Blueberry Garden Release Date

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20 Comments on “Blueberry Garden Release Date”

  1. Andreas Says:

    Oh, shit, awesome.

    I need money.

  2. Aje Says:

    Yeees, Finally! The fable naturalist goes out tomorrow ! Thank You, Svedang !


  3. […] not be for everyone. It all depends on how you interpret the experience as a whole. Fortunately, a demo is confirmed which will most likely appear at the same time as the full release, so if in doubt, definitely try […]


  4. […] not be for everyone. It all depends on how you interpret the experience as a whole. Fortunately, a demo is confirmed which will most likely appear at the same time as the full release, so if in doubt, definitely try […]

  5. mia Says:

    Det ska bli spännande! Hoppas massor av människor kommer att köpa underbara Blueberry Garden! En utställning med de vackra bilderna vore inte heller fel!
    Kram/MIA

  6. Cortout Says:

    Sugoï!
    Nice hearing that, It will be mine immediatly.

  7. Akbalder Says:

    Will there be a demo ?

  8. jamon Says:

    hello, I’ve just noticed this game in the 11th IGF web and i can’t wait to play it!!

    ps.: second ‘e’ on ‘blueberry’ isn’t filled… :P

  9. anon Says:

    > an account I can access from anywhere in the world that has internet access.

    I think that’s the part that turns off most people. While I don’t particularly dislike Steam, I do find the fact that you need an internet connection to play games quite annoying. There are other distributors like GamersGate where you download the game once and that’s it, it’s on your HD, no need for any third-party client to play the game.

    • Ryan Daniels Says:

      True, and I see what you are saying, but I assume then you would have to have some kind of invasive anti-piracy software. Online validation is much simpler and less invasive. Besides, once you log into steam once, you can go into offline mode.

      • boooo Says:

        Actually, whether there is “invasive anti-piracy software” is all up to the game developer, so far games I got from distrubtors like GamersGate and Stardock are basically DRM free. For GamersGate you download the installer and installs the game, that’s it. For Stardock, you need to use their client to install the game, but afterwards you can do whatever you want with the game, heck, I have Sins of a Solar Empire on a USB stick and have it with me so I could play it on any computers.

  10. salejemaster Says:

    so what $$$ are we talking for this game :P?

  11. Ryan Daniels Says:

    Exciting!!! I’ve been waiting since I first heard about it, when you were one of the IGF finalists.

    Also, @the above poster, I’m sorry, and no offense, but I have to ask, where do all you people come from? It seems whenever any developer decides to sell on steam, one or two crazy people come running in screaming like steam is some kind of nuclear bomb. I can’t fathom what your problem is. I have personally bought $500 worth of games on steam, and steam itself has never disappointed. In fact, if I could, I would never buy a hard copy or any other means of distributing software for the rest of my life, because the fact is, if you gave steam a chance, it is incredibly ideal.

    I have all my games centralized to one account, an account I can access from anywhere in the world that has internet access. On top of that, I can have all my gamer friends also attached to this account, so I can chat with them, join their games, or invite them to join mine. I can see what games they have played recently, I can see their stats on the games, I can even see who else is playing in the server they are in.

    Sorry for the wall of test, I just really like steam :P

    Also, if you think the developer loses money by selling on steam because they have to share their profits, I suggest you do some reading about darwinia; being sold on steam basically exposes indie devs to a huge ammount of gamers.

  12. Hawkey Says:

    Hopefully Blueberry will be offered also directly from you/your site :D
    I’d prefer to support the developers directly through buying their games with their conditions, e.g. DRM free, 95% of the money for the developers and so on… (besides I dislike Steam and Zeno Clash + Audiosurf are the exceptions, since I only could bought them there -_-)

  13. Anton Says:

    NAJS :)

    ^_^;

  14. salejemaster Says:

    woooooooooooooooop :)


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