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Rocking Steam – and the Indiedevelopment Show!

A very happy update from the Greenlight front!

Greenlight top 100

Top 100 – whee!

If you didn’t vote for us yet, please take the second to click yes on Greenlight. We sure want to stay up there until Valve waves the the top 100 top 75 through.

We’re nearly there! It is not quite clear how much it means at the bottom-line (meaning for sales), especially since Valve seems to wave through a lot of titles. But we always had this as an important milestone for us. So: yay!

More positive news come from showing Caromble! last week at the Indiedevelopment event. We’ve made the list of Ten Best Games on the Dutch site gamer.nl. Other pages list us also in their picks – calling Caromble a beautiful game with addictive gameplay (translated the Dutch from gamecensor.nl).

To top this all off, here are some fresh screenshots of two levels that are the closest to the final look for the level design.





Indievelopment 2014

Yesterday (April the 7th) was Indievelopment in the Netherlands. A small conference in Utrecht with speakers like Paul Weir, Clemens Scott and Jonathan Blow. Apart from the great talks many dutch indie-games were showcased. You could play games like Metrico, Reus, Symmetrain and -of course- Caromble!
This wasn’t our first showcase, but it was the first time we had to build our own booth. This was our setup:
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It was great to hear all positive feedback and see people really enjoy our game. We would like to thank Indievelopment and all people involved for a great day!