Developers gave up on game?

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hondjuh
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Developers gave up on game?

Post by hondjuh » 22 October 2020, 20:07

Did the developers give up on this game? It's been in beta forever. There are numerous bugs reported and nothing has been adressed

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Varianor
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Re: Developers gave up on game?

Post by Varianor » 30 January 2021, 05:00

Came here to offer a thought for the developers. Met your post. :|

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Re: Developers gave up on game?

Post by Ryusan » 03 February 2021, 23:19

I hope not. I really enjoy the game. I hope if it gets out of beta, then it will finally have a player base because right now it's impossible to start a cooperative game because most of the players that still bother to play don't like to play coop mode...

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Re: Developers gave up on game?

Post by codehearted » 03 April 2021, 06:17

I have been a little lazy lately but I intend to take up the slack in development if BGA will let me, at least to get it out of Beta. I want to play Arena Room 25. I already fixed the bounty hunt bug associated with Room 25, only to confirm that it is already fixed in the code deployed on BGA. But there are plenty of other bugs to deal with. The question then is which codebase to use going forward, especially if the other developer is gone, since the BGA studio version is a later version. The Studio version *did* have the bounty hunt bug (the one where 12 jamming rooms show up), oddly enough, so I fixed it on the Studio codebase so it could move forward, but that leaves questions about the status of the code and what the differences are between the most released version on BGA and the BGA studio latest release.. suffice it to say, when work calms down a bit, I hope to get through all these issues.

I have gone through the code enough to be sure I can handle working through the bug list, it just may take some time before I can get to it. And I can be lazy at times even when work isn't taking a lot of time, which it has been recently. But don't give up. Even if the previous developer left, they did enough to inspire a new one.

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