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Submitted by mammothmanor 1049d ago | news

Reflections On A Valley Without Wind's Transformation From 1.0 to 1.1

Arcen Games: "Whew! It's been a busy month and a half since A Valley Without Wind 1.0 launched.

The release notes are available online in full, and I won't even attempt to summarize all that has happened during this period. Microsoft Word informs me that the release notes are about 48,500 words long (the equivalent of 194 pages of a novel). So, yeah. Lots and lots of words, more than anybody in their right mind wants to read.

The purpose of those release notes, of course, has been ongoing communication with our core community -- every few days (or sometimes multiple times in a day) as we added to those notes, they'd read and respond. This back-and-forth between us and the ever-growing community has been absolutely vital for the game." (A Valley Without Wind, MAC, PC)

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