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03abc

Active Member
Oct 3, 2017
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The only way to help someone with developing the game faster is to pledge on patreon. Icstor has 4000 and needs 2 months for a larger one.Veqvil probably doesnt have many employees if any.
Bullshit, i follow this game since beginning. I remember when he was still active here and has less than 50 patrons. He was talking often about that he want to do monthly or at least bi-monthly updates. Now he have 660 patrons which is pretty good. And guess what? absolutely nothing has changed since than, it is even worse, now we have 3-4 months between updates, and the amount of content in them is small. Supossedely he has some personal issues some time ago, but for me it looks like he have them all the time.
And the amount of money he have from patreon doesn't really mean anything.
Ever heard of Gumdrop? more than 8000 thousands $ monthly, around 9 months without update(i don't even count this christmas episode)
Eromancer - more than 5000 $ monthly, more than two years since last big update
A few more that i know, and probably lots of other examples about which i have no idea.
So as i said earlier, support from patreon doesn't mean anything, if someone finds excuses all the time.
 

Walg

May your day be filled with consensual sexts
Donor
Oct 5, 2018
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Bullshit, i follow this game since beginning. I remember when he was still active here and has less than 50 patrons. He was talking often about that he want to do monthly or at least bi-monthly updates. Now he have 660 patrons which is pretty good. And guess what? absolutely nothing has changed since than, it is even worse, now we have 3-4 months between updates, and the amount of content in them is small. Supossedely he has some personal issues some time ago, but for me it looks like he have them all the time.
And the amount of money he have from patreon doesn't really mean anything.
Ever heard of Gumdrop? more than 8000 thousands $ monthly, around 9 months without update(i don't even count this christmas episode)
Eromancer - more than 5000 $ monthly, more than two years since last big update
A few more that i know, and probably lots of other examples about which i have no idea.
So as i said earlier, support from patreon doesn't mean anything, if someone finds excuses all the time.
You're right. Having more patrons translates to having more cash and that's it. You would hope that the extra cash is put back into game development but that's not always the case. Work ethic and ability are two different things and you would hope that the cash helps with both but, again, not always the case.

That said, considering the change to a hybrid required a pretty big coding change and unless you work with Python on a daily basis, it's not an easy task. To be able to render, code and create a story line by yourself is quite difficult and if you're able to do all of them then becoming a dev would be an option wouldn't it? Until you've experienced that and understand how long it takes to create something like that, it's best to appreciate it's still being worked on.

Compared to other games, sure it's been a while but I'd encourage to all who think it's been very slow progression to try being a dev to understand the amount of time and effort required to create content.
 

Dreadder

Active Member
Nov 9, 2017
154
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To everyone insinuating things, @Vequil was never the one to rip people off by intentionally being slow with updates as some other authors have been known to. He did however mention having some personal issues when he published the previous version, if I recall correctly, so I hope he is doing ok.

He did post here he's working on a 0.8 about a month ago and on his Patreon page a few days ago, so let's give him some more time before we bring out the torches and pitchforks, shall we? It has only been a bit over 2 months since the last update after all.
 

modo200

New Member
Feb 5, 2018
6
3
To everyone insinuating things, @Vequil was never the one to rip people off by intentionally being slow with updates as some other authors have been known to. He did however mention having some personal issues when he published the previous version, if I recall correctly, so I hope he is doing ok.

He did post here he's working on a 0.8 about a month ago and on his Patreon page a few days ago, so let's give him some more time before we bring out the torches and pitchforks, shall we? It has only been a bit over 2 months since the last update after all.
Ameeen to that bro
 
Oct 2, 2018
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To everyone insinuating things, @Vequil was never the one to rip people off by intentionally being slow with updates as some other authors have been known to. He did however mention having some personal issues when he published the previous version, if I recall correctly, so I hope he is doing ok.
You mean like 3/4 of developers that did the exact same when they started being lazy fucks?
Yeah no.
 
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veqvil

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Game Developer
Oct 23, 2017
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You mean like 3/4 of developers that did the exact same when they started being lazy fucks?
Yeah no.
Agree, he totally just started to become a lazy fuck. Bet he is slacking all day.
What's really funny is that Veqvil didn't charge his patrons that month too! LOL
He must be stupid af, that's not how being lazy works.

You're right. Having more patrons translates to having more cash and that's it. You would hope that the extra cash is put back into game development but that's not always the case. Work ethic and ability are two different things and you would hope that the cash helps with both but, again, not always the case.

That said, considering the change to a hybrid required a pretty big coding change and unless you work with Python on a daily basis, it's not an easy task. To be able to render, code and create a story line by yourself is quite difficult and if you're able to do all of them then becoming a dev would be an option wouldn't it? Until you've experienced that and understand how long it takes to create something like that, it's best to appreciate it's still being worked on.

Compared to other games, sure it's been a while but I'd encourage to all who think it's been very slow progression to try being a dev to understand the amount of time and effort required to create content.
Damn, as a wanna-be-dev, a big thank you.
 
Dec 13, 2018
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Interesting game.... and it seems to be the only game that i have played were I got turned down/rejected by a sexy futa... Saying i wasn't her type and all... It was a surprise...Hopefully that turns around in the future :)
 

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4.50 star(s) 62 Votes