receive any funding for at least a couple of months, likely a little while longer, but one rejection is far from the end of the road. Crowdfunding (not Kickstarter-esque, I mean crowdfunding in larger amounts from serial investors) is also a possibility if we are unsuccessful.

We will keep working on things while sourcing funding. As expected, it will take a while with just the three of us but as always, we are not giving up and would like to remind everyone that we will do our best to make this work.

A quick note on development- I managed to fix some major issues with the new player controller so we are certainly getting somewhere. We'll let you all know when we make more progress.

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About This Game

The Wild West...

The turning point of all Western civilisation, the dawn of an era- for the first time in decades people could leave their hard lives all over the world with the hopes of becoming rich beyond their wildest dreams.

Do you want to make money out of the gold rush? Or do you have other plans in mind? No matter! Whatever you want to do, you will be able to do in Frontier! Currently in Early Access, we have huge plans for development and a dedicated team who is ready to bring you a steady stream of updates so you're always finding new features to discover. With everything from tobacco farming and cigarette rolling to crime fighting and destroying evidence in the works, we are working towards creating the most diverse simulation of the frontier movement ever imagined for gamers to experience!

But what's it all about?

Frontier is whatever you want it to be. The current version already brings you a robust building system, resource gathering, stunning graphics with PBR textures, a huge map (which is tiny in comparison to the final world we're constructing), 6 types of animal to hunt, alcohol to keep you entertained on your travels, wild hallucinogenic plants to harvest and consume, a butchery system so you can skin dead animals, plus a beautiful and dynamic weather simulation.

But this is only the beginning.

Frontier is in it's infancy. Over the next few months, the game will grow to include countless new features, including intelligent NPCs to populate your cities, a detailed economic simulation, and an enormous and lore-rich environment, just to name a tiny amount of what we have planned.

Our designs revolve around player freedom. We want to put the world in your hands, giving you complete control over how you live your life in the Wild West. Create settlements and manage your people, become a cattle baron and make your fortune, compete in drinking contests in one of your own saloons, trade goods, fight outlaws, rob banks and engage in the hundreds of activities we have planned!

Upcoming Features

You're probably wondering exactly what we have in store for you. Well look no further, here is a brief summary of some of our more unique future updates. This list is not comprehensive, and is subject to change (with the guidance of the Steam community, although we fully intend to include everything on this list);

  • NPCs- A wide range of intelligent characters to settle your towns, spend money in your shops and interact with you throughout the world
  • An authentic arsenal stocked with period-correct weaponry, carrying everything from Winchesters to Gatling guns
  • Many more blocks for our building system, allowing you to create expensive, upscale mansions and cozy campsites
  • Enormous, lore-rich map system for you to explore, with different areas bringing their own environments and wildlife
  • Diverse activities system, bringing you everything from drinking contests and shooting challenges to bar brawls and bounty hunting
  • Indepth "Vice" System- New drugs to harvest and create, illegal activities to take part in for quick cash, and even poker tournaments

Community Involvement

Community involvement is going to be key to the development of Frontier. We want to know exactly what you like and don't like, and exactly what you want to see brought to the game in future updates. The team will be talking to players to hear their opinions and suggestions, and we openly welcome you to come and talk to us on the discussions forums or in our official Steam group.

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 7 (Will Work With Older Versions But Not Recommended)
    • Processor: 2GHz Dual-Core
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 9 1GB GPU
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: Onboard, No Additional Sound Card Required
    • OS: Windows 8/10
    • Processor: 3.5GHz+ CPU
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: DirectX 11 2GB+ GPU
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Storage: 500 MB available space
    • Sound Card: PCIe Sound Card For Extra Gaming Immersion
    • Additional Notes: Can Ran Smoothly With Max Settings
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45 of 62 people (73%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
0.9 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 4
I am going to throw my hands up and say, I support this game.
It’s a long long way from being ready for real play. BUT you can see where they want to go with the game. These are some grand plans that they have. Right now, this is a workable demo, and no that is not a bad thing. Buying this game right now is supporting the further development of the game. Don’t buy it expecting a polished product. There are bugs, there are crashes and yes there are issues. If you are looking for a game to support this is a great one to get behind.
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43 of 62 people (69%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 5
While I understand this is a Early release, it's obvious this isn't even a working Alpha yet. A very, very long way to go. I bought this one because I was hoping for something a bit new and am still hoping it will be. What I find frustrating is that these games and now starting to get released before you can even play the game to any degree. This is one of those games.

The controls are almost all counterintuitive and confusing, if they work at all. Took me 5 minutes to figure out you have to hit left control to get off a horse. The inventory system is borked and unless it gets a major overhaul, will enf up being as bad as I've seen.

Again I have my fingers crossed this game progresses but right now I would not recommend anyone buys into it. In fact I've requested a refund and I'll instead monitor it from afar.
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26 of 36 people (72%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
1.0 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 4
Kinda torn here. Game is obviously early access and that gives it a pass on stuff. But there are some really basic things that are missing. For example no settings page on the home screen. Sometimes its nice to turn down render distance on games like this but you don't have that option. Second when you are in game there is no options tab. I spent a few minutes pressing every single button to see what they did. The concept seems cool and for early access I thought the graphics were decent, but just adding some basic things to help the user at the beginning would be great.

Also maybe a tutorial. Hope the devs don't abandon it. Gonna be one of those deals where if there is no movement in the next few weeks I would ask for your money back. 12 bucks for an active always improving game is reasonable, but a dead game......

We shall see.
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27 of 41 people (66%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 5
I really love games that are set in the Wild West and there aren't many good games in this setting, so I was really looking forward to play Frontier. But seriously, as much as you might love the setting, this is not something to be published, even in early access alpha and far from being enjoyable. The controls are horrible, the environment looks boring and every part of every animation of EVERYTHING in this game looks and feels clunky. Usually I'd keep this game and see if it evolves over time, but this short experience was so utterly devastating that I refunded it, because for me there is no hope that any game can evolve from this into something good and enjoyable. I'd highly recommend to watch some gameplay footage before purchasing it. Unfortunaly another EAA title that in my opinion will never become a finished product with enough qualitative content. I would love to see the devs prove me wrong, but I seriously doubt it.
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21 of 32 people (66%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
0.5 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 4
First thing I need to say here is that I bought this game willingly and knowing that it is in early access. Keep this in mind. These are simple observations for constructive use. Not pointless criticisms. I LOVE the concept of the game but in this current state it is obviously very raw. This is more of a first impression than a proper review.

To the developers; the "Quit" button does not work in the main menu. Click = nothing happens
Also, menu options only being outside of the game itself is not a good way to construct your interface. I have no real experience creating video games so I don't know how easy/difficult it would be to fix these things but these are just simple aspects that could end up making or breaking your game.

I have found even in the small amount of gameplay I've engaged with that there are many animals that will not attack or even run away when you shoot them. I eventually found my way into a valley after having spent some time gathering animal parts/rocks/trees etc. and ran into two wolves attacking a deer that was running in place. I killed one wolf and punched about 12 rounds into the other one, to no effect. The deer did not die either and there seemed to be a rather large hit barrier around all three of them, preventing me from getting too close to them.

As I mentioned above, I am aware this game is one day out of release. But I'd like to support you guys as much as possible in terms of reporting bugs/fixes/possible changes. And as you know, there will be a LOT of them.

I am very interested in the concept of this game and I have been hoping for a Red Dead Redemption-esque PC title for a long time. You have something here that has amazing potential. I sincerely hope this game gets to full release and contains everything you've proposed.

Will give a rating upon further releases.
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16 of 23 people (70%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
2.7 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: April 30
Don't buy this unless you're okay with having it sit in your library for a long time. This is pretty much Early Access at its... um... earliest? Consider yourself warned. I'm only recommending this because I love the concept, and there aren't many games in this setting.

It's also a game that highlights the flaws in the Steam review system. You don't want to give it a bad review this early, but giving it a thumbs up is a bit dishonest as well.

Anyway, it' s a thumbs up because I don't want to hurt the game's chances. It's a thumbs down because it's only playable in the loosest sense of the word.
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19 of 33 people (58%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
0.3 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 10
I tried to play this yesterday.

1st load just froze
2nd load i did alt tab it froze
3rd load yippee I am in. Rode a horse (shame you cannot move direct of the horse with your mouse) Shot a fox, brawled with a bear, stabby stab and its dead. But then a wolf joined in and killed me.

Controls felt rather clunky
Graphics I hope will get better.

Do I recomend this game? Only if you want to support the dev. Its really really Pre Alpha. Every aspect needs lots of work. Hopefully people will buy and the dev really will use the funds to create what can be a great game.

Its been a long time since their was a western sandbox game. Adding survival, building etc will be ace. Please dev no stupid future weapons. Please only use weapons we could find back then. Although adapting them like a 6 shooter upgrades to a 12 be cool. Tripple shotgun. etc.

Anyway please suppot this game i so want a great western.
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19 of 33 people (58%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
0.1 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 14
This seems to be the stepping stone to what I've always wanted; An open-world, dynamic, free-forming Western game. Stay diligent, dev.
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9 of 14 people (64%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: June 19
Wow. I don't even know where to start...

This is in such a sad state right now, at least in comparison to what a video game being sold to the public should be. This is really the sort of thing that should exist pre-Early Access. It's in such a simplistic, bumbling state that it's not really all that playable regardless of the continuous glitches.

Interactions prompts disappear, I ran through a hill and underneath the map, items don't do what they presumably should be doing, it looks bad (even for Early Access), the movement is nauseating, and I'm just not seeing much value as it is.

That all being said, it'll be awesome if something decent comes out of the development. Overall, this is just too early of a release, though.
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17 of 30 people (57%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
2.7 hrs on record
Early Access Review
Posted: March 5
This game is a western-survival type game at a very very very very very very alpha or I would say pre-alpha level. There is a lot of work to be done.

Game is limited in terms of weapons/tools (lever shotgun, knife/pickaxe, axe), crafting, only animal enemies and also the environment looks the same. You can mine rocks and cut trees. I had issues with wood not triggering in my inventory and could not craft some items that needed 3 wood when i actually had 8. There are bears, hogs, wolves, deers and bunnies. You can drink whisky and vision becomes blurry or maybe that was the marijuana tree. No story line and not much to do for now. If you are tight on cash maybe wait but if you like these games like me even if it goes nowhere you can always buy it. There is no multiplayer, no story and you cannot die from hunger but wolfs and bears can kill ya. You have a horse and you can leap like deers. There is no fall damage.

There is not much to do as you can see from this youtube video.
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2.1 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: September 23
i keep falling through the surface and have to delete the game and start all over and over and over
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0.1 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: September 12
It's a whole lot of nothing at this point. Save your money. Maybe some day?
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0.6 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: August 23
Got this game in a bundle for dirt cheap. I screwed around for a short time just getting all the achievments. I can say, I had fun. I really don't know much about how to actually play the game, what my goal is, or anything, other than screwing around getting meaningless goals completed to fuel my own ego. While playing this, I think i described it as VERY early access cowboy Skyrim.

TL:DR don't pay full price, at least not yet.
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0.3 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: August 6
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2.9 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: August 4
I really like where this game is going. Just about 3 hours in one evening and I found it somewhat addicting. I havent even started crafting my " home .... home on the range " yet, just extra flasks, loads of bullets, and of course exploring. I hope the devs keep working away at it, slow pace, fast, doesnt matter to me. If the game gets finished and polished up it'll be damn good.

Also, for being early access in Alpha state... I didnt encounter one bug or crash using my R9 270X Crossfire, and we all know how that can lead to issues..... Eh em Bethesda..

The hunting is a bit hokey, shouldn't take 4 rounds of .44 at close range to bring down a Stag... speaking of I wonder where the does are? lol Another issue is you can just keep harvesting the same marijuanna plant to continue levelling up until dooms day. I havent yet experiments with the effects of said happy weed, or the whikey I came arcoss and quickly tossed in my inventory. Sorry, its an old habbit going back to the 80's :P

So far I haven't met any other humans in game ( bot or not of course ) so I'll assume there isn't any yet. The terrain isn't quite right either,looking mostly like moss on MiracleGrow and in far too much abundance for a rustic western look. There really aren't hills either, they're like jagged outcroppings going very high at a steep angle.

None the less I find this a very enjoyable taste of whats to come ( I hope ). If the work continues I can see this game really making its own niche and pleasing those who enjoy the open world survival stuff.
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7.2 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: August 1
Don't buy! Radio silence on the forums for the last 2 weeks! Another title called ''The West'' under a different company called I.V.O just got greenlighted. Which is essentially the same game, except it is obvious it will never be a MP title. Devs are not explaining anything about this transition. I think there is nothing to look forward on this game besides getting scammed. And I would not trust these guys new company and new title either. If you buy this. You are getting scammed! DO NOT BUY!
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1.6 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: July 30
I'm no stranger to early access games, so I purchased this title knowing that it would be far from complete. That doesn't bother me. What does bother me is that I purchased it because it was one of the few survival games available for the Mac, and yet here it is, several months down the road, and I still have yet to be able to even open the game. The developer said that they were working on a fix when I bought the game, and they urged us Mac users to be patient. They took our money, paid in good faith of getting, if not a perfect product, at least one that functioned as it was designed to do. Now I see that they are still selling the game to Mac users, but they have removed the Mac system requirements from the Store page. That is an incredibly underhanded way to do business. Unfortunately, some Mac users have sought refunds from Steam and have been denied, and the devs have done nothing to rectify the situation. They may be a small team, but they have an obligation to those of us who have paid them money to deliver what they promised. I'm a patient person, but this is ridiculous.
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0.8 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: June 25
I understand this is in Early Access, but I have played better Indie games on the 360 that probably took a day to make. But if they worked on expanding the worlds and adding ALOT of stuff , this game would go places. But as it is, its a waste at $12.99. To sum it up, I would not recommend this game at this moment. Maybe in the future.
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13.6 hrs
Early Access Review
Posted: June 11
Its not a bad game to kill a few hours with but wished I wated to have the next update before trying it for the first time.
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